Omelette Cupcakes

by Dannii on April 15, 2012

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Now, these might sound a little odd – but it is just an Omelette/Fritatta, but made in a cupcake case to make it look a little bit different. When I served these at a party, people asked them what they were and I said “egg cupcakes”. That makes it sound like it is just egg and flour or something. But once they tried them, they were a hit.

The great thing about them, like omelettes, is that you can put so many different ingredients in them to suit your guests tastes.

 

Makes 12

Ingredients:

- 10 eggs

- 100ml/0.4 cup skimmed milk

- Half a red pepper, diced

- 2 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped

- 60g/2oz low fat cheddar cheese, grated

 

1) Whisk the eggs and add the milk. Divide the mixture between 12 re-usable cupcake case place onĀ  a baking tray. Then divide the red pepper and parsley between them all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2) Bake at 180/350/Gas Mark 4 for 20 minutes. Then sprinkle over the cheese and bake for 5 more minutes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 Perla

What is the serving size?

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2 Chris

Hi there! Just wanted to let you know I’ve compiled a recipe round-up of Healthy Party Finger Foods on my blog today and I’ve included your recipe! Come and take a look! http://www.inspiralcoaching.com/2013/12/healthy-party-food-recipe-round-up.html. Thanks for a sharing great recipe – it was delish!

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3 Kerry

Loving these. Making them for hubbie and me to liven up our lunch!!!

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4 Dannii

They are great for a quick breakfast too.

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5 Dee

New at eating healthy and thanks to you I have great options,these were my first choice very tasty:)

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6 Dannii

I am glad you liked them :) Thanks for commenting!

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7 Megan

Ha these look amazing!! Omelette is like my favourite meal ever!! I am so doing these right here right now!!

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8 Dannii

Enjoy! Thanks for commenting!

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9 Alison

Silly question, but a re-usable cupcake case? Can i just make them in a muffin pan with no liner?

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10 Dona

can they be frozen? how long do they keep in the fridge? and how long to you reheat them for?

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11 Jeanniepie

Really good idea, will be giving them a try today, so different, yet so easy for a on the go snack.

Thanks
jean

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