This whole egg, bacon, and veggie omelet will provide you with a great start to the day.
You can easily fill an omelet with huge amounts of nutrients by adding different healthy ingredients. From eggs to veggies to real cheeses to herbs and spices, you can feed your body a muscle building and fat burning meal that's sure to improve your health and your appearance.
I absolutely love this omelet recipe so I wanted to share this one with you.
There's an additional step that most omelet recipes don't have and that's taking this and placing it in the oven for a couple of minutes on broil. I think this really improves the taste of the entire omelet, and it's something I hope you try.
Please enjoy this recipe and take your time eating your breakfast. I would bet that most of you don't take the time to sit at your table and eat breakfast. We're always in a hurry. I do the same thing myself. When you make this recipe, take the time to sit at your table and relax. Taste the food that God has given you and thank Him for providing for all of us.
We're all very lucky to even be able to get the ingredients for this amazing breakfast meal. Enjoy and have a great day too.
Ingredients for Whole Egg, Bacon, and Veggie Omelet
– 4 Whole Eggs from Pasture-Raised Chickens
– 1 Tablespoon Butter from Grass-Fed Cows
– 1/16 Cup of Raw Milk
– 1 Teaspoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
– Dash of Hot Pepper Flakes
– 2 Slices of Bacon Nitrate-Free Chopped
– 1/4 Green Bell Pepper Chopped
– 1/4 Red Bell Pepper Chopped
– 1/4 Onion Chopped
– 1/2 Cup Spinach Leaves Organic
– 1/4 Cup Real Mozzarella Cheese
– 1/4 Cup Real Cheddar Cheese
– 1 Tablespoon Fresh Garden Salsa
Directions for Whole Egg, Bacon, and Veggie Omelet
1. Place your oven on broil and allow it to preheat while preparing the omelet.
2. Chop onions and peppers while cooking bacon strips in the microwave.
3. Chop up bacon strips into small pieces once finished cooking.
4. Mix bacon, onion, spinach, green peppers, and red peppers together in another small bowl and place to the side.
5. In a small mixing bowl, place eggs, milk, butter, and hot pepper flakes. Beat eggs and mixture with fork.
6. In a frying pan, add 1 teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil and coat pan well with olive oil. Cook egg mixture over medium heat.
7. Once eggs have solidified, add the bowl of bacon, onion, spinach, and pepper mixture to the top of the eggs.
8. Sprinkle the cheeses evenly over the eggs with the toppings while the eggs continue to cook in the frying pan.
9. Take the pan off the heat and place in your oven that is on broil. Broil for approximately 2 minutes and make sure the cheese is melted well.
10. Take the omelet out of the pan and place on plate while flipping the top half of omelet over the lower half.
11. Place fresh garden salsa on top of omelet and serve.
12. Enjoy this amazing breakfast! You now know how to cook a great omelet. The broiling really adds something extra to the omelet so I hope you enjoy.
Nutrition Facts for Whole Egg, Bacon, and Veggie Omelet
You'll find almost 900 calories in this healthy breakfast recipe. My wife and I usually split the omelet into 2 pieces as we just did this morning. She usually gives me the bigger half, though, or that's what she tells me.
You'll see that this recipe has a rather low carbohydrate content, high fat content, and high protein content. If you're looking for more carbohydrates at breakfast time, I would add some fruit on the side. Fruit is great to have for breakfast. I recommend that you cut down on the amount of fruit as the day goes on due to the sugar content.
When you take a look at the vitamin and mineral content of this healthy breakfast recipe, you'll see that this meal is very high in vitamin A and vitamin C. It's also a good source of selenium and contains many other vitamins and minerals.
This meal gives you a great start to the day and one that you can make even better by adding some other veggies, herbs, spices, and a cup of tea on the side. I also highly recommend a glass of water with lemon or lime juice squeezed into the drink.
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Other Options for the Whole Egg, Bacon, and Veggie Omelet
An omelet is great because you can add all types of different ingredients and pack it full of nutrition.
You can add pretty much anything you want.
Mushrooms are a good addition. Leafy green veggies are a good addition.
Add additional herbs and spices for a powerful nutrition punch! You can make this healthy breakfast recipe anything you want with the addition of multiple foods.
I personally love cheese so experiment with different types of cheese too. Real cheese from grass-fed cows or goats is very nutritious.
You can also add sausage to this omelet or replace the bacon with sausage. Make sure you're getting all pork products from a local farmer who cares about the food he/she is giving to you. Please support all local farmers as they are the only ones that provide us with highly nutritious foods. Without them, our food supply is horrible!
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