Omelets Made Easy

Filed under: General Health, Nutrition

Anyone who knows me knows that I absolutely love my omelet for breakfast. I eat the same omelet usually about 6 mornings per week for breakfast, I just love it that much. I have mastered my technique for rapid omelet making, and I am also known for eating quite rapidly when I am hungry, so overall I make and eat my omelet within 15-20 minutes (this also includes an Ezekiel English muffin with natural peanut butter and a banana).

Now I have always made the time in my morning preparation to eat this omelet. I did this even in college. A lot of people though, aren’t willing to sacrifice 10 measly minutes of sleep to make and eat this omelet rather than a bowl of cereal or a Pop-tart. Fortunately for those of you, a client of mine has come up with a brilliant solution.

We will call this client “Pete”. Pete is notorious for being one of the world’s slowest eaters, and he isn’t much of a cook either, so making and consuming an omelet traditionally-made took him roughly an hour every morning. Which is ridiculous. So Pete decided to do something about it.

Using his Magic Bullet, Pete blended up his 5 omega-3 eggs and 1 cup of mixed frozen peppers and onions and a tablespoon or two of salsa while his pan was heating. He then tossed the blended concoction onto the pan, which cooked much faster now that it didn’t have to heat full chunks of frozen veggies. He was able to cut his cooking time in half.

Now that his omelet was nice and smooth with minimal veggie chunks to chew, Pete was able to eat his omelet much faster as well. His new cooking and eating time was now about 25-30 minutes (including an Ezekiel English muffin with natural peanut butter and a banana, yes he eats the same breakfast as me), which for Pete is practically a world record.

This has been a huge morning saver for him, allowing those few extra minutes of sleep he craves, as well as giving him more time to make the rest of his meals for the day before heading off to work. With a little dedication, even the least likely of us can succeed.

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Posted on January 19th, 2010 by Brian St. Pierre

3 Comments

  1. Richard Says:

    That is one amazing looking omlette.

    Recipe stolen :)

  2. Steph Says:

    It’s my low carb day and I almost attacked my MacBook when I saw the picture of the Ezekial english muffin.

    I’ve become an egg lover since that’s the only thing you’ll let me eat for breakfast during my 28 days of your version of WSFL.

  3. Eric Lagoy Says:

    I can relate to this post. As a college grad student every morning is a struggle and I finally devised a system that gets me a healthy breakfast in before the day starts. I wake up and the first thing i do is toss in the veggies (already chopped from the night before) into a pan and let them cook while I brush my teeth. Then I toss the eggs in and toast some bread if I’m carbing up that day and go and get dressed and pack my backpack up. I come back and spend about 1 minute putting the finishing touches on the omelete and enjoy. Once you get the timing down and prepare properly the cooking processes really doesn’t take much time or effort.

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