Whole 30 Approved Egg Cup

The first time that I followed the Whole 30 program I was working full-time, and my number one worry was completing the program; mainly because of how busy I was as a working professional. What ended up working for me and ultimately helped me in completing two successful Whole 30 programs was meal prep and creating and finding recipes that were made for people on the go. My number one favorite Whole 30 recipe that I swear by (and still make for my Husband and I all the time) is the Whole 30-approved egg cups! If you have been following my social media channels you should already know about these cups; I have made them a few times to show my readers how easy they are to make. What I also love about this recipe is that you can eat the eggs fresh, almost immediately and then save the rest for the next week in a Tupperware. You also can take these on the go and heat them at work or eat them in the car. They literally are my Whole 30 staple and I am so excited to be sharing it with you today!  So, enough talk and to the recipe; here is my Whole 30 Approved Egg Cup!

Whole 30 Approved Egg Cups

Servings: Make a Dozen Egg Cups

Time: 30 Minutes (10 Minute Prep time and 20 Minute Cook Time)


  • A Dozen Eggs
  • Whole 30-approved Prosciutto (I get mine at Aldis – 1 package will do.)
  • Coconut oil to grease the muffin pan
  • 1 Avocado
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Cayenne (Optional – if you want to add that spicy kick to it.)


  • Preheat the oven to 350 degree F.
  • Grease the muffin pan with coconut oil. This is so important because the prosciutto will stick to it if you do not.
  • Rip the prosciutto apart and place it around each muffin tin. You do not need to fill the entire muffin tin, just enough to give it shape.
  • Cut the avocado and place a couple bits down in each muffin tin.
  • Crack an egg in every muffin tin.
  • Season with preferred seasonings.
  • Cook for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes make sure that the egg whites are not runny. Depending on your stove, you may need to cook longer.
  • Let cool and take a knife and cut around each muffin tin. They should pop out easily.
  • Serve and enjoy!

“If you keep good food in your fridge, you will eat good food.” – Unknown

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