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This looks fabulous - and I love the idea of a muffin and hard-boiled egg. Great idea! How long do these muffins keep, i.e. can I make a week's worth at one time?

I make about 12 at a time, keep them in a gallon ziploc bag and I've never had one go bad! They also freeze well, just make a double or triple recipe, let cool, then store in gallon ziploc bags in the freezer. Thaw in the microwave or naturally.

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