A One Egg Omelet – Easy Peasy!

A one egg omelet with fresh spinach, cheddar and pickled red onion…

Most omelets in restaurants seem to be 3 eggs. I’ve always made them with two eggs, but thought, hmmm… I like just one, so let me give it a whirl. Wow! It was kind of like a crepe – the thinness was awesome and it had the best flavor and texture. A one egg omelette and 1/2 of an orange was utter perfection!

I used my Caraway (this is not a sponsored post) nonstick ceramic frying pan, added a tiny bit of butter – then added my one Happy egg (ohmygosh the yokes are dark orange perfection!) to the pan where I gave it a little “whisked” lightly with my silicone spatula. Then lift the pan and move it side to side until the egg slides and covers the entire bottom of the pan (with the heat on LOW which is super important). Grab a handful of fresh spinach and sprinkle it over the top of the (almost cooked) egg, a wee bit of shredded cheddar (or your favorite) and whatever else you like – sometimes I’ll pop in a few pickled red onions because they’re amazing and pretty too! When eggs are done, flip it in half and slide it out of the pan.

Here is a reminder of a cool way to slice oranges so they’re super easy to eat – Enjoy!

👩‍💻 Until next time…


4 thoughts on “A One Egg Omelet – Easy Peasy!

      1. YUM! It’s delish, I add a little butter in a non stick pan, then crack and egg, poke it with a spatula and give it a quick stir then swirl it in the pan to coat (HEAT ON LOW!) once almost cooked add spinach (I use a lot) and a little cheese and flip it half so the cheese can melt and the spinach can wilt. #owie!


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