SavEars share some of the most delicious recipes. Karen T shared this one for baked omelets that can be prepared quickly on hectic mornings.
My hubby works and I have found that breakfast is the one meal where he tends to spend money. He often is running out the door and it’s just too easy to stop at a Panera or DD or grab a egg mcmuffin at McD’s. I make breakfast sandwiches for him to grab and eat in the car but sometimes he gets bored or tries to limit his carb intake. So I’ve added baked omelettes into our menu rotation now and thought I’d share how easy they are. The nice thing is that these are cheap, semi-healthy, can be made ahead of time and then reheated in the microwave.
1/2-1 cup of any shredded cheese
1/2 cup half and half (or milk is okay too)
1 small ham steak, diced (can use sausage or bacon too)
1 cup or more of chopped veggies (whatever you like)
Cook veggies. Combine eggs and milk. Spray 8×8 pan with cooking spray. Pour half of egg mixture in pan. Layer ham, cheese, and veggies and pour rest of egg on top. Bake at 400 for 30 minutes or until set in the middle. Great for a weekend family breakfast or breakfast for dinner too
This makes 6 servings. It usually costs less than 1.00 per serving and if I use up stuff in the fridge (ham from Christmas and leftover green pepper, onion, and mushrooms), it’s more like 0.50 per serving. Protein and veggies all in one meal and low in carbs.