Omelet Biscuit Cups

Omelet Biscuit Cups

"My husband's a busy farmer and sometimes eats his breakfast on the run. He's able to take these omelet biscuit cups with him in his truck or tractor cab."
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 5 servings

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  1. Press biscuits onto the bottom and up the sides of greased muffin cups; set aside. In a large bowl, beat the eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Add ham, 1/4 cup cheese and mushrooms; mix well. In a skillet, melt butter; add the egg mixture. Cook and stir until eggs are nearly set. Spoon into biscuit cups.
  2. Bake at 375 degrees F for 10-15 minutes or until biscuits are golden brown. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake 2 minutes longer or until cheese is melted.

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I have made these and frozen them with great success. Just microwave them until heated through again. Also, for variety, I've made substitutions, like replacing the ham with chopped cooked bacon...

Most helpful critical review

these were ok for us. too much biscuit and not enough eggs. good idea though.

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I have made these and frozen them with great success. Just microwave them until heated through again. Also, for variety, I've made substitutions, like replacing the ham with chopped cooked bacon...

If I could give these 10 stars I would. I'm so glad I made a double batch. The only change I made was to omit the mushrooms and add scallions. I cooked the egg mixture till just barely set but ...

Cute. Very, very cute. I didn't have ham but I did have bacon so I did a switcheroo in half the amount. I also added a little chopped red pepper, fresh garlic and green onion to make up for the ...

I'm not a biscuit fan but I had a package so I made this recipe. It was terrific. I don't think the measurements/ingred. are written in stone which is good. I used a lot more cheese, 5 eggs and ...

We've been making these for awhile now. We love these in the mornings! I have also made them using real bacon bits rather than the ham. I usually skip the mushrooms though because my fella do...

These were awesome, but I baked the biscuits a little before putting the filling in them otherwise no matter how long you cook them they still seem to be a little doughy on the inside.

This went over really well with my boys. I omitted the mushrooms for their sake but you could really put in anything you normally like in an omelet. My only comment is that they were quite "brea...

This was a great recipe. I made scrambled eggs like normal, added onions and cheese to the eggs; but left them a little undercooked. That way they wouldn't overcook when I put them in the oven. ...

I have a picky toddler and husband, so I omitted the mushrooms. I also used breakfast sausage instead of ham. Next time I'll use a rolling pin to help roll out the biscuits before putting them...

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