We love omelettes and I recently learned how to make them perfectly. Unfortunately, when you are making them for the whole family it takes a while because you can only make one at a time, unless you use multiple pans. I decided to try out baking an omelette in the oven so everyone’s portion is done at the same time. It turned out great, like a cross between crustless quiche and your traditional omelette. We all really enjoyed it and it’s such an easy recipe to customize.
This is a very easy dish that could be made for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I started this recipe a few months ago when we tried out the quiche from one of my favorite recipe sites. We all loved the crust but I didn’t love the texture of the egg and milk mixture. I played around a little with it and found a combination of add-ins that we all really liked. We went with a combination of bacon, spinach and swiss cheese. I added some mushrooms to 1/4 of the quiche for me. You can really add any meat, cheese and/or veggie that sounds good to you!