Brunch OR Lunch Baby "OMELET MUFFINS"

Debra Hughes


Great for light meals, to go meals, kids sleep overs, or packed in Hubby's lunch pail. Super great eating

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What a cute way to serve an omelet! They're great for a brunch or to grab for an on-the-go breakfast. I used sausage in the omelet this time, but can't wait to try other meats! And I loved adding the peppers. It gave the muffins a slightly sweet taste. Just delicious! The Test Kitchen

★★★★★ 3 votes
30 Min
20 Min


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eggs- whisked till fluffy
1 1/2 c
your choice: minced- ham, bacon, sausage, hamburger
1/2 c
each: onions, both green and red/yellow
1/4 c
bell pepper- green & red
salt, pepper & season salt
1/2 c
half & half
1/8 c
cheddar cheese- grated fine

How to Make Brunch OR Lunch Baby "OMELET MUFFINS"


  • 1Brown Meat and onions in skillet, till tender. Drain and set aside till cooled off.
  • 2whisk eggs until fluffy, adding half & half. mix all other ingredients and set in refrigerator over night ( covered )
  • 3Use a cupcake baking pan , heavily buttered cupcake hole. Ladle into holes and bake, add tiny amount of shredded cheddar cheese on tops before baking
  • 4Oven @ 375 - for 20 minutes , or until light golden

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