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What do you like to do on Father’s Day for your dad or husband? My husband is an awesome dad and works so hard for all of us. The kids and I love to make their daddy something special to eat. Two of his favorite foods are omelets and bacon, so we combine the two!
Years ago I discovered Wright® Brand Bacon, and it quickly become our favorite. It’s thick slices and high quality cuts of premium meat make it just right, especially for these Bacon Omelet Cups. It’s just the perfect ingredient to add to your Father’s Day breakfast spread. Plus, we love it because it’s made in Texas and is Texas proud.
HEB is one of our favorite grocery stores, and it’s where I always find Wright Brand Bacon in a 24 oz size. Our favorite is the thick slices of Naturally Hickory Smoked Bacon. Click HERE to find some great recipe inspirations and an offer for a free product on 6/7/17!
Before you start, make sure to spray the muffin tin with olive oil spray or a non-stick spray.
Crack 8 eggs. Combine the eggs and cheese and beat until well mixed.Print
- 12 slices Wright Brand Bacon
- 8 eggs
- 1 cup shredded cheese
- shredded baby spinach
- slice mushrooms
- chopped onions
- salt and pepper
- Preheat oven to 350 F degrees.
- Spray each muffin tin with non stick spray.
- Wrap one slice of Wright Brand Bacon around each muffin tin.
- Crack 8 eggs and add cheese. Beat until combined.
- Add spinach to the bottom of each muffin tin
- Fill each muffin tin 3/4 full with the egg cheese mixture.
- Top each egg mixture with some onions and mushrooms.
- Add a dash of salt and pepper to each muffin tin.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes until bacon is done and eggs are puffed up.
- Allow to cool before serving
- For crispier bacon, precook the bacon for 8-10 minutes on a skillet or in the oven before wrapping it around the muffin tins.
I prefer my bacon to be not so crispy, but if you like yours crispier, you can precook it for just a few minutes in a skillet or oven for 8-10 minutes. You want it to still be pliable to wrap around the muffin tins, and then while it’s cooking with the egg mixture, it will crisp up.
Sundays are usually the day that my husband gets to relax and kick back and play his favorite flight simulator games. He meets a group of friends online and they participate in war games while flying helicopters and planes. I know that’s where we’ll find him on Father’s Day, so we can surprise him with a delicious Father’s Day breakfast while he’s enjoying a game.
Bacon is man’s best friend and the perfect ingredient in any Father’s Day breakfast! This Father’s Day help the kids make your husband or father a hearty breakfast that Dad will love with Wright Brand Bacon!