Paleo Omelet Muffins Recipe
These paleo-style, muffin-shaped omelets with meat and vegetables are easy to make and easily adaptable.
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What an awesome idea! I love making omelettes but never once thought to try baking them in muffin cups. I'm not technically doing Paleo, just looking for healthier ideas and tips and this certainly qualifies. However, I had to add just a little feta cheese, herbs (you have to have tarragon with eggs), used chicken instead of ham as that's what I had on hand, and added some diced mushrooms. This is ultra versatile and you can use any omelette recipe and alter it for this baking technique. It's sort of like an omelette meets fritatta in a muffin cup.
I added chopped fresh spinach and made them in a mini-muffin pan. Delish!
Great! I sautéed green pepper, onion, mushroom and yellow squash and left out meat and salt. Baked in mini muffin tins for 15 minutes.
This recipe gives you the basics to create any sort of breakfast muffin you want -- 2 cups veggies, 1 cup protein, 8 eggs. I don't know why this recipe includes water - completely unnecessary when I made them. I like chopped spinach in mine. Next time, I'm going to put fresh spinace in the paper liners, and then pour in the muffin mix instead of mixing the spinach in with everything else...
I thought this was pretty good for a quick on the go breakfast. I used the muffin liners but it did stick so suggest spraying them as well. I agree that the addition of some cheddar cheese is a good one. I like that it is so versitle (will try bacon next time as I am not a fan of ham and egg). I followed directions as is.
Whip up a batch of these omelet muffins for a week's worth of breakfasts, packed with spinach, bell pepper, turkey sausage, chives, and cheese.
Packed with eggs, kale, broccoli, and cheese, these muffins are a quick and easy breakfast; for a paleo version, simply skip the cheese.