Omelette in muffin tin is a perfect breakfast dish that can enlighten your day. The recipe requires minimum effort and it is loaded with delicious ingredients. Besides the delightful taste, this omelet also contains rich protein. Everything you want is in this recipe: delicious but still simple and packed with important nutrients for your body. So, let’s start making this ultimate breakfast food.
- 8 to 12 eggs, choose the large ones
- ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
- 2 oz cheddar, shredded
- 3 tablespoon bell pepper, chopped in dice
- 3 tablespoon onion, chopped in dice
- 3 tablespoon tomatoes, chopped in dice
- 3 tablespoon frozen spinach, thawed and dried it later
- 3 up to 4 strips of bacon, slice it and create square shape
- Black pepper
- Oil or cooking pray to prevent stickiness
- Preheat your oven until it reaches 400°F.
- Grease the muffin pan with appropriate amount of cooking oil. To make healthy omelette muffins, you can go with vegetable oil. Or, if you want to keep it simple, then cooking spray is the best choice for you.
- Crack all the eggs and place it in a large bowl. Whisk it well until it is well blended.
- Add some salt and black pepper to the egg mixture, and then whisk it again.
- Add the chopped bell pepper, onion, tomatoes, bacon, and spinach. Be careful; stir it gently so the additional ingredients will not be broken.
- This recipe will ended up as an omelette muffin with bacon, but surely you can change to other meats like beef or chicken.
- Using a large spoon, divide the mixture and fill in the muffin pan. Distribute the ingredients well to avoid uneven shape and amount.
- Bake the omelette in muffin tin for about 20 minutes until it perfectly set.
- Enjoy your warm and squishy omelette.
One good thing about this recipe is that it can be stored in a freezer for more than three days. Some reports say this omelette in muffin tin can survive for a week and it still tastes great. So, how do we preserve this masterpiece?
The first thing you should do is making the omelette completely cool after it was baked. When the omellete is not hot anymore, put them on a zipper bag and seal it. Put the bag on a freezer and you are done.
If you want to eat the omelet, then just simply open the zipper bag and put the omellete in an oven for thirty up to forty five seconds. The freezing process will not alter the omelette taste, so you don’t have to worry. It is still creamy and soft.
Want to level up the cooking process? Then let your other family members to put their favorite toppings. Some will choose loads of cheese while others may go for sausage toppings. Let them choose and your job is to bake them all. A personalized and co-working process in making omelette in muffin tin will strengthen the bound between family members.