Awesome Veggie Omelet Recipe

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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).

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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?


Amount Item
4 Pasture raised eggs
¼ cup Coconut milk*
1 small Organic onion
Half Organic green pepper
1/3 cup Chopped organic broccoli
¾ teaspoon Pink sea salt
¼ teaspoon Ground black pepper
1/8 teaspoon Paprika
1 ounce Goat Cheese
2 tbsp Raw 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.



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

Calories Fat (g) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Sugar (g) Protein (g)
264 20.5 6 2 3 16




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