French omelettes are a dieter’s dream. The are quick to make, can be stuffed with vegetables and are great for breakfast, lunch or dinner! This is a basic 21 day fix approved cheese and tomato omelette recipe that can be adapted as you like. I sometimes add in a layer of spinach leaves to melt with the cheese and tomatoes to get in my dark leafy greens! You can make this more of a meal by adding chopped chicken or turkey.
Additionally, you could split it in two to serve two people and each have a half on a slice of toast. Remember that this would change the container amounts, so adjust accordingly.
Also, feel free to change up the veggie types. You might prefer to make this an onion and pepper omelette instead. This is a very basic omelette but works great with the 21 day fix nutrition program.
What Equipment Do I Need?
The most important thing about making an omelette is having a high quality non-stick pan. If you don’t have this, you won’t be able to make a proper omelette. It will be nearly impossible to flip and you’ll end up turning the omelette into scrambled eggs. I have this pan which heats up in the middle and lets you know when it is full hot and ready to fry. That way, you won’t overcook either side of the omelette.
Also remember to flip the omelette BEFORE adding any vegetables and cheese. A lot of people forget this step and throw the veggies on the uncooked egg. You need to wait 2-3 minutes before flipping the omelette and then layer half the side with the cheese and vegetables.
I hope you enjoyed this omelette variation. You can click here for more 21 day fix recipes and snack ideas!