These are so easy and so cute that you can make them every day of the week if you want. Which is great if you are making them for picky kids who will eat anything cute!
You can add cheese, herbs, hot sauce to these. You can scramble them up and create an omelet. You can even put a little piece of bread on the bottom and you’ll have your toast too. The possibilities are endless, but here is the foundation of how you get to that point.
1 strip of bacon, use regular because thin cut will fall apart
Pre-heat oven to 350 F. Lightly spray your muffin pan with cooking spray. Cut your slice of bacon in half. Take the first half and lay the bacon across the middle. Take the second half and wrap it around the inside of the muffin tin. Cook for 6 minutes, until slightly crispy.
Crack your egg into the center of your bacon. If the bacon has slid, just gently tap it back into place. Cook your egg for about 12 minutes, egg yoke just past runny. Gently use the edge of a knife and go around the edge of the muffin pan. The egg and bacon will neatly pop out. Season your egg as you normally would and enjoy!