You'll love these easy, healthy egg muffins, loaded with veggies,  fresh herbs, and Mediterranean favorites! These are low-carb and gluten free breakfast egg muffins that you can prepare ahead for the perfect on-the-go breakfast any day of the week. And what a great way to use any veggies or leftover meats you might have (I used rotisserie chicken this time.) 

For brunch, I like to serve these with some sides and salads. Lots of ideas and tips in this post.  And be sure to watch the video for how to make these healthy egg muffins (below.) 

Close up side shot Mediterranean egg muffins

One thing I'm thankful for is that my family is pretty big on savory breakfasts. They've never been into sugar-laden cereals etc.

If it's a leisurely weekend morning, you can bet we'll be doing shakshuka (or green shakshuka); a fritatta with feta and spinach or smoked salmon and egg whites; or even a big Mediterranean brunch board with falafel and all sorts of other favorites.

I know weekday mornings are far busier, and for our family, this is especially true during the school year. But, I've found a way to still make a great wholesome breakfast that works for any night of the week...

Enter: Egg Muffins

I promise you, once you make these, you will not be skipping breakfast anymore!

Why these Healthy Egg Muffins work?

There is so much I love about these breakfast egg muffins. Breakfast egg muffins are the perfect on-the-go breakfast because you can make them ahead and store them individually for later use throughout the week (I'll tell you how in a bit.)

Egg muffins are perfectly savory and very filling (if you have a sweet tooth, though, check out our on-the-go Healthy Blueberry Muffins!). I load mine up with veggies and whatever meat I might have on hand. This time, for example, I made them using a bit of leftover rotisserie chicken. What else? They are...

  • Healthy egg muffins
  • Low-carb
  • Gluten free
  • And they're so easy to make!

Baked Mediterranean Egg Muffins in muffin pan

What you need to Make these Egg Muffins

To make this egg muffin recipe, you will need a 12-cup muffin pan or 12 individual muffin pans, lightly oiled with olive oil. From there, only three main steps really:

1) Prepare some chopped vegetables and meat; portion those into the lightly oiled muffin cups, filling the cups about ⅔ of the way.

2) Whisk the eggs with salt, pepper, and spices of your choice, then pour over the veggies.

3) Bake in heated oven for about 25 minutes until the eggs are set.

To assemble egg muffins. Place vegetables and chicken in the muffin cups. Whisk eggs with spices and add on top.

Change up Your Healthy Egg Muffins (Variations) 

I think of these egg muffins like mini frittatas. And as far as what goes in them, the possibilities are endless.

In this egg muffin recipe, I chose to use what I have on hand: chopped bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, and shallots. Shredded leftover rotisserie chicken goes in (use any cooked meat you have on hand, or leave it meatless.) Then some Mediterranean flavor makers like olives, a sprinkle of feta, and fresh parsley.

You can use any vegetables you have on hand. And if you decide to use harder vegetables like carrots or broccoli, saute or cook them first and let them cool before using.

A couple good combinations: mushrooms, garlic, spinach, and feta. Or, Tomato, mozzarella, prosciutto bits, and fresh basil. You get the idea, whatever your favorite combination of flavors will likely work.

Mediterranean breakfast egg muffins served with tomatoes and feta

Serve them for Brunch!

Just like my easy oven baked eggs recipe, these egg muffins are great for a simple brunch. I love to add a couple of salad options. A savory wholesome balela salad or this Greek salad, for example. And this bright Mediterranean orange pomegranate salad. If you want to complete the Mediterranean fare, I say add a bread option with hummus or baba ganoush.

Egg Muffins Meal Prep and Heating

But if you're after a good grab-n-go breakfast, you can totally prepare these egg muffins ahead. Once you bake the egg muffins.  Let the egg muffins cool completely, then carefully pop them out and store in a glass container with a tight lid, or a ziptop bag. Store in the fridge for up to 3 days. Or, you can individually wrap and freeze them for up to 2 months.

Can these egg muffins be reheated? I typically eat these at room temperature, but they can be heated.  Two ways: 1) if you're using microwave, set the power to low (like 3 out of 10) and heat for a very brief time; try 20 seconds and see. 2) If heating from frozen, you can wrap individual egg muffins in foil (not too tightly) and heat in the oven at 300 degrees F until warmed through (check at 10 minutes and go from there.) Either way you choose, watch that you do not overheat the egg muffins.

