Awesome Veggie Omelet Recipe

Ah the egg – once deemed by society to be perfect food. It has everything you need to build a strong body: protein, healthy fat, and some cholesterol. Poor misguided souls have been ill-advised about dietary cholesterol, as it’s needed by our body to make hormones. Good hormones = a good body (remember that).

the awesome omelet!

So what happens when you take the perfect food and combine it with some veggies? You get one awesome omelet recipe! This recipe isn’t for everyone though; it’s slightly higher in calories than the usual meal serving. That’s not a bad thing per se, it’s just that this type of omelet would be good for:

-If you’ve been following a low calorie diet and need to cycle a high calorie day in to keep your metabolism going

-You’re an athlete training 8-12 hours a week and thus need a high calorie intake

-You’re trying to put on lean mass

If none of these apply to you, then simply cut the recipe in half. Ready to make an awesome omelet?


4Pasture raised eggs
¼ cupCoconut milk*
1 smallOrganic onion
HalfOrganic green pepper
1/3 cupChopped organic broccoli
¾ teaspoonPink sea salt
¼ teaspoonGround black pepper
1/8 teaspoonPaprika
1 ounceGoat Cheese
2 tbspRaw butter


*This coconut milk is found in a can (not the carton stuff…you don’t want that). You can usually spot them in the international section of your grocer.



1Melt a tablespoon of butter in a skillet. Once butter melts, place veggies on skillet and cook lightly, around 3 minutes
2Crack eggs in bowl and beat. Then add salt, pepper, paprika, and coconut milk.
3Remove veggies from heat and set side. In the same skillet, melt another tablespoon of butter. Add the egg mixture when the butter melts
4After eggs start to settle, lift the edges of the omelet up slightly until the center looks slightly dry
5Add cheese and veggies to the center of the egg and gently fold the edge over. Let it cook for 2-3 minutes and then enjoy!



Nutrition Info (serving size: half the omelet)

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