Healthy Breakfast Recipe: 3-Veggie Omelet With Goat Cheese
Eat This Veggie Omelet For Lots Of Protein & Plenty Of Other Nutrients!
Have you ever found a recipe that looked AMAZING… only to sadly realize that you didn’t have the right ingredients? 🙁
Of course, you could go to the grocery store and grab those extra ingredients. But sometimes you just don’t have time to go to the grocery store right then… or you just plain don’t want to.
(I personally try not to make more than one grocery store trip per week… so going back again and again… to get more ingredients for more recipes… is a real pain that I don’t want to deal with.)
And if it’s breakfast time and you realize you don’t have all of the right ingredients… especially on a busy morning before work… you’re more likely to abandon the recipe than to go to the store.
That’s why this 3-veggie omelet recipe is so amazing.TRENDING: Science Reveals Easy, No-Workout Ways to Lose Weight… While You Snooze!
The recipe calls for three vegetables (as the name of the recipe suggests, haha)… so if you happen to have those veggies already on hand, great!
But if you don’t have those specific veggies… no worries! Just sub in whatever vegetables you DO already have in your kitchen.
No matter what vegetables you use, this omelet is absolutely delicious… and is the perfect healthy, nutritious, and protein-packed start to the day.
Here’s how to do it:
FTH’s 3-Veggie Omelet With Goat Cheese
- 4 eggs
- ¼ cup whole milk
- 1 cup sliced zucchini
- 4 small fresh onions, chopped
- 1 cup fresh baby spinach
- ¼ cup goat cheese
- Salt/pepper to taste
- Whisk together those eggs, milk, salt, and pepper while you heat up the pan. (Add some olive oil so nothing sticks!) Stir until mixed (about 3 minutes).
- Add your zucchini, onions, and spinach to the hot pan. Look for the zucchini and onions to be soft and clear, respectively, and for the spinach to become wilted. At this point, take the zucchini, onions, and spinach out and put the veggie mixture into a little bowl.
- Put the egg mixture into the pan, and cook until you can’t see anymore liquid. Grab a plate for the eggs and add the veggie mix on top.
- Throw some goat cheese on there and you are good to go!
How Eggs Can Boost Your Health
No matter which vegetables you use in this recipe, you’re getting a TON of great nutrients in this recipe.
That’s because the eggs alone—the key ingredient to any omelet—are full of nutrients and health benefits! So any nutrients in the veggies are just the “icing on top,” so to speak.TRENDING: Women Who Eat These 3 Cheeses Are Losing Pounds of Stubborn Belly Fat (Research Proven)
One single egg contains several important vitamins and nutrients, including:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B5
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin K
All of this makes eggs one of the most nutritious foods you can find!
In addition, eggs contain antioxidants. These antioxidants, lutein and zeaxanthin, are great for your eye health.
Part of the reason eggs are so filling is that they are high in protein. A single egg contains 6 grams of protein.
Eating enough protein helps you stay feeling full… aids in weight loss… can increase muscle mass… and lower blood pressure.
While some people may worry about eggs and cholesterol… studies have shown that eating up to three whole eggs per day is safe for your health. (And eating more than three isn’t necessarily bad—it just hasn’t been studied yet!)BRAND-NEW: 5 “Living Nutrients” That Can Trigger Rapid Fat Loss!
So start your day off with lots of protein… vitamins… and nutrients—the delicious way! Dress up these eggs with whichever vegetables you like, and then top the omelet with goat cheese for a perfect healthy breakfast.
Why You Shouldn’t Leave The Cheese Off This Recipe (And How It Can Help You Burn More Fat)
For me, the “pièce de résistance” of this recipe is the goat cheese. It has that distinct, savory flavor and creamy texture that balance so well with the veggie-filled omelet.
In fact, scientific studies have found that certain cheeses can actually help your body burn MORE fat!
(Including one popular pasta topping I’m guessing you may already have at home… click here to see what it is.)
So in addition to topping this delicious omelet with some goat cheese… you might want to consider adding a bit of cheese to a few of your other meals, too.
And I’m not talking about those “low-fat” or “low-calorie” diet cheeses (that taste more like rubber than actual cheese 🙁 ).