Wednesday, June 22, 2011


I'm always looking for a super easy good breakfast.  Today I made a Baked Omelet Souffle.  Now I know the word Souffle is intimidating.  I've always wondered how people get them so light and fluffy and perfect.  Now I guess you'll never know unless you try.  The best part of this recipe is... its sooo simple!

What you need for this ultimate breakfast is:
4 Eggs
3 Tbsp. Hot Water
1/2 tsp. Salt
1/8 tsp. Pepper
1/2 Tbsp Cornstarch
Cooking Spray
*You can add bacon, cheese, peppers, onions, or any additional spices you might want.

Spray inside of a quart sized (4 cup) baking dish.  Place into a pre-heated oven of 375 F.

Separate the eggs.  Beat whites until stiff (meringue like) and set aside.  Beat yolks until creamy.  Add Cornstarch and water to the yolk mixture and stir.  Add your additional ingredients to the yolk mixture and stir.  Fold in the egg whites gently, and then add to the already heated dish.

Bake for 12-15 minutes & Serve.

*NOTE* I halved the recipe seeing as how I only had a 1/2 Quart (2 Cup) baking dish

The two things I love about this dish are...
 #1 There isn't much of a mess.  I have an issue sitting down to eat any meal if there is a mess in my kitchen.  While your souffle is in the oven you have plenty of time to wash up those dishes (or put them in the dishwasher)
#2 I ate this with toast.  Normally when I eat eggs and toast they are cold before I get to the end.  Having the baked eggs gave me time to eat my toast while it was hot while still getting to eat hot eggs when I was done.

PS... I'm starting to feel like this is a cooking blog... but we all have to eat, and I know I appreciate a good recipe, so I don't want to hoard them.


  1. I've also always wondered about souffle but you have given me courage and I think I must now give this a try!

  2. This looks so yummy! Well, may be tomorrow morning I'll try to create something similar :) And great pictures, girl! :)



  3. Looks good! I think I'll have to try this one :D