Omelets - Muffins

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You would like to offer your children a tasty yet healthy alternative to the "normal" brunch and breakfast? Then you should try omelette muffins. They are easy to bake and can be varied wonderfully. In addition, your children can help you bake them and choose the filling themselves and vary it as they wish.
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In the following text you will learn how you can easily prepare omelette muffins for leisure, school or work. The great thing about this recipe is that you can try and vary it to your heart's content. In addition, the omelette muffins taste great both hot and cold and are easy to take to work or school in a lunch box, for example.

Omelette Muffins

Let your children help you bake and prepare them. In addition, your children can then choose which ingredients to include in the mix. For four portions you need: four eggs, one teaspoon of salt and one teaspoon of pepper, two tablespoons of milk. First preheat the oven to 175 degrees. Also keep a muffin springform pan ready and grease it. Otherwise you can also use paper cups, which you can get in any well-assorted supermarket. First mix the eggs with the milk and season the mixture with salt and pepper.

Now you can let your imagination run wild: for example, cut peppers, ham, boiled ham, tomatoes... into small pieces and add them to the egg mixture. If your children like it, you can also add cheese, corn or small onions. Fill the egg mixture into the muffin cups or muffin tins and put everything into the muffin tins. Bake at 175 degrees for about 15 minutes before you take out the omelette muffins. Be careful, they can still be hot inside.

Modify the muffins as you like!
You and your children can be creative with the muffins. Whatever tastes good and fits into the small muffin tin is allowed. The muffins are great to bake in your free time, and they are also nutritious and healthy, so you can even make them tasty for little vegetable deniers. Whether with mushrooms, corn, small tomatoes or the "classic" bacon and onion - there are almost no variations that cannot be tried. The basic mixture always remains the same - the eggs are whisked, seasoned with salt and pepper, a little milk is added - ready.

Special muffins: goat cheese and fig muffins
How about some muffins that nobody else has so quickly? Like fig and goat cheese muffins, for example. Your children might not like this variant, but these muffins might be something for you or your guests at the next brunch. You need: Honey, butter, ground cardamom (you can find it in any well-stocked supermarket), fresh goat's cheese, vanilla sugar, cornstarch, an egg, filo pastry/yufka dough, which you can find in Turkish or Oriental shops.

Then you need a fig and some fat for the muffin tin. Mix the honey with the butter, heat it up in a pot and let the mixture melt. Mix the goat's cream cheese with the vanilla sugar, the starch and the egg. Grease your muffin tin and preheat the oven to 180°C. Cut out four circles from the yufka dough (you can use a glass or coffee tin to help).
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Spread three circles of dough with the honey-butter mixture and place them on top of each other in the muffin tin - but do not spread the last circle. Continue with the whole dough. Now cut the fig into as many pieces as you like and spread the mixture with the goat's cheese on the previously prepared pastry bowls. Place the muffins on the middle rack of your oven and let them bake for 15-20 minutes until they turn a golden yellow colour.

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