Looking omelette for breakfast? You're in the right place! This Omelette in a Hole recipe is short and clean, perfect for a fun own family breakfast. 

The toast in this recipe is filled with an omelet loaded with egg, bell pepper, cheese, and bacon. Kids and adults alike cross crazy for this recipe!


Meat: Use your favored breakfast meat — as an example, sausage is a famous addition in our residence.

Vegetables: Try any greens which you’d like to see for your omelette! Tomatoes, mushrooms, broccoli, spinach — all are first rate approaches to sneak in an extra serving of vegetables. Just make certain to cut them into chew-sized portions first.

Bread: You can use any bread for this recipe. Carefully spoon the omelette filling into your bread (specific bread sizes will need extra or much less).

Cheese: Swap out the cautioned white cheddar cheese on your favored opportunity. Any cheese (or extra cheese) is usually tasty in this recipe.

6 slices of sandwich bread (rectangular fashioned)
Extra butter (for cooking omelet)
1 cup white cheddar cheese
1 red bell pepper
1 inexperienced bell pepper
½ onion
8 strips of bacon
6 eggs
2 tablespoons butter
Salt & pepper to taste

  1. Take each slice of bread a use a knife to reduce out the middle part of the bread, leaving an define across the bread crust. Save the piece that you cut out for later use.
  2. Melt the butter in a huge nonstick skillet over medium-excessive warmness.
  3. Add the peppers, onions, and bacon, stirring frequently until the bacon is absolutely cooked and the vegetables are smooth. Remove to a bowl and set apart.
  4. Empty out the grease from the skillet and wipe it easy. Be cautious as the grease can also still be particularly warm.
  5. In a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs, pepper, salt, and ½ cup cheese.
  6. Depending on the scale of your skillet, add 1 – 2 slices of bread at a time. Over medium warmness, area a small pat of butter after which upload the bread to the skillet.
  7. Spoon a number of the pepper, onion and bacon combination into the center of the bread (approximately ⅓ cup). Spread it around so that it fills the gap in the center of the bread from crust to crust.
  8. Next, pour some of the egg mixture into the middle of the bread until it fills the distance (about ⅓ cup, depending on the dimensions of your bread).
  9. Sprinkle a bit cheese over the omelette aggregate. This will provide it a pleasant cheesy, baked end.
  10. Carefully placed the rectangular piece of bread that become previously reduce out on top of the egg and lightly push it returned into the hole. Push it down slightly, so that it remains in location. Cook for 1 – 2 mins.
  11. Use your spatula beneath the bottom of your bread and your hand on pinnacle to keep the middle of the bread in place and flip it over. Cook the other facet for 1 – 2 mins.
  12. Keep cooking the bread (1 or 2 slices at a time) until completed. You may also want to feature a pat of butter to the skillet in between batches.
Use a cookie cutter to reduce a fun form (instead of a square) into your bread. Just be sure that the hole is big enough to add the omelette filling.