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Gluten Free Sweet Potato & Sausage Egg Cups Recipe are a quick, on-the-go breakfast that everyone will love. They’re great for busy commutes!
Has anyone else counted down how many weeks we have left till summer? Our household is counting down!
Of course, a few weeks into the summer, I’ll admit, I secretly start counting down until school starts back up again; however, I could definitely use a break.
We have been so busy lately that just about everything, especially mealtime has been put on the backburner. I decided to whip up a batch of these Sweet Potato & Sausage Egg Cups to at least get ahead on breakfast.
Not only have our weeks been full of activity, but we have been getting to bed so much later than normal, that we end up running late in the morning too.
It’s a vicious cycle, which I am beyond ready to get off. Luckily, by spring break, which is closer than summer, we should be nearly off that crazy cycle and hopefully back to a much more doable pace.
In the meantime, I have been doing a lot of prep ahead meals to keep us from eating out every single day. I have decided I need to remind myself that next year over Christmas break, we really need to do a freezer meal prep day to avoid this chaos come January.
For us, it’s typically busy because of basketball season. Thankfully, it doesn’t last more than two months, so we are back to normal relatively quickly, but those two months are quite a rush when it comes to getting food on the table.
One of my favorite ways to eat breakfast is these Sweet Potato & Sausage Egg Cups. I am not a huge fan of just plain eggs, so I like to add to them.
I can make these cups on Sunday and then warm them up throughout the week.
I make these by preparing the sausage, then cooking the sweet potatoes, peppers, and onion separately. Once I have all my ingredients ready, I simply fill them in sprayed muffin tins and top them with some whisk eggs.
They only take about 10 minutes in the oven to bake. It’s best to use a spatula to carefully remove them.
Then, I simply store them in an airtight container and save them in the fridge for the week.
My entire family loves these; we actually make them a variety of ways. We also like to use hash browns instead of sweet potatoes at times too.
Have you egg cups before? It’s time to enjoy some gluten free sweet potato & sausage egg cups! Pair them with this Gluten Free Turkey Sausage Gravy!