Weekends are my family’s time to have breakfast together. During the week Grambo and Justin leave before the kids and I get up and Weston rarely wants to eat before school anyway. So weekends are when it’s game on for breakfast! And recently I had a blast figuring out how to make egg omelet bites.
And now that I know I plan on making them all the time! Check out how easy they are!
How to Make Egg Omelet Bites
The great thing about these little egg omelet bites is that they are perfect for personalizing to meet everyone’s tastes.
You can add cheese for those who don’t like to go too crazy or you can add all sorts of veggies to enjoy an even healthier take. And if you’re like Justin and like all of those breakfast meats, you can load up your bites with bacon, ham, and sausage!
What You Need:
- Cake Pop Maker
- 2-3 Eggland’s Best eggs per person
- 1/3 cup milk
- 1 cup shredded cheese
- Other omelet ingredients that you enjoy (green onions, bacon, ham, peppers, mushrooms, etc.)
What You Do:
- Heat your cake pop maker and spray with nonstick cooking spray or oil.
- Whisk your eggs together with milk in a large measuring cup with spout.
- Pour egg mixture into cake pop maker wells.
- Sprinkle cheese and desired omelet ingredients into egg mixture.
- Close cake pop maker and let cook for 2-3 minutes.
- Remove, serve, and enjoy!
I love using Eggland’s Best eggs because compared to ordinary eggs, “EB” eggs have four our times more vitamin D, keeping your bones and muscles strong. They’re beneficial to heart health, as they contain double the omega-3s and have ten times more vitamin E than ordinary eggs too!
Weston doesn’t eat much these days so I’m all about packing in the nutrition when he does!
These egg omelet bites were definitely kid approved! It was hard to keep Carrigan’s plate full!
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Mary Happymommy says
I enjoy them scrambled.
I love baked egg casserole.
shelly peterson says
I like to make ham and cheese omelets.
Janet W. says
My favorite way to enjoy them is scrambled on a biscuit with bacon!
Kelly D says
I like to enjoy them in an egg salad sandwich.
Christina Foley says
I absolutely love omelets… the most veggies the better but lately I am enjoying spinach and feta omelets
Seyma Shabbir says
I love them scrambled or in cheesecake!!!
Jen Haile says
I like to scramble them with salsa.
I love a regular sized omelet filled with veggies!
Amanda Alvarado says
We like them scrambled with chorizo!
Barbara Schantz says
This looks delicious! I don’t have a cake pop maker, but might have to get one.
I like to make omelets.
I love quiche.
Elle P. says
I love western omelets.
Lisa Brown says
i like my eggs scrambled with cheese and bell peppers
Tracy Robertson says
I like them scrambled and with a little shredded cheddar on top. The Omelet Egg Bites recipe looks good too!
I like scrambled eggs and chorizo
I like french toast
Cynthia R says
I like to use eggland’s eggs to make a quiche.
Sarah Hall says
I like them fried or I love them in French toast.
Dawn Monroe says
I like deviled eggs and egg salad sandwiches.
My favorite is scrambled.
Paol Trenny says
I like to make seafood omelette
I love making quiche Lorraine with Eggland’s best!
I love to make deviled eggs and enjoy them with dinner
I literally just made these!