Easy Omelette Recipe

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Omelettes can be incredibly easy to make… and healthy, too! We enjoy them for special weekend breakfasts, and sometimes as a low carb dinner option!

I’ve been experimenting with ways to make them even healthier, and have put together a tasty combination of ingredients to make this Omelette Recipe… both Easy + Guilt-Free!



What You’ll Need {per Omelette}:

  • 2 Eggs + 1 Egg White
  • 2 tbsp. Non-Fat Milk
  • Dash of Garlic Powder
  • Dash of Crushed Rosemary Seasoning
  • 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese {I use sharp cheddar}
  • 2 cooked Turkey Sausage Links, chopped
  • 1 Green Onion, chopped
  • Red Bell Pepper, chopped
  • Mushrooms, sliced
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Salt and Pepper, to taste
  • {experiment with different vegetables you like}


What You’ll Do:

Prepare fillings for omelette so they’re ready and warm. Prepare turkey sausage per package instructions. Sautée Mushrooms and Peppers in 1 tsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil…Keep fillings warm… we’ll come back to them, but now it’s time for the eggs!

Combine Eggs, Egg White, Rosemary and Milk in bowl.

Beat until pale yellow and light and fluffy…

Add 1 tsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil to 8″ – 10″ non-stick skillet, and heat.Once skillet is hot, pour in egg mixture, and immediately turn heat to low.
Now, the secret to cooking an Omelette is to not rush it… just give it time.As omelette begins to set, lift an edge of the omelette with a spatula and tilt skillet so the runny portion can run underneath and begin to set. Repeat on opposite side.

Once omelette has set, place cheese on 1/2 {the half closest to skillet’s handle}Add sautéed veggies, green onions, and turkey sausage on top of cheese.Gently shake skillet, then tilt away from you and allow Omelette to slide…Carefully fold over remaining half of Omelette with spatula, and gently slide onto plate.

Now doesn’t that look tasty?

The crushed rosemary adds some extra coloring to the outer layer…

Now it’s time to enjoy your tasty work of art!

Serve with sour cream and/or Simply Salsa on the side.

Promise me you’ll have some napkins on hand though, because you’re gonna need them…

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6 Responses to Easy Omelette Recipe

  1. RachelV says:

    I haven't mastered the omelet yet. I try to start one, but then rush and end up making it into a scramble.

    Yours looks great!

  2. chramy says:

    My daughter made your chicken pillows recipe tonight (sans celery) and it was delish! I boiled 2 chicken breasts in water with boullion and onion powder before she shredded them. Then we used that water to boil rice for a side later. Which was good on it's own or with the gravy! YUM~

  3. UKZoe says:

    wish I could get my youngest to eat eggs, it would make life so much easier sometimes but at 15 i reckon my chances of changing that are gone. My TMTT post is the 2nd one on my page.

  4. chrissie says:

    that looks amazing….i now what im cooking in the morning

  5. chrissie says:

    ps i am already a fan of yours on FB :)

  6. We made this for dinner the other night. It was good. I like the garlic powder in it.. Gives it a good flavor! Now.. the turkey sausage… do you get the hillshire farms turkey sausage?? I was confused.
    Oh.. everyone.. don’t make this in a cast iron skillet… results will be scrambled eggs instead of an omelet… umm.. yeah.. dont ask how I know that.

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