24 Ways To Fill An Omelet

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24 Ways To Fill An Omelet

source:  diettogo

Omelets are quick, easy and very el­e­gant.  They make a great last min­ute al­ter­na­tive to pur­chas­ing fast food.  Bet­ter yet, with the add­i­tion of bread and a sal­ad, omel­ets make an ex­treme­ly nut­rit­ious meal.

Here are  24 fil­lings to keep omelets fresh and ex­cit­ing:

  • grated cheese of any type
  • plain or herb cream cheese
  • tomatoes and onions, chopped
  • grated cheese and fresh chopped herbs
  • cheese and broccoli, cooked and drained
  • cheese and spinach, cooked and drained
  • sauteed chopped onions and green peppers
  • roasted red peppers, chopped
  • pesto (with or without grated cheese)
  • salsa (with or without grated cheese)
  • broccoli, tomato, onion and cheese
  • onions, peppers, cheddar cheese, salsa and black beans
  • onions, peppers, spinach, tomatoes, pesto and cheese
  • broccoli, imitation bacon bits and cheese
  • spinach, imitation bacon bits and feta
  • marinara sauce and cheese (go easy on the sauce)
  • imitation bacon bits, tomato and cheese
  • chopped mild chilis, imitation bacon bits, tomato and cheese
  • chili beans with cheese and onion
  • feta, spinach, tomato, olives and onion
  • chopped mild chilis and cheese
  • sliced and sauteed mushrooms
  • steamed veggies (with or without cheese)
  • cottage cheese with tomatoes and onions (add close to the end or the cottage cheese might become watery)

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Comments: 1

  1. Traci says:

    I love this post. We are big eaters of “Brinner” around here and omelets are a go-to last minute supper for us.

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