Enjoy our favorite healthy omelet recipes—perfect for a hearty start to the day, weekend brunch, or breakfast-for-dinner dish.
Originating in France, omelets can be easily adapted to suit any taste—fill with seasonal vegetables, meats, or a variety
of cheeses. Here, our favorite omelet recipes offer an array of flavors and tastes for a meal (anytime of day) that everyone
First up is our Classic French Omelet, the perfect way to start off any morning. The trick to a perfect French omelet is to pull the pan off the heat as needed, while stirring, to control how fast the eggs cook. The finished omelet should be golden outside and unbrowned, while still creamy at the very center.
View Recipe: Classic French Omelet
This omelet delivers the classic diner-style overstuffed package brimming with bell peppers, ham, and cheese--perfect for
a light breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
View Recipe: Western Omelet
Full of flavor and ready in just 10 minutes, this omelet is the perfect, healthy breakfast option for even the busiest of
View Recipe: Omelet with Turmeric, Tomato, and Onions
An omelet makes for a quick and easy dinner, but it doesn't have to be boring. Gooey mozzarella, vibrant sage, and a generous
hit of red pepper make this a standout dish.
View Recipe: Mozzarella Omelet with Sage and Red Chile Flakes
Overflowing with potato, goat cheese, spinach, and mushrooms, the textures of this hearty garden omelet will leave you wanting
View Recipe: Quick Garden Omelet
A tender omelet gains a salty boost from goat cheese without adding too much sodium. Serve with seedy whole-grain toast and
fresh fruit for a hearty brunch.
View Recipe: Herb and Goat Cheese Omelet
Use a mix of seasonal varieties or your favorite mushrooms to fill this classic French-style omelet. If your pan becomes too
hot and the eggs begin to set too quickly, simply lift the pan off the heat to slow the cooking as you stir. Garnish with
fresh flat-leaf parsley sprigs for a pretty presentation, and serve with fresh fruit.
View Recipe: Wild Mushroom Omelet
Black beans and cheddar make for a southwestern-inspired hearty omelet filling, but feel free to vary this recipe by using
kidney beans or Monterey Jack cheese instead. Made to feed two, this omelet is perfect to share with your special someone
or split amongst the kids for Sunday brunch.
View Recipe: Southwestern Omelet
This satisfying entrée for one is good for any meal, from breakfast to dinner. Serve with fruit salad for a well-rounded meal.
View Recipe: Omelet with Summer Vegetables
Bursting with flavor and savory ingredients, this omelet is filling and easy to make. Tip: If your vegetable mixture leaves
some liquid in the pan, wipe it dry with a paper towel before adding the egg mixture.
View Recipe: Mushroom and Bell Pepper Omelet
Add whole fresh strawberries and whole wheat toast for an easy weekend brunch or light supper during the week.
View Recipe: Onion and Fresh Herb Omelet with Mixed Greens