Before I get down to this recipe for Omelette Bites I have a tiny bit of background… I promise not long because I hate those posts where you have to scroll through 7 pages of text to get to the recipe – I just want to give credit for this one where credit is due…
So you may know that we hired a 3rd year chiropractic student as an intern to help with the front desk on our busiest evenings (Tuesday and Thursday) – her name is Sarah and she is great 🙂 She is currently learning our computer system, helping with filing and pulling files, taking payments and answering the phone all while building rapport with our patients. She will also be helping with marketing soon and has done a great job of making some semblance of sense of a notebook I keep to track some of the places I call to do lunch and learns – totally old school of me right? Ya, she’s got it on excel now… it was a big job.
Last week I asked her to give me a recipe for the blog – she came up with this one for Omelette bites – and even took pictures and sent them to me – I have made something like this before but I can’t wait to try this recipe! Since we love recipes so much around here I can’t wait to see what others she has too!
Omelette bites ingredients and directions
5 large eggs
1 tbsp milk (optional)
½ cup chopped spinach
½ cup chopped red pepper
½ cup chopped ham
Optional: ½ cup shredded cheese (I use mozzarella)
· Preheat the oven to 375 and grease a muffin tray (I used an oil spray)
· Add the eggs and milk into a bowl and whisk together
· Add the spinach, peppers, and ham to the eggs and mix together
· Fill each cup with 2-3 large spoonfuls and add the shredded cheese to the tops
· Bake for 15-17 minutes
· Add salt and pepper for taste if preferred and ENJOY!
This recipe makes 11-12 bites
~110kcal per bite
So, why pay $5 at Starbucks for two of these when you can do them so easily at home? Let me know how they work out for you!