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Frittatas in Muffin Tins

Serve 2 or 20. Portion control at it's easiest.
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Frittatas in Muffin Tins
Captain Chris
Sunrise at anchor just south of Daytona Beach, Florida...smell the java?
Nothing better than sipping a mug of coffee and having breakfast while swinging on the anchor.

  • Eggs -as many or as few as you need
  • Chopped onions
  • chopped peppers
  • Chopped ham/turkey/chicken/cooked bacon
  • Chopped tomatoes
  • Shredded cheese **whatever you would add to an omelet

Preheat oven to 375. Lightly grease bottom and sides of muffin tin. Put any or all of the chopped ingredients into the muffin tins. Next beat the eggs and pour over chopped ingredients. Only fill each tin about 3/4 since the eggs will expand when they bake. Add a little salt and pepper to taste and bake until golden and puffy, about 10-12 minutes. Slide a butter knife around the sides of each muffin and they should pop right out. Can be done in advance then reheated for less than a minute in the microwave. Perfect portions.

**Once your Spinwheels are in the oven you can start making the frittatas then slide them into the same hot oven. They should come out about the same time. Imagine serving a hot breakfast to more than 2 people from your galley. I've done this for as many as 12!


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