Teddy Bear Omelette

Pat Duran


This is another recipe from the Sweet Little Thang Dessert and Gift Shop- on line that is based in Phoenix, Arizona. After the strawberries I had to see the rest of the thangs they had available at the site and there are a lot of recipes to make on this shared site..this is just to cute to pass up and your children and grandchildren are going to love it!


★★★★★ 5 votes

as many as you want to make
Stove Top


  • 1
    recipe for plain omelet (blanket)
  • 1
    recipe for cooked brown rice (bear)
  • 1 pkg
    sausage links (body)
  • ·
    mozzarella cheese,optional for nose and in ears
  • ·
    cloves for nose and eyes
  • ·
    ketchup for heart

How to Make Teddy Bear Omelette


  1. Mold cooked warm rice into balls. 2 small balls for ears and 1 large ball for head for each omelet. You can also mold and arm if you like. For snout you can use either white rice or a small piece of mozzarella cheese.
  2. Cook sausage links. Once fully cooked, place sausage under Teddy Bear rice head.
    Cook omelet of choice. When done, gently lay on top of sausage up to the "neck" of bear. You can use a piece of the omelet for the pillow or make a mini pancake for the pillow.

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About Teddy Bear Omelette

Course/Dish: Eggs Meat Breakfast
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American

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