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What You Do


1. Preheat oven to 350°F; set rack in center position.

 

2. Heat oil over medium-high in a small skillet.  Add onion and sauté for 3 to 5 minutes, stirring frequently, until onions are soft and beginning to brown slightly.

 

3. Add sausage, breaking apart with your fingers or a wooden spoon.  Cook until sausage is fully browned, breaking up any large chucks as it cooks.

 

4. Remove pan from heat and set aside to cool.

 

5. In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, sage, salt and pepper.  Stir in cheese.

 

6. Add sausage and onion mixture and stir gently to combine.

 

7. Lightly coat a 12-cup muffin tray with non-stick cooking spray.  Divide the egg mixture evenly among the muffin cups, leaving at least ¼ inch of space between the top of the mixture and the top of the cup.

 

8. Bake at 350°F for 10 to 15 minutes, or until puffy and barely golden brown around the edges.

 

9. Remove from heat and let cool in pan for 2 to 3 minutes.  (The frittatas will collapse slightly, this is normal!)

 

10. Carefully remove the frittatas from each muffin cup by running a thin knife around the edges and lifting out gently.  Arrange on a serving platter and either serve immediately or chill for an hour first.  Serve with ketchup and hot sauce.

What You Need

 

1 tbsp. Olive oil

1/2 Sweet yellow onion; peeled and finely diced

½ lb. Bulk breakfast style pork sausage

9 Large eggs

1/4 c. Milk

1 tsp. Dried sage

1 tbsp. Salt

1 tbsp. Freshly ground black pepper

1/2 c. Shredded cheese, any variety

Non-stick cooking or baking spray 

  Serves: 4


  Prep. Time: ​10 minutes 


  Cook Time: 15 minutes


  Difficulty:  Easy

If you’re looking for a good party snack, finger foods are pretty hard to beat.  These frittata muffins are a delicious choice for easy-to-handle appetizers and you can quickly whip up a batch (or two or three) if you find yourself in need of cocktail party fare or a pre-dinner nibble.  Feel free to pick any cheese you like – crumbled goat or feta would be great – or try swapping the sausage for your favorite chopped vegetable.  Just remember to keep the pieces of whatever you add small, so that the egg will still bind them together and your frittata bites will stay in one piece.

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