Healthy omelets are filling and satisfying and great for a Sunday morning. When eating such an omelet for breakfast or brunch, you can make it through the day until dinner.
Last Sunday morning I prepared a turkey and kitchen garden omelet for Hubs and me. The ground turkey was a left over. I went out to the herb and veggie garden just outside my kitchen and got a mini green bell pepper, a few basil leaves, and a couple of tomatoes from my Roma tomato plant. The Coconut Oil began to sizzle on the griddle, and the bell pepper and tomatoes were added first. Next I added about 1/4 yellow onion, diced, and chopped up two handfuls of fresh spinach. The ground turkey and a handful of sharp cheddar cheese (the real thing, but you can use veggie cheese or low-fat cheese if you prefer) were mixed in with all the vegetables. Then I cracked open five eggs and cooked them on the griddle. Folding over the mixture for two delicious omelets, breakfast was nearly ready. The only thing left to do was put the waffles in the toaster.
Gluten-free waffles have become one of my favorite breakfast foods to keep in the freezer. Use sugar-free syrup and real butter (enough to taste). Waffles and omelets make a hearty Sunday breakfast.