For a while, I've been trying to think of something to add to my husband's morning breakfast repertoire. He usually has cereal with yogurt each morning. This is nice, but I feel like it'd get a bit boring after a while. He gets up earlier than me, and usually sleeps as late as possible, so it had to be something fast and super easy. Last week, stumbled across a recipe that inspired what I've done below.
For this one, I chose to go with a spinach, feta, mushroom and bacon mix. Basically anything that makes up your favorite omelet can be used though -- just make sure it's cooked through.
I'm not one for keeping track of very specific recipes... I tend to just do what looks right. In this case, I used 10 whole eggs, a couple handfuls of spinach, a few mushrooms, a bunch of cubes of feta cheese, and a reasonable portion of vegetarian bacon. If it had been real bacon, I'd have likely pre-cooked it ahead of time, but with this kind only requiring minimal cooking to begin with, I just tossed it in, straight from the fridge.
After mixing it up well, I poured it into the muffin tin and put it in the oven at 175C (350F) for 25 minutes.
After about 15, I checked to make sure nothing was burning up or anything crazy (they look a bit strange as they rise, but all was well) and let it continue on for the remaining 10 minutes.
After taking them out and letting them cool off a bit, I packed them up into some glass jars that I'd tossed in the dishwasher after we'd used up all the peanut butter that came in them -- perfect for removing the top and tossing in the microwave early in the morning!