Combine all the ingredients into a bowl and whisk.
Divide the egg mixture into four mason jars or mugs and microwave on high for up to 2 minutes each. Start with 30 seconds and stir. Continue to do small increments until eggs are done. Don't overcook. The jar will heat up and keep the eggs cooking long after you remove from the microwave. You may not need the full two minutes.
Avoid Overcooking: Don't cook for two minutes straight without stirring and checking every 15-30 seconds. Each microwave is calibrated differently so it's best to figure out what works for yours personally. Substitutions: You can substitute the sausage for any other cooked sausage of your choice or leave it out all together. Substitute another cheese of your choice. I like to top mine with green onions for extra flavor. Double Recipe: Just make sure you are cooking in a big enough container. Cook in 20-30 second increments as it will cook fast and remember the glass containers are hot and help to keep the eggs cooking. Storage: Only keep them for a maximum of four days. The eggs have been exposed and to maintain freshness, it is best to stay at four days and under.