Omelet Muffins



After the start of the new year there where many areas I have been looking to improve myself. One was what I was eating for breakfast. Most of us that are rushing out of the house in the morning usually grab something prepackaged or if not skip the most important meal of the day totally! I stumbled on to this recipe for something I have no name for. Every website I found them on called them something different so I will just call them "Omelet muffins". That name suits them the best to me.

Essentially what they are, are mini omelets baked in the oven in a muffin pan. These are so simple to make but I know what you are thinking. "I don't have time to bake in the morning!". That is not what I am suggesting. What you do is you make one or two for every morning that you are in a hurry, like when you go to work or school. You make them all Sunday night and simply wrap them up and keep them in the refrigerator all week and just grab one and microwave it in the morning. If you are totally against using the microwave pop them in a toaster oven and they will come out like the day you made them. Below I will list the ingredients and how to make them, but what you put in them can be your call. I usually put ham, bacon, kale, spinach, onions, bell peppers, tomato, and cheese on top but you can make them however you want. In fact you can make them all different so you can have a little variety every morning if you would like. What ever you do, let this motivate you to eat more healthy and stay away from prepackaged breakfast bars.



Ingredients:

6 eggs (one per muffin tin)
3 slices of cooked bacon
1/4 tomato
1/8 green bell pepper
1/4 onion
1/2 hand full of spinach chopped
1/2 hand full kale chopped
1 hand full ham chopped
1 pinch of grated cheese per egg











Directions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Add eggs to a bowl. Beat together.
Grease muffin pan
Sprinkle ingredients into all 6 muffin slots
Pour mixture evenly into muffin cups, so they’re about 3/4 full.
Sprinkle cheese on top last
Cook for approximately 25 to 30 minutes or until egg is set.