Here is a fun and tasty recipe for Paleo Breakfast Porky Cups. With only a few simple ingredients, this is perfect, quick and one of my easy paleo recipes to try out. These may be great to make in the morning before work and school to give that boost of energy and protein. A twist on the classic bacon and eggs breakfast, this is sure to be a house favorite!
This recipe will make a total of 6 cups for you to share or save for later. To all my paleo athletes out there, eating one of these before a workout or game can be a great way to start the day. This recipe is both gluten-free and paleo, and darn right perfect to eat! I love to make them in the morning, and I have experimented with different spices to add a variety of flavors!
Work your magic and have a blast. This is a recipe that you can personalize and make to be the perfect dish for you! Remember, eggs can be good any time of day. Whether it be a paleo breakfast, or a mid-day snack, these guys will give you what you need. If you do not have sliced pork sides, then use your own bacon. NO PROBLEM! Enjoy!Print
Here is a fun and tasty recipe for Paleo Breakfast Porky Cups. With only a few simple ingredients, this is perfect, quick and one of my easy paleo recipes to try out.
10–12 slices sliced pork sides or bacon
Salt and pepper to taste
Ghee, grass-fed butter, or coconut oil to grease muffin tins
Spices: any chipotle and garlic salt are delicious
OPTIONAL: grass-fed sheep or goat cheese
4 slices paleo bread or rolls (optional)
Preheat oven to 350 F.
Oil the muffin tins.
Fry up sliced and spiced up pork sides until still pliable/bendable. I used one flavor spice per side.
Drain and blot on paper towel.
Chop up one piece of the pork (for topping)
Place your paleo bread or pork of choice to line the bottom of you muffin tin bottom. I used my paleo bread.
Line the sides with a full slice of your choice of pork. It will move inward until the egg lands (next step)
Gently crack open an egg directly into the muffin tin.
Add cheese if desired.
Salt and pepper as desired or use seasonings of choice.
Add some chopped pork to top each egg.
Bake 20-25 minutes until done to your preference of eggs. Some like it wetter and runny, some do not.
Remove tins from oven and let sit a 1-2 minutes.
Remove from tins and serve.
These are excellent reheated the next day as well.
You can add scallions, chopped broccoli etc. The ideas are pretty limitless.
If you have any questions or suggestions just email me at Tina (at) Paleomazing.com.