My best friend and interestingly next door neighbor- Mary has always been into fitness, eating clean and always staying fit. She has never taken alcohol, never smokes, rarely takes junk food  or cheats especially with her diet. Lets not forget “an identical replica of Jane Mukami”.  I on the other hand, am the total opposite of her -Mary, I eat almost anything sweet, savory, drink lots soda/juices, I enjoy a glass of white wine every day before bed and never exercise. Fitness is never on my radar -however, cooking keeps me on my toes and she is currently my food sampler.

She always complains that I tempt her to cheat {True fact} especially most of my cooking/recipes aren’t as healthy as I thought, but the only way to get her to sample,my food has to be a healthy dish. For the next one week, I got to challenge myself to try focus of healthy but sinfully delicious healthy recipes for both of us to enjoy, and also guide my readers to get to make a much healthier recipes for them an their families.

Making “Baked Egg muffins”.


Prep time: 5 mins  Bake time: 25 mins = 30 mins

yields: 6 pieces.



  • 5 Eggs
  • 1 diced tomato
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 1 diced carrot
  • Vegetable -sunflower oil


  • Salt + black pepper + chili flakes + coriander + garlic powder


  • Muffin tin + Oven + Pan


  1. Pre heat the oven – 350 ° F >180 ° C for 30 mins. Using a non stick pan on medium heat, add a dash of vegetable oil and saute the onions, tomatoes and carrots for 2 mins and season. Prep the eggs, place the eggs in a measuring cup, whisk and salt them.


2. Apply oil on the walls of the muffin tin, Evenly distribute the saute mix into the 6 cup sized muffin tin, then pour in the egg wash into each cup, and mix lightly.


3. Place in the oven and let it bake for 25 mins. You will notice it will start to rise and brown at the top. Once the timer goes off, set it aside on the rack and let it it cool for 10 mins.


The end result is a crazy high-powered egg hybrid thing that tastes like an omelette, looks like a muffin and is packed full of protein and delicious veggie nutrients. You can eat them hot or cold, for breakfast, lunch or dinner or as a post-workout snack.

They’re surprisingly filling too.


Bon appetite!!


Love and Love,


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Comments ( 3 )

  • kirigoh

    Very true!! if i was your next door neighbor i would cheat all day and just give up on my fitness journey. You’re food is just always on point, unfortunately the only time i get to read your blogs is when i am extremely hungry…still waiting on more healthier recipes from you.:)

    • Tastie Dine

      Hi Doll,
      Thank you for loving my food documentation, hoping you have subscribed. More such recipes coming soon.

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