I slather my muffin pan in bacon grease & have never had stuck egg muffins either. Not sure how the flavor would work if you're doing sweet v. savory egg muffins though...
I was just thinking about making a homemade strawberry ice cream, and wondering if the vanilla and natural sweetness of the strawberries would make it sweet enough without adding sugar.
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Last night I was craving ice cream and took some frozen mixed berries and heavy cream, used the stick blender and whir whir whir and got this fantastic fruity desserty stuff that tasted like sherbert. Just fruit and cream and it was plenty sweet for me.
An ice cream with only strawberries as the sweet component would be much less sweet than what people are used to, so it's a matter of personal taste. I would think it's worth a try. Other fruit like peaches might have higher natural sugar content if a berry ice cream doesn't quite taste sweet enough.
Digging through abandoned lunches at work in the back of the fridge. Only things I find marginally edible (that were ever edible to begin with) are cheese sticks and fruit. All the yogurt is non-fat, there's little packets filled with grain shapes, some candy and soda, weird drinks that are designed to do who-knows-what to your body (Beyond energy drinks. Stuff with names that make you think it is designed to make you better somehow, but it's just green dye and HFCS). Darn it, people, you need to start abandoning real food for me, not this fake stuff.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.