168 Reviews

This was quite good and I'd definitely make it again. It rolled easily. The only thing I'd like to change is maybe to cut down on the flour a touch so the eggs are a little less dry.

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Sackville December 26, 2009

Thank you so much for taking the guesswork out of making a filling for some ham/sausage egg and cheese bagels for me! I used this last night to make up some ham, egg, and cheese bagels and it was perfect this morning for breakfast! It freezes fairly well too! I just cut mine into individual portions, wrapped in foil, and tossed in a ziploc freezer bag to be put into the freezer, worked pretty good so far! Thanks!

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M to the K October 12, 2009

My boys and I really enjoyed this tonight! DH wasn't really into it, but I kind of expected that. One thing to note- do not substitute Whole Wheat Flour. It doesn't seriously affect the taste, but it really really doesn't look right. It separated out and formed a brown layer on either side of the egg that was just not appetizing.

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MistressRach July 20, 2009

Turned out great. Couple changes... sauted some green peppers, onion & mushrooms and added to egg mixture. Increased the egg by 1 and added abit more ham & cheese. I used others advice and used parchment paper to make it easier to roll when it came out of the oven (& prevents sticking to the pan). It was definitely easy & we found this light fluffy omelet very tasty.

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Mustang Sally 54269 April 16, 2009

delicious and super super easy! great way to make eggs exciting :) I looked at my eggs after 8 min and they were already settled so I'd definitely keep and eye on them.

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Chelsea H. March 10, 2009

Yayyy!! I can make an omelet that is soft and not rubbery!! I used sausage, mild cheddar , onions and a dallop of salsa on top garnished with raw spinach leaves. It looks so elegant! Taste just like those restaurant omelets! This will be going in my recipe file. Thanks so much!

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YumYum4TheTumTum January 15, 2009

Incredibly good and easy. I used 1/8 t baking powder (saw this in another recipe) sauteed green onions & mushrooms as well as ham and cheese. YUM! It puffed up beautifully. I did have a problem with the omelet sticking to the glass baking dish. Next time I will use butter & nonstick spray. Thanks for an easy super yummy dinner!

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour December 01, 2008

I was shocked at how good this turned out. I made two rolls, one as the recipe states and one with mushrooms, onions, peppers, ham and cheese. EXCELLENT. The picky eaters loved it, too! Just be careful when adding ingredients that you don't have too much or it makes it hard to roll up. I recommend using a glass casserole dish. I had to use a metal dish for one of the rolls and it was more tricky in the roll up process.

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MMakar November 10, 2008

This is as easy as it says, and pretty tasty. However, you really need to keep an eye on it to make sure you don't overcook it before adding your ham and cheese. For me, 15 minutes would have been too long. I will be trying this again.

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JackieOhNo! June 30, 2008

Fantastic. Easy and Yummy. I used deli meat, so it was even quicker. I did find mine cooked in only 12 minutes, but that could just be my new oven? Thanks for a great recipe!

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Mama Cat September 04, 2007
Baked Ham and Cheese Omelet Roll