Just about every other day I make an omelet for breakfast. They are so versatile. You can put just about anything in these protein wonders. Breakfast should be your largest meal of the day so pack it full of fresh veggies and my fav, goat cheese. Also, another tip, leave the yolk in it. Our society has this misnomer that the yolk will harm your body and eventually clog your arteries. This is absolutely false. It does the exact opposite. Instead, it assists in literally scraping the arterial walls. I’ll do a write-up on this soon enough.
Everyday Breakfast Omelet
Prep Time: 5 min.
Cook Time: 6 min.
Total Time: 11 min.
Recipe Type: Breakfast
Benefits: Iron, magnesium, protein, calcium, zinc, reduces inflammation
Lifestyle Type: Gluten Free, Low Glycemic, High Protein
*Special health benefits
**Use all organic ingredients if possible.
- 1 handful baby spinach (it shrinks a lot)
- 4 large eggs
- 1/2 vine ripe tomato
- 1 pinch cracked pepper
- 1-2 tbsp goat cheese (recommended due to the benefits)
- 1/4 cup red and/or green pepper
- 1/2 avocado (optional)
- Chop up the 1/2 tomato and grab your spinach.
- Grab the avocado, slice the avocado in half, pull out the pit, and begin scoring one-half with a knife to make little cubes.
- Fire up the stove top and set to medium heat.
- Using a stainless steel pan (don’t use non-stick), lather up the bottom and sides with coconut oil.
- In a cereal or like size bowl, mix the eggs. No ingredients yet.
- Pour the eggs into the pan and let sit until you start seeing the edges harden up.
- Season w/ the salt and pepper now.
- Add the chia/hemp seeds, tomato, spinach, goat cheese, scrape out avocado with fork or spoon, peppers
- Now let it all start melding together until the middle of the eggs begins to firm up then, using a spatula loosen areas under the omelet gently and fold in half. You’ll need to be fairly quick but gentle here to not spill out the ingredients.
- Season the top again with salt and pepper if you wish.
- Let sit for 20-30 more seconds and plate.