These delicious little frittatas are baked in muffin tins. It's a great way to cook eggs for a lot of people. They're like little quiches without the crust. Frittatas are so easy and flexible - you can use any omlette or quiche ingredients in these. Breakfast for two: I cut the eggs, milk, and pepper in half, skipped the salt, used 1/4 cup crispy proscuitto (Recipe #239502) with 1/4 cup jack cheese and baked in a regular size muffin pan (6 frittatas) for about 15 minutes. Yummy!
This is my version. I think they are good hot or cold and they are not fattening.
I have used regular size muffin tins and also smaller bite size tins so adjust your recipe accordinly as well as cooking time.
Also you may use type of cheese and amount for your taste buds.
My family and friends just love this recipe! It's easy, delicious, and you make it the night before so there is no work in the morning. Just pop it in the oven and by the time the table is set and coffee is on, it's ready! I believe this recipe came from the Best of Bridge cookbook. Great served with fresh fruit or yogurt. Can also be cooked in casserole dish on the barbeque so you don't heat up your house on a hot day!
My mom used to make these years ago, from a recipe she got on an ALL BRAN cereal box. I found this on the Kellogg's website, and it sounds right. They are VERY yummy! We just called 'em 'Breakfast Cookies', and if she was gonna let me have them for breakfast, I wasn't about to complain! (I use the All Bran that looks like little twigs)
WOW! Get this...a very low-fat muffin recipe that actually tastes great!! After failing at many attempts to create a really tasty, low-fat muffin, I came across this recipe, and it is really good...great for dieters!