The beauty of the omelet is that everything works in this classic egg dish, whether you plan it out or rummage the fridge for ingredients to combine with eggs in the hours before breakfast or brunch. Enjoy making quick omelets on school days for a healthy, hearty breakfast. Try more luxurious, complex omelets for brunch on weekends.
Healthy and packed with flavors built around arugula, goat cheese, and caramelized onion, these omelets can be enjoyed for an easy meal any time of day.
This quick-and-easy egg dish is a great choice for breakfast because you can fill it with each person's favorite ingredients.
Start any day with time to spare when you make this easy baked omelet. Top with stewed tomatoes and zucchini for an extra nutritious morning meal.
To reduce cholesterol and fat from this omelet recipe, prepare it with refrigerated or frozen egg product and use reduced-fat cheese.
Toss all of your favorite omelet fillings into a slow cooker with a pound of potatoes and a dozen eggs for a savory pie-like protein for your next brunch.
Here's one omelet you can enjoy without mastering the flip. It bakes in a skillet in the oven.
Don't flip out over fussy omelets. What could be easier than this no-flip cheese, tomato, and spinach omelet that bakes in the oven?
Serve this cheddar-and-pear-filled omelet for breakfast when you have overnight guests.
Not the average omelet, this egg dish recipe is more like souffle, and it's filled with a zippy homemade Creole sauce.
Try this vegetarian egg, cheese, and artichoke dish that's low in calories and fat. If you don't have a 12-inch skillet, use an 8-inch nonstick skillet to make two smaller omelets.
This low-calorie egg breakfast is topped with a fresh, homemade relish.
These omelets are filling enough to serve for dinner. They're filled with chicken, broccoli, grapes, and cheese and topped with a creamy sauce.
The roasted poblano peppers in this two-egg omelet recipe adds a spicy but not fiery flavor that complements the coarsely chopped avocado. For an impromptu guacamole, mash the remaining avocado with prepared salsa.
This baked omelet simplifies prep and serving. After baking, cut the omelet in squares and fill with a savory stovetop filling of apples, raisins, and ham, then sprinkled with nuts.
Toss a fresh green salad to serve with this Spanish-style dinner omelet for brunch or a light supper.