About the Egg Endo Muffin Recipe

This recipe was developed by Rustic Supper with Peachtree Catering for our Heart of Health Exchange Mindful Meal Breakfast. Made with CBD oil, fresh thyme and paired with a personal aromatherapy diffuser with black pepper, bitter orange, and sage essential oils, these muffins are not only a delight to tastebuds — they are a delight to your endocannabinoid system!

These muffins are sweet and fluffy on the outside with an egg core, helping to fill you up and give you a boost of protein to take on the day!

When it comes to nutrition, eggs are a good source of:
  • HDL Cholesterol (the good cholesterol): HDL cholesterol helps remove excess cholesterol out of the cells

    • Cholesterol is essential for your body to produce vitamin D, digest fats, absorb nutrients

  • Protein: essential for building muscle and having energy

And yogurt is a great source of:
The thyme in this recipe has the relieving terpene caryophyllene, which is a powerful anti-inflammatory for the:
  • Brain: caryophyllene can reduce chemicals in the brain that cause stress and inflammation, helping to protect the brain

  • Digestive system: caryophyllene can reduce inflammation in the gut, supporting healthy digestion

The black pepper in the personal diffuser pairing at our Heart of Health Exchange also has caryophyllene, and the bitter orange is rich in the uplifting terpene limonene, a great complimentary terpene!

Egg inside a cannabis infused muffin styled with vaporizer and tincture with thyme and orange

Opportunities for Cannabinoid Infusion

If you'd like to enhance this recipe with cannabinoids, consider one of the suggestions below. When substituting or adding cannabis-infused products, be aware of how many mg of CBD (or, if you're in a legal state, THC) are in each portion of the recipe you are making. The standard dose of CBD is 15-30mg, but varies based on tolerance, reason for use, severity of condition, etc. We recommend starting low and going slow; click here to learn more about dosing) and be sure to read our CBD Safety article and talk to your doctor before incorporating new cannabinoids into your routine.

How to add cannabinoids to your Egg Endo Muffin

Ingredients (6 servings)

  • 2 c. all purpose flour

  • 1/2 c. sugar

  • 1 tbsp. baking powder

  • 1 tsp. salt

  • 1/2 tsp. baking soda

  • 1/2 c. shredded provel cheese

  • 1 c. plain yogurt

  • 2 eggs (beaten)

  • 1/4 c. MCT oil

  • 6 whole eggs (in shell for hard-boiling; see directions)

  • 1 tbsp. fresh thyme (chopped)

Directions

To Make Hard-Boiled Eggs:
  1. Place whole eggs in a saucepan and cover with water

  2. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Once water boils, immediately turn off heat and cover pan for 5 minutes

  3. Immediately place eggs in an ice bath to cool for another 5 minutes

  4. Gently peel eggs and reserve at room temperature for later use

For the muffins:
  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees, grease 6 large muffin cups/pan

  2. Mix flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and baking soda together in a mixing bowl

  3. Fold in cheese, yogurt, beaten eggs, thyme, and CBD oil. Continue to fold only until the mixture is well combined

  4. Spoon enough batter to fill 1/4 of each muffin cup

  5. Place 1 hard-boiled egg into the center of each muffin cup, ensuring that the larger end of the egg is at the bottom

  6. Spoon batter into each muffin cup, filling around the egg so that it is completely covered and centered

  7. Bake for 18 minutes, and remove from the oven to a cooling rack

  8. Sere as soon as the muffins can be removed easily from the muffin cups/pan

    Best served warm!

Kristen Williams
Tags: Meals