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Breakfast can be elusive during the week. I try to get out early in the morning so that I have time before the school bus comes for a little peace before the chaos of homework and dinner ensues. I think we all need to find a few minutes of peace in each day for sanity’s sake. These Hatfield Bacon-Wrapped Omelette Muffins are the perfect little breakfast to reheat and eat on the run so you’re not starving by 10 o’clock. Make them ahead of time and all you need to do is pop them in the toaster oven to reheat, and they’re perfect stress-free addition to your Easter brunch buffet.
And that’s what Hatfield products are about, delicious but also stress-free so that you have more free time to spend it on what, or rather who matters most: family.
The Hatfield company is family owned and made in the U.S which is something I look for when shopping for products. In addition, the Hatfield brand character is high quality, trustworthy, knowledgeable and a value-based company.
I found Hatfield Classic Hardwood Smoked Bacon at ShopRite along with the rest of the ingredients for the recipe. Hatfield Uncured Ham does not contain added nitrates or nitrites, MSG or artificial ingredients. And even better, it’s natural and minimally processed.
Along with the Hatfield Uncured Ham, gather the ingredients you’d normally buy when making your favorite omelette. I like to add green peppers and cheddar on mine. Spray a large muffin pan with non-stick spray. At the bottom of each muffin hole place one frozen mini hash brown patty.
Line around the edge of each tin with one slice of bacon. Whisk together the eggs and add finely chopped peppers, cheese, and whatever else you like to add to your omelettes.
These Hatfield Bacon-Wrapped Omelette Muffins are delightful. Nothing goes together quite as well as bacon and eggs. Perfect right out of the oven, they taste just as delicious when reheated although if you serve them with Easter brunch, I doubt you’ll have any left over!
- 6 slices Hatfield Uncured Ham
- 6 eggs, whisked
- 6 mini hash browns
- ½ green pepper, finely chopped
- ½ cup shredded cheese
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Place one hash brown at the base of each muffin hole.
- Wrap around one slice of bacon around each side.
- Whisk the eggs and add peppers and cheese.
- Pour each egg mixture into the centers and bake for 25 minutes.
Find Hatfield Uncured Ham at ACME, Redner’s or Wakefern (Shoprite, Price Rite, The Fresh Grocer) and make these delicious Bacon-Wrapped Omelette Muffins!