Breakfast doesn't get better
ith friends coming in from out of town, I was planning a nice brunch at home for us. While I was out shopping, I came across individual frittatas in a disposable muffin tin at the absurd price of $8.99 for a quantity of 6. I bought them. At that price I thought to myself, “They have to be good.” Right? Wrong. They were terrible. I have since come to terms with it because the price alone was worth what has now become my breakfast obsession. It inspired me to start making my own egg muffins, or more eloquently named, individual egg frittatas.
The flavor combinations are endless. Here is a list of some of my go-to versions.
- Spinach, tomato and feta
- Ham, caramelized onion and swiss
- Mushroom, spinach and gruyere
- Bacon, potato and cheddar
- Broccoli & cheddar
The best thing about making individual egg frittatas is that you can make days worth of them in one cooking session and just simply reheat. Of course you can reheat in the microwave however I prefer them reheated them in the convection oven at 350 for about 6 minutes.