BBQ Breakfast Muffins

Welcome to 2013! Let this be the year that you achieve your fitness and weight goals! Let this be the year of YES I can!! As you already know, the Paleo way of life goes hand in hand with Crossfit so what better way to start the year than to combine the two!

An old school friend of mine achieved amazing things in 2012 and now runs her own Crossfit gym in Dubai called Reebok Crossfit Lifespark  If you are lucky enough to be in Dubai and are keen to get started on your total life fitness then you MUST check out her gym:


reebok crossfit lifrspark

Or find them on facebook at Reebok Crossfit Lifespark

We’re going to try and incorporate some bachelor-friendly recipes this month and keep it simple so you don’t get discouraged.

Today I made some Left-over BBQ breakfast muffins. As you can guess we had a BBQ last night and this was a perfect way to use up left over mystery meat!

They are super simple and keep in the fridge as an instant snack for later.

tomato salad


  • Any leftover meat – we had sausages (the good expensive ones not cheap flour-filled ones) and beef kebabs left but anything goes in the recipe.
  • Left over tomato salad (the tomatoes had been soaking in balsamic vinegar and onions over night but fresh ones work too)
  • 3 fresh button mushrooms
  • 6 eggs
  • 2 Tbsp water
  • 3 Tbsp Almond flour
  • Ground black pepper to taste

A 6 piece muffin tin is required for this dish.

Cooking Method:

Preheat the over to 200 Deg C. Chop your left over meat into small pieces and sprinkle into the muffin tin with the leftover (or fresh) tomatoes, mushrooms and onion. bbq muffins1

Place in the oven (no oil required as the meat has enough juice) for 15 mins to cook through. Meanwhile whisk up 6 eggs, with about 2 Tbsp of room temperature water until its a little fluffy. Mix in your black pepper and 3 Tbsp of almond flour. The almond flour is optional, I feel it gives the muffin more of a bready/muffin light texture rather then just a regular frittata. Remove the pan from the oven and pour the eggy mixture into each muffin tin.

bbq muffins before

Place in the oven for 15-20 mins until they have risen and started to turn golden.

These are great straight from the oven or refrigerated the next day 🙂

finished bbq muffins

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