This was very good and very easy and perfect to use up some of that Christmas ham I still have hanging around the house. Thank you!
Super simple and super YUMMY! It was a huge hit with the kids and they all went back for 2nds. That makes it worthy of a 10* review! I used what I had on hand, Christmas ham, cheddar and fontina, yellow bell pepper and green onions. Thanks MizzNezz. It made for a great light post Christmas dinner.
Wanted something different for breakfast so decided on this recipe. I used 2% milk instead of cream and 1/2 cup of green pepper as I didn't have any onions but did add some onion powder. I added some pepper and next time would add some salt too. I also didn't have any ham. This is a very versitale recipe. You can add whatever you have on hand. Mine took a bit longer to cook- it took 30 minutes but I did use an 8x8 pan. We all enjoyed this for breakfast.
A keeper! I have made this multiple times now, using whatever is in the fridge. I have tried it with link turkey sausage and also with ham. It is yummy everytime. I also used 2% milk, and I ran out of eggs last time, so made up the difference with EggBeaters. Thanks for this one, it is now a family favorite!
Really good! I used 2% milk instead of the half and half. I also used green onions. The family loved it!
Great recipe! DH and I loved it... For me its a convenient, time-saving recipe since I can do other things while it cooks in the oven. What I changed was the half&half, instead I used Soy Milk. I also added mushrooms, onions, and tomatoes. Thank you for posting this recipe!
This is one of those recipes I wish I could give more than 5 stars. It has wonderful flavor, great texture, is easy to make, and is forgiving if you substitute ingredients or add a larger amount of one ingredient or another. Due to what I had on hand, I used undiluted canned milk in place of the half-and-half, Gruyere instead of cheddar cheese, brown and serve sausages (sliced and not browned) instead of the ham, more green pepper than called for, and a mix of sliced green onion and minced shallot instead of the onion. I baked it in a 6 cup souffle dish instead of the 9x9 dish, which worked well, but required a little more cooking time. Thank you, Mizz Nezz. This recipe goes on my all-time favorite recipes list! Lynnie
This is a very nice egg dish. It was really flavorful dish that my entire family enjoyed. A nice, low-carb, make-ahead breakfast!
This is great! I made this for brunch this morning, it's so easy to prepare. I just put it in the oven and had more time to spend with guests! Thank you!
This is very good. I turned this into Denver sandwiches because what could be better?? I suggest using a 9x13 pan if you want to use the omelet for sandwiches. The omelet is so light and fluffy and full of flavour. I followed the recipe exactly and will do so the next time as well, whether I choose to eat it as an omelet or put it between two slices of toast for an awesome Denver Sandwich. Thanks for sharing your recipe, I will use it often.