Potato & Omelet Breakfast Muffins

Potato & Omelet Breakfast Muffins

I‘m spotlighting this post for anyone who’s busy but wants to keep the breakfast habit. At the time of writing this post, I’m a busy technical engineer/food blogger who need to plan ahead for a breakfast. So I’m beginning to understand the importance of quick breakfasts on hand. That’s why in my fridge, you’ll see breakfast muffins like this in a plastic container, waiting to be heated up in the morning. Okay, some of you know it and others might have guessed, I’m one of those insanely people who sometimes often sacrifices breakfast for an extra minute or two in bed. It does help that I am able to get breakfast at work but it is never as good as homemade. Nothing can beat some scrambled egg beaters with ham and peppers, mushrooms, garlic ….some homefries…toast and muffins…YUM! So I am constantly browsing the internet and my favorite food blogs to find some healthy recipes that I can make ahead for those rushed morning when I don’t have time to make or sit down and eat breakfast.
The basic idea was pretty clear to me from the beginning, I have had an unusually intense relationship with muffins in general for the past couple of months. Yeah…I Said That 🙂 So It’s Gotta Be Muffins.
I wanted a muffin that we could enjoy for breakfast without feeling that we actually were eating dessert in the morning. therefore i am so delighted with this recipe because it makes the perfect breakfast muffins that you can just grab when you are on the go, plus you can sneak all kinds of healthy things into your Breakfast muffins like : spinach, mushrooms, onion, tomatoes, basil, zucchini, squash, etc. These muffins are not just great at breakfast but also a lovely elevenses snack or the perfect savoury match you’re your afternoon tea. Need I say more? Turn on the page 2 and let’s prepare some delicious Breakfast muffins….

5 thoughts on “Potato & Omelet Breakfast Muffins

  1. Doug

    They look, smell, and taste good but I made two mistakes while making them that made the recipe more difficult. Both of those came from not following the directions very well. I used hashbrowns instead of tator tots, which I’m sure would have worked fine if I’d used the recommendation to microwave them for a bit first so I could push them down more easily. I didn’t do that. Eggs seeped through the cracks and the muffins got stuck in the pan. Lost a piece of potato with each muffin I pulled out. Second, I didn’t read the part saying to put the ham directly into the pan and not mix it in with the eggs. Didn’t notice tell I was almost done pouring the mix in that the ones towards the end had a lot more ham than the first few I did. I’m sure I’ll make this recipe again, but I’ll read the directions better next time.

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