Adventures in Healthier Eating with 2 Kids and a Picky Husband

My 6 Minute Omelet – Video Post

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I’ve been keeping a food journal on Instagram (click here to check it out) and people are starting to see my almost daily omelets. It’s true, I’m obsessed. Honestly, right now I’m really only eating 1 of 2 things in the morning, eggs or oatmeal. Both are amazingly versatile and can be prepared so many different ways, I’ll never, ever get bored.

In this 6 minute video I share how I make most of my omelets. As I say, the fillings are completely customizable, easy to keep on hand, and the egg cooks up in minutes. You’ll be eating a warm breakfast in no time. Actually, that’s not true, you’ll be eating one in 6 minutes. ;)

Photo Step By Step Tips

Make sure your pan is big enough. A good 9-10 inch non-stick for a 2 egg omelet works great!

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 1

Spray it with non-stick spray and preheat the pan over medium-high heat.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 2

Saute your fillings. Some of my favorites include onion, peppers, broccoli, spinach, kale, mushrooms, ham,nd bacon bits.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 3

While the fillings are browning, whisk 2 eggs with a pinch of salt and pepper.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 4

You can leave the fillings in the pan for the next step but I like to remove them.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 5

Re-spray the skillet with the non-stick spray and add the egg.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 6

Pop the bubbles, swirl the egg around the pan and run a spatula around the edges. After about 30 seconds add the filling back in on one side.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 7

Fold over and cook a few more seconds.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 8

Flip, shut off the heat and let it sit in the pan for a minute.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 9

Slide onto a plate.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 10

And enjoy.

My 6 Minute Omelet  - step 11

Note: To cut down the fat, points, and some of the calories, replace 1 egg with 2 egg whites.

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 2 egg omelet minus fillings which don’t add much
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
145 10g 0g old: 4 new: 4
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
1g 3g 1g 13g

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    November 7, 2012

    AWWWWHHHH!!! Evan is SO stinkin cute! I just love watching him watch you and when he waved at the end...oh the grin on his face was just adorable! I make omelets just like you! I use a smaller pan and one egg though because lately eating 2 eggs at a time gives me an upset stomach. Not sure what that's all about...maybe it's because I'm getting old? (40)

    Trish @I_am_Succeeding

    November 7, 2012

    MMMMMMMM good looking breakfast Roni!


    November 7, 2012

    Beautifully done! Thanks for the motivation and a peek at your darling son!

    Kathleen Praznowski

    November 9, 2012

    Roni, Thanks for this! Do you use organic eggs? BTW what is your take on organics in general? I am reading a lot of confliciting articles these days. I am always trying to keep to a food budget and was wondering where you fall on this one? Thaks again for everything I have followed you for years. (Side note: I gave your cookbook to 4 people for Christmas last year and they love it). Cheers- Kathleen


    November 20, 2012

    You are so welcome! I don't always buy organic but I did start getting my eggs from a local farm when I can. I haven't hopped on the organic bandwagon, I try to focus more on local and fresh. Organic is a bonus but not something I HAVE to have. Thanks for the cookbook feedback, that's awesome!


    December 12, 2012

    I don't know about organic eggs vs. farm eggs (here in Chile are about the same thing, but I can imagine how they can not be the same thing in a country were an "organic" label costs you moree bucks than the regular thing) but farm eggs are far more superior. The yummy, almost buttery taste. The orange, bright and huge yolk. The sticky and firm egg white. The greenish/blue colour of the egg shell. I love farm's eggs :)


    April 27, 2013

    Thank you!!! I have been scouring the internet for MONTHS trying to figure out how to cook an omelette. It either comes out runny and burnt, or more like scrambled egg. You are a genius. I'm going to go and look at the rest of your website now =) ♥


    June 5, 2013

    Thanks for such a great video. I stopped making omelets because I was having problems with them coming out correctly, but when I did it your way, I got a perfect product! Yummy! Thanks for the tips!