Vegetarian Breakfast Cups

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This vegetarian breakfast cups recipe is the perfect easy breakfast for busy families. It’s also a great vegetarian breakfast for those of us who are under dietary restrictions during Lent.


I try to include more vegetarian recipes into our weekly meal planning. It’s easier for kids to enjoy eating their vegetables if they are more exposed to them and it’s a healthier lifestyle for all of us. We usually do meatless Mondays and then during Lent, we also do meatless Fridays. Over the years, we grew tired of standbys like spaghetti and pizza, so we started getting more creative in the kitchen. We started incorporating more vegetables and beans into our meals. Surprisingly, the kids were open to trying new things. This has helped so much and now we are having more fun with our meals. Thankfully, there are also lots of products available in stores from MorningStar Farms® that help us create delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner! We also love the Spicy Black Bean burgers. I can have them for lunch or a quick dinner. Meatless days have never been easier.



Mornings are the craziest time for us. Five people rushing around the house getting ready for work and school is never easy. I also make sure no one leaves the house without having breakfast. I am a stickler for breakfast. It’s just so important. These vegetarian breakfast cups are an easy option. They are chock full of veggies and are made baked so they can be baking in the oven while everyone is getting ready. These vegetarian breakfast cups are also an excellent way to use up any extra veggies you might have in the refrigerator. It is also made with ingredients I always have: eggs potatoes, vegetables and MorningStar Farms® Original Sausage Patties. MorningStar Farms® Original sausage Patties give the breakfast cups a meaty taste without using any actual sausage. They really taste like actual sausage. My kids can’t tell the difference.


Vegetarian Breakfast Cups

Makes 6

Total Time: 30 minutes


3 large eggs

1 medium potato, diced

2 MorningStar Farms® Original Sausage Patties, chopped

1/4 chopped veggies, your choice (I used carrots, broccoli, red peppers and onions)

salt and pepper to taste


Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease muffin tin. Chop potatoes, sausage and veggies.


Add ingredients to muffin tin. First, add potatoes, then veggies, then sausage.


Mix eggs in a bowl and then pour slowly into muffin cups. Do not overfill.


Transfer to oven and bake for about 20 minutes. Once springy to the touch, remove from oven and let sit for about 5 minutes. Serve warm.


That’s it. I told you they were easy.


These vegetarian breakfast cups are an easy breakfast on the go! They have everything you need to get your day started right.

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1 Comment

  1. Jesenia | | Reply

    Easy breakfast options are a busy parent’s best friend. Thanks for sharing! ~ client

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