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How to make a healthy, filling omlette

How to make a healthy, filling omlette


This is my 3rd "Egg Breakfast" guide--can't help it, these eggs are so darn versatile. And a great source of protein and fat.

Gather your ingredients. Today I used red/green bell peppers, tomatoes, fresh spinach, onions, and garlic.

Garlic tip: To save time, I like to throw all my garlic into a food processor while its still fresh. I freeze it in a freezer bag and break off pieces for cooking when I need it. #convenient

Beat eggs and a LITTLE bit of the vegetables, as well as the spices you chose. I chose my usual, saltpeppercayennepaprikagarlicpowder

In a small, sprayed skillet, brown the onions and then add in the garlic.

While the onions/garlic are cooking, spray a large, round skillet for your omlette.

Pour in your omlette and tilt the skillet so that it forms a nice circle. Allow it to cook ~90%

While your eggs are cooking, throw in some spinach if you used it. Don't worry, it wilts quite a bit.

When it has wilted, add in some salt/pepper

Add your veggies in a pile on one side, leaving the onion/garlic mixture, as well as any cheese for last.

Flip the empty side over the veggies, and press down slightly.

Sprinkle on some cheese, allow it to cook for 2-3 more minutes. I like to eat this with a dollop of Greek yogurt.


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