Watch the video for How to Make Egg Muffins: 

More Recipes to Try:

Spanakopita Egg Muffins

Easy Breakfast Stuffed Peppers

Zucchini Baked Omelet

Baked Zucchini Sticks with Thyme and Parmesan

Greek Chicken and Potato Dinner

Mediterranean Bean Soup with Tomato Pesto



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Mediterranean breakfast egg muffins served with tomatoes and feta

Mediterranean Breakfast Egg Muffins

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Easy and healthy breakfast egg muffins. These low-carb, freezer friendly egg muffins make a great breakfast on the go! Also perfect for your next brunch, serve along with salad and other Mediterranean favorites (see notes for ideas!)


  • Extra virgin olive oil for brushing
  • 1 small red bell pepper, chopped (about ¾ cup)
  • 12 cherry tomatoes, halved
  • 1 shallot, finely chopped
  • 6 to 10 pitted kalamata olives, chopped
  • 3 to 4 oz/113 g cooked chicken or turkey, boneless, shredded
  • 1 oz/ 28. 34 g (about ½ cup) chopped fresh parsley leaves
  • Handful crumbled feta to your liking
  • 8 large eggs
  • Salt and Pepper
  • ½ tsp Spanish paprika
  • ¼ tsp ground turmeric (optional)


  1. Place a rack in the center of your oven and preheat to 350 degrees F.
  2. Prepare a 12-cup muffin pan like this one (or 12 individual muffin cups). Brush with extra virgin olive oil.
  3. Divide the peppers, tomatoes, shallots, olives, chicken (or turkey), parsley, and crumbled feta among the 12 cups (they should come up to about ⅔ of the way full.)
  4. In a large measuring cup or a mixing bowl, add eggs, salt, pepper, and spices. Whisk well to combine.
  5. Pour the egg mixture carefully over each cup, leaving a little room at the top (should be about ¾ of the way or so.)
  6. Place muffin pan or muffin cups on top of a sheet pan (to help catch any spills). Bake in heated oven for about 25 minutes or until the egg muffins are set.
  7. Let cool for a few minutes, then run a small butter knife around the edges of each muffin to loosen. Remove from pan and serve!


  • Pro Tip: What to serve along for brunch. If you plan to serve these egg muffins as part of brunch, add a couple of salads like Greek salad, or balela salad and this Mediterranean orange and pomegranate salad. I also like to add a bread option and some roasted garlic hummus or baba ganoush to complete the Mediterranean fare.
  • Pro-tip: Meal Prep.  These egg muffins are great to make ahead and enjoy for breakfast-on-the-go. Let the egg muffins cool completely, then carefully pop them out and store in a glass container with a tight lid, or a ziptop bag. Store in the fridge for up to 3 days. Or, you can individually wrap and freeze them for 2 months.
  • Pro-tip: This recipe is incredibly flexible.  You can feel free to swap out the veggies or herbs to your liking. If you want to use firmer vegetables like carrots or broccoli for example, you might try cooking them first, then let them cool before using in the recipe. Some fun ingredient combinations: mushrooms, garlic, spinach, and feta. Or, tomato, mozzarella, basil, and prosciutto bits.
  • Used in this Recipe: Private Reserve Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oil (from organically grown and processed Koroneiki olives); Spanish Paprika; and Organic Turmeric. Visit our store. 
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 25 mins
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean

*This post was recently updated with new information and media for readers' benefit. Enjoy!

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I'm Suzy; born and bred right on the shores of the Mediterranean. I'm all about easy, healthy recipes with big Mediterranean flavors. Three values guide my cooking: eat with the seasons; use whole foods; and above all, share! So happy you're here...
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  1. Kate says:

    So easy and full of flavor! Love all of your recipes!

  2. Mary says:

    I love your recipes. Many in my family are vegetarians and your different options are terrific!

    1. TMD Team says:

      We love to hear that, Mary! Thank you!

  3. kathy says:

    I tripled this recipe to take to a baby shower however used cupcake liners instead. They stuck horribly to the paper! Yikes. I also did not add chicken to make these vegetarian. Still...they were tasty but not that pretty!

    1. Susan says:

      Try using parchment baking cups instead of paper. The egg muffins don't stick to the parchment.

  4. Dan says:

    They taste amazing. Can't wait to try out some different meats and veggies.

    One note though, the EVOO did nothing to keep my muffin pan clean. I will use cupcake parchment from here on. After a night soak the pan was still a wreck. I had to dig out my drill and an automotive wheel cleaner attachment to clean out my pan. Hardcore mess.

  5. Cherie says:

    I decided to forgo the meat as I like my day more vegetarian forward. I used a Meditteranean herb Feta. Let's see how they taste when done!

    1. TMD Team says:

      Hope you loved it, Cherie!

  6. Debi says:

    I made these for my coworkers & they were a big hit! This recipe can be tweaked to suit your craving. I substituted the feta cheese for Colby jack & used crumble sausage for the protein. Sorry, no olives.
    They were so tasty & filling.
    I highly recommend this recipe!