Not your boring everyday egg omelet by any means! The trick to this (or any omelet) is try to avoid overcooking, as the omelet tends to get dry, you will love this for brunch or even for week night dinner with a small side salad and a crusty roll, it's easy and so delicious! Prep time includes chopping veggies, and cooking time is only estimated.
I love Eggs Benedict which is high in fat and cholesterol. Now that I have to watch my intake of both, I found this recipe and it is a wonderful alternative. Serve with fresh assorted fruit for an elegant brunch.
This is a simple recipe that my husband makes for us a lot for breakfast. Just takes one pan and you have bacon and eggs! This recipe easily adapts to how many you want to make, just use more muffin/cupcake pans! Now if you like to have your bacon crispy, this will not be for you. The bacon gets done but not crispy! The bacon flavors the egg, which is much like a poached or boiled egg. The servings are based on two bacon and egg cups per person. Hope you enjoy!
A teacher I taught with brought these to the teacher's lounge once and we all loved them. I got the recipe from her. When ever I take these some place they are so-o-o-o much enjoyed that I am asked to bring them again the next time. This has happened repeatedly with two different groups with which I have regular meetings.
From Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals, this is a keeper! Pancakes are made all over the world, and fit in French, England, Scandinavian, Austian, Russian, African, Italian, Mexican, New England, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, Southern, and Western catagories! These may be frozen in the freezer and reheated.