What’s cuter than an individual omelet? One that you can make and freeze ahead of time! These little omelets take a little work on one day to give you the ease of having a homemade omelet ready to thaw and heat in the microwave in minutes! Mine actually never made it to the freezer, so just so you know, you could just make them and put them in the fridge for tomorrow and the next day’s breakfast. Here’s how you make them:
Frozen hash browns, thawed
Green and red peppers, chopped
Yield: One dozen
I added hash browns to mine, which you could totally skip, if you’d rather just have the egg.
Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray and put thawed hash browns in the bottom. Spray a little more cooking spray over the potatoes. Bake at 400 until they’re getting brown and crispy.
Chop bacon. Dice ham, and any other add-ins like green and red peppers, onions, tomatoes and cheese. Mix whatever ingredients you want in a bowl. Sprinkle over top of cooked potatoes.
Scramble the eggs; add milk. Add salt. Pour egg mixture over eggs. Bake at 375 for about 20 minutes. Let set just a bit. They are ready to serve, or after cooling, refrigerate or freeze for later consumption!
It’s great to have a fast, healthy choice for breakfast! You need to make up some of these so you can enjoy the morning due to a delicious start!
With love from my country kitchen,
3 thoughts on “Make Ahead Individual Omelets”
Yum! I love these – I wanted to make some this weekend but didn’t have time.
This was my first try at making them. Dad loved them!