- CrustyCurmudgeonLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Using just the white of eggs will give you a near fat-free omelet. If you add fat free cheese and lean smoked meat it should be healthy, but I can't guarantee the taste. When I make an omelet, I always add two dashes of cayenne pepper sauce (such as Crystal or Texas Pete) per egg along with the salt. Helps the flavor.
- Dead inside♀️Lv 61 month ago
Omlette with spinach and green onion
- PatriciaLv 71 month ago
You can Google it to find out. Almost every omlette recipe i've ever seen is healthy unless there is processed cheese-like food in it. Real cheese? Ok.
- CliveLv 71 month ago
What about them? And omelettes aren't healthy. People are healthy.
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- AnnLv 71 month ago
Omelettes are very versatile. If you want it healthy, start by sauteing veggies. You can use spinach and sun dried tomatoes; add some low fat cheese. Lean ham, celery, onions and cheddar: Mushrooms, sliced potatoes. You can use regular whole eggs or liquid egg substitutes
it is my breakfast every morning, just change it up
- AntonLv 51 month ago
Yeah, they are all healthy at the Omelette & Waffle Shop, San Pedro CA, They have 80 on the menu, you can ask for anything in the house.