One year I went muffin-tin crazy: muffin-tin omelettes, muffin-tin pizzas, muffin-tin chicken pot pie, muffin-tin shepherd's pie. . . .
For brunch with Ryan and Casey, her brother, and her brother's bestie, I made a topping bar so everyone could choose whatever they wanted in their omelette. I beat the eggs the night before so all we had to do was pour the eggs over the fillings. (MAKE SURE THE PAN IS GREASED WELL!)
1 cup of milk
salt and pepper
Whatever veggies, meats, cheeses, etc!
~ Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
~ Grease or spray muffin tin.
~ Have guests create their omelette.
~ Pour eggs mixture till ALMOST full (but they will puff up!)
~ Bake for 25 minutes till eggs are set.