quick healthy breakfastLet’s face it.  Most of us are extremely busy and don’t have enough time to make a delicious and healthy breakfast before we leap into our chaotic day.  You might not have time to make this filling ham and vegetable omelet before you start your day, but do you have time to make it on Sunday night?

Omelets, among many things, are freezable and can be warmed up in the microwave in less than a minute.  To cut down on your morning routine, make a few quick healthy breakfast omelets in advance and place them in individual sandwich bags after they have cooled down.  Freeze them and put them in the microwave for 60 seconds for a convenient and quick healthy breakfast.

Here are the basics of making a quick healthy breakfast omelet

  1. Preheat the pan on medium-low heat and add a small amount of butter to avoid sticking
  2. Whisk together 2 eggs with 2 Tablespoons of milk
  3. Pour the mixture in the pan and wait for the eggs to set
  4. Once the bottom has set, lift up each side to allow the remaining liquid to flow underneath and cook.
  5. Add ingredients and flip in half to serve

My two favorite ingredient combinations are:

  • Ham, tomato, green pepper, mozzarella cheese
  • Tomato, havarti cheese, basil pesto

Get creative with your ingredients and use up any spare vegetables or meats you may have in your refrigerator.

Lisa is an avid yoga enthusiast who enjoys writing in her spare time for USdish.com – home of usdish.com.

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Karla Bond

As a full-time career oriented mother of one, I love to chat and write about topics that matter to me in my life. My day has to starts with a cup of joe and usually ends with exhaustion. I have a passion for cross stitching and of course spending time with the kiddo. I am always on the look out for topics to write about like recipes, healthy living, and products I find fascinating.

7 Responses to Quick Healthy Breakfast Omelet Style

  1. Jayme says:

    This is a very good idea. I think I will give it a try. :)

  2. Yona says:

    Oooo – this looks tasty. I would prefer the tomato, havarti cheese, and basil pesto combo – the pesto would be something I never had on an omelet.

  3. Emily Acker says:

    This was great for me to find right now… I normally eat cereal for breakfast, but have found that it is best to start the day with something with more protein… had two eggs for breakfast this morning! :)

  4. Marti Parks says:

    I love eggs, but for some reason I never have been a big fan of the omelet. I may need to try again because this has made it sound really good. Thanks.

  5. Lisa says:

    I've always found having eggs for breakfast really fills me up until lunch time!

  6. Fiona N says:

    I love this recipe! It looks so yummy and easy to make! Eggs sometimes are boring but Omelets never :)
    Thank You So Much for sharing :-)

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