The Missing Ingredient ® Gluten-free Breakfast Omelette

It’s true what they say , breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Yet so many people don’t make time to include it in their morning ritual. Well, making a Omelette takes about 5 minutes including prep time. Besides the fact that they take a few minutes to make they are also a great way to use little bits of leftovers to craete the stuffing. Cost effective,time efficient and good for you, you gotta love that!
Follow the Breakfast Episode on the website while making your first one and I think you’ll be surprised how easy it is.
The recipe I did on the show was using mushrooms, broccoli and cheddar cheese.

The recipe below is another one of my favorites.

2 large beaten eggs
1/8 cup fresh chopped kale leaves (no stems)
1/8 cup of cooked chopped bacon
1 heaping tablespoon crumbled goat cheese (I like Chevre) IMG_2075

2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon of your favorite salsa.

1-Place a small pan over medium heat.
2-Add two tablespoons of olive oil
3-Heat oil for a few minutes.
4-Pour out excess oil
5- Add beaten eggs ( if your pan is hot enough they should start to set immediately around the edges of your pan)
6- Using a spatula pull cooked eggs towards the middle of the pan.


7- Tilt the pan to cover the uncovered pan area with the upper layer of the uncooked eggs
8- Continue step 7 until egg is cooked
9- Place you mixture of veggies and cheese on one half of the open omelette
10-Using your spatula flip the empty half over the veggie/ cheese mixture
11-Roll onto plate and garnish the top with salsa.

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