Nov 25, 2008

Egg Omelet with Broccoli and Cheddar - 3 pts





This is a great way to use left over broccoli. This tastes so delicious, no one would know it's good for you!


Broccoli and Cheddar Egg White Omelet
  • 4 egg whites
  • cooked broccoli
  • 1 oz reduced fat cheddar cheese
  • Pam
  • salt and pepper
In a medium non-stick skillet, heat pan on medium-low.
In a small bowl, beat egg whites and season with salt and pepper. Heat leftover broccoli in microwave until hot.
Once pan is hot, spray a light coat of Pam to coat the pan. Pour in eggs and rotate the pan slightly so the eggs coat the bottom of the pan. Let the eggs cook a few minutes so they set, rotating the pan again if any egg remains uncooked, then place broccoli and cheese in the center and fold sides over. If you have extra broccoli and cheese left, place on top of omelet and transfer onto a plate.

14 comments :

  1. Looks yummy! I'll have to try that WW cheese.

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  3. mmmm, this looks soooooo good Gina. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  4. Do you know the points plus value for this recipe?

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  5. What is the points plus value for this?

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  6. How much broccoli?

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  7. What's the calorie count? How many servings? Looks yummy!

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  8. Looks sooooooooooooooo good!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  9. Yea where's the nutritional count on this recipe? Oh well..trying this in the AM!

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  10. This was one of my first recipes here, I will update all the info.

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  11. Can you include calories, etc. Thank you!

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  12. Do you have the nutritional information for this?

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