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Easy Dinner Idea Veggie Omelet Recipe

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Veggie Omelet Recipe
Veggie Omelet Recipe

Today we are sharing a Veggie omelet recipe. Omelets are so versatile because you can easily just use what you have on hand and have dinner ready in a flash. Omelets are also a very Weight Watchers friendly meal you can eat any time of the day. This one has nothing but eggs and veggies so it’s 0 Freestyle SmartPoints. Just like many families, we are busy. Sometimes, dinner is the last thing on my mind after work, so we have several go to quick and cheap meals. Breakfast for dinner has always been a favorite choice. It’s a nice way to change things up because breakfast around the table in the morning is unheard of in this home. Finding ways to feed your family good food that doesn’t cost a lot is one of my favorite things to do. This Veggie omelet recipe is a lifesaver. If I haven’t time to meal plan or those plans get botched, I can always grab some eggs and make veggie omelets for dinner. (or lunch) The best part about veggie omelets is they can be customized. Let each person pick their veggies, they can add more or less of each kind and get exactly what they want. You can add cheese or meat if veggies aren’t enough to satisfy a hungry crowd.

Veggie Omelet Recipe

Veggie Omelet Recipe
Veggie Omelet Recipe

First, you will want to chop any fresh veggies you have on hand. You can even use leftover cooked vegetables. Crack your eggs in a bowl and season with salt and pepper if desired. The beat lightly. Heat olive oil or use non-stick cooking spray in a small skillet. If you only have a larger skillet, you can easily double your eggs and make two omelets at one time. Add veggies and saute until tender. Add beaten eggs. Cook over medium heat until set. Flip over and cook thoroughly. Add cheese if desired, fold over and serve. Another bonus, this is a one pan meal! Easy to make and easy to clean up is a double winner. What is your favorite veggie omelet ingredient?  

Yield: 1 or 2

Easy Dinner Veggie Omelet Recipe

Easy Dinner Veggie Omelet Recipe
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • Add any vegetables or meats you desire. This is what we used this week.
  • 1 tsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil or non-stick spray to frying pan.
  • Bell Pepper
  • Fresh Spinach
  • Onion
  • Broccoli
  • Mushrooms
  • 1 oz shredded cheese.

Instructions

  1. Chop veggies into bite size pieces.
  2. Heat olive oil in small frying pan.
  3. Add chopped veggies and saute until soft. (approx 3 to 4 minutes).
  4. Whip egg in small bowl and pour over veggie mix.
  5. Cook until medium set (3 minutes) and flip over.
  6. Continue to cook until desired firmness. 
  7. Add cheese if desired. Fold in half, eat and enjoy!

Nutrition Information

Yield

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 124Saturated Fat 4gCholesterol 22mgSodium 180mgCarbohydrates 1gProtein 6g

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I love breakfast for supper, but I often don't think about an omelet! Great idea.

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Friday 1st of November 2013

We love making breakfast for dinner, too, but usually it's one of our most time-consuming meals because the family wants pancakes or waffles or French Toast, and those all cook one at a time. ;)

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