Yesterday I found 2 really good primal recipes and decided to try them. One was beef stew and the other was Omelet Muffins (which is obviously for breakfast). I just don't wake up early enough to make omelet's or any other good primal breakfast so when I found this recipe I was really excited. Both recipes were easy to make and didn't really take too long. Once I got the stew set I started on making the muffins and they both finished cooking at the same time.
I added extra garlic and used 1 can of rotel and 2 (14.5oz) cans of diced tomatoes, instead of 4 cans of tomatoes. Other than that I followed the directions exactly and according to Matt it's definitely a repeater. I would give this a 9 on the Nommy scale. For us (Matt & I) this lasted for 2 dinners & 1 lunch
I used diced ham and heated it on the stove first. For the veggies I used spinach, red bell pepper, onions and mushrooms. I also added a little bit of cheese & used pink salt (which is aweskome and healthy). I don't know what size muffin tins they used but I got 12 muffins not 8. Salsa on the side really makes these a 10 on the Nommy scale. WARNING: do NOT use silicone muffin pan as picking it up and moving it to the oven will make the egg mixture go every where, yeah I clearly wasn't thinking and it was messy.