These Crawfish Omelette Egg Cups are a great way to start the day off with a protein-filled breakfast. They’re also easy to make and perfect to grab and go for busy mornings!
Each egg cup is chock full of crawfish, eggs, cheese, seasoning, and tender veggies.
Additionally, the bite sized omelettes are baked in a muffin pan in the oven.
This breakfast recipe is perfect for those that love crawfish.
If you boil crawfish and have some leftovers, you’ll need to peel about 2 cups of the tail meat.
I promise you’ll love this crawfish recipe. It’s perfect for serving any day of the week with a fruit salad.
Additionally, the crawfish egg bites are great for breakfast or brunch during the Lenten season.
You may want to serve these mouth-watering egg bites for a Valentine’s Day brunch or even for a bridal shower brunch, too.
Heck! They would even be perfect to serve for Easter breakfast or brunch!
Can you freeze the Crawfish Omelette Egg Cups?
Yes, the crawfish egg cups can be frozen for up to 3 months.
Store them individually or freeze them all together with wax paper between each one, placed in an airtight container or freezer Ziploc bag.
Also, the omelette bites or omelet bites can keep in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 3-4 days.
Is the crawfish Keto-friendly?
Yes, the crawfish is keto-friendly. Which makes this breakfast recipe is excellent for those on a keto-friendly diet.
The crawfish, also known as crayfish, mud mugs, and crawdads are an excellent substitution for chicken and red meat.
WHAT’S in the Crawfish Omelette Egg Cups
- Shredded Cheese (Mexican Blend)
- Peeled Crawfish Tails
- Green Bell Peppers
- Garlic Powder
- Cajun Seasoning
How to make the Crawfish Omelette Egg cups
First preheat oven to 375 degrees. Next, spray 12-cup muffin pan with cooking spray.
Second, in a skillet, melt two tablespoons of butter on medium heat. Then add your cut-up veggies. Saute the vegetables until tender and translucent.
Third, lower the heat to low and add the crawfish. Stir the veggies and crawfish together.
Cook for 1 minute. Then set skillet with crawfish and veggies aside.
Fourth, in a large mixing bowl whisk together the eggs and seasoning. Set aside.
Fifth, using a teaspoon scoop some of the crawfish and vegetable mixture into each muffin cup.
Sixth, scoop a teaspoon of shredded cheese evenly over the crawfish in each of the 12-muffin cups.
Seventh, pour the egg mixture into a large measuring cup (at least a 4 cup).
Using the measuring cup divide egg mixture among the prepared muffin pan.
Fill each of the 12-muffin cups making sure the mixture doesn’t go over the top. See my photo below. Then stir the mixture with a fork.
Last, bake the egg cups for 20-22 minutes until the eggs are set and turning golden brown around the edges.
Remove the crawfish egg bites from the oven and let cool.
Use a knife to go around the edges of each muffin cup to make removing the egg bites easier. Serve the omelet egg cups while warm!
Don’t the cheesy crawfish egg muffins look AMAZING? They’re so tasty!
Crawfish lovers are going to be pleased with this fluffy and delicious egg-tastic recipe!
In case you’re wondering the egg cups are easy to rewarm in the microwave or in a toaster oven.
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Crawfish Omelette Egg Cups is a great way to start the day off with a grab and go protein-packed breakfast.
- 10 Eggs
- Shredded Cheese (Mexican Blend)
- 2 Cups Peeled Crawfish Tails, deveined
- 1 Small Onion, Chopped
- 2 Tablespoons Butter
- 3/4 Fresh Parsley, Finely Chopped
- 1 Small Green Bell Pepper, Diced
- 3/4 Cup Celery, Chopped Finely
- Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder (to your liking)
- Cajun Seasoning (to your liking)
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Next, spray 12-cup muffin pan with cooking spray.
- Melt 2 tablespoons of butter on medium heat in a medium size skillet. Add cut-up veggies. Saute veggies until tender and translucent.
Lower heat to low, add crawfish. Stir veggies and crawfish together. Cook for 1 minute. Then set skillet with crawfish and veggies aside.
In a large mixing bowl whisk together eggs and seasoning. Set aside. Next, using a teaspoon scoop some of the crawfish and vegetable mixture into each muffin cup.
- Use teaspoon to scoop shredded cheese evenly over the crawfish in each of the 12-muffin cups.
Pour the egg mixture into a large measuring cup (at least a 4 cup). Using the measuring cup divide egg mixture among the prepared muffin pan. Then stir the mixture with a fork.
Bake the egg cups for 20-22 minutes until eggs are set and turning golden brown around the edges.
Remove the crawfish egg bites from the oven and let cool. Use a knife to go around the edges of each muffin cup to make removing the egg bites easier.
Serve the omelette egg cups while warm!
Place aluminum foil at the bottom of the oven to catch any drippings from the egg cups.
A bag of cooked and peeled crawfish tails can be purchased from a grocery store, if you don’t have leftover crawfish from a boil.
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Bake
- Cuisine: Seafood
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