Cream Cheese Spinach Omelette
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Cook until able to flip egg. Spread cream cheese mixture onto cooked side of egg. Wait 30 seconds to ensure the other side of the egg is cooked, fold in half, wait 1 minute to melt cream cheese mixture. Remove from heat, serve.
Toasted sesame seed oil is VERY strong tasting. Be sure not to use any more than necessary or it will overpower the taste of the omelette. Just brushing it on the bottom of the pan will suffice. This is a great low carb breakfast!
Mr Breakfast would like to thank kimber177 for this recipe.
Recipe number 1078. Submitted 9/30/2003.
Comments About This Recipe
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You can skip the cream cheese and this still tastes great.
Comment submitted: 1/24/2013 (#15102)
From David & Goliath
AMAZING! Good for relaxation time and on the go. Go ahead and try this omelet yourself, you will fall out of your seat!
Comment submitted: 6/13/2012 (#14056)
Added green onion and red pepper flakes! Salt and pepper to taste! Great way to open up breakfast for my diet!
Comment submitted: 4/27/2012 (#13847)
From angie k.
It's best if you wilt the spinach just a little first to make it more tender. Just put it in a covered sauce pan on medium heat with just a Tablespoon or two of water. Pat the spinach dry before adding to the omelet. It's really good.
Comment submitted: 1/17/2012 (#13441)
This is really good. I added green onion and tomatoes to the eggs. I will use this recipe again!
Comment submitted: 6/2/2011 (#12744)
From dlsechrist (Team Breakfast Member)
I would also like to thank Kimber177 for this recipe. It is very good. I even like spinach cooked this way. Thanks!
Comment submitted: 5/13/2011 (#12678)
I absolutely love this recipe! It's one of my breakfast favorites when I actually have time to cook. It's simple, yet delicious! :D
Comment submitted: 1/21/2011 (#11961)
From M. Andy
Awesome recipe. Great filling. Easy to make.
Comment submitted: 10/18/2010 (#11414)
This was really good. Thanks for the recipe.
Comment submitted: 10/11/2010 (#11365)
From slim journey
I thought it was very good and a nice variation. Add a little water to your eggs when beating for a light and fluffy omelet. I salt and peppered mine. I calculated it at 4 carbs: .39 per egg, 1.5 for cream cheese and 1.7 for spinach.
Comment submitted: 3/21/2010 (#10110)
This was awesome!!!
Comment submitted: 3/20/2010 (#10105)
Not trying to offend anyone, but there is nothing healthy about using a microwave.
Comment submitted: 3/9/2010 (#10007)
I am very disappointed that you do not present the net carbs. I would never use a recipe that does not give the net carb total.
Comment submitted: 2/26/2010 (#9917)
From A. O. C.
I substituted the cream cheese for 1/4 of a tomato (diced) coupled with a teaspoon of ketchup to make it smoother. I also microwaved the egg instead of frying it as a healthier alternative. I must say, this was really pleasing to both the tastebuds and the tummy. Thanks for the wonderful idea.
Comment submitted: 2/5/2010 (#9626)
This was good. I used 3 eggs per omelet. Also used cooking spray. Wish I had sesame seed oil. that sounds good.
Comment submitted: 11/24/2009 (#9098)
This is totally great. Everyone should eat this!
Comment submitted: 11/18/2009 (#9053)
From zcapen (Team Breakfast Member)
I used chopped Spring salad mix from a bag and honey walnut cream cheese. It was all I had when I came upon this recipe. My taste buds are still reaching a verdict.
Comment submitted: 11/6/2009 (#8986)
From ajwilson26 (Team Breakfast Member)
I added a handful of crumbled turkey bacon and some finely chopped onion to the cream cheese and spinach. AWESOME!!!
Comment submitted: 1/18/2009 (#7390)
I used egg beaters and low cal cream cheese for a low calorie meal....DELICIOUS!
Comment submitted: 1/14/2009 (#7362)
From Snagg (Team Breakfast Member)
Instead of regular cream cheese, I used some deli cream cheese with minced roasted vegetables (onions, garlic, cukes, carrots, etc) already blended in, added a shot of WHITE pepper and a dash of celery salt - KAZART! Even better, believe it or not....
Comment submitted: 8/10/2008 (#6099)
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