Healthy breakfast ideas: spinach omelette

I went to my brother’s house once and saw him eating a spinach omelette. I was surprised at how delicious it was and now,

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it’s something I also like to make. Besides, it’s an easy way to squeeze in my daily vegetable needs.

For my spinach omelette, I usually use:

  1. 1 egg (± 70 calories)
  2. A handful of sliced spinach (±7 calories)
  3. 1/2 Green bell pepper (±12 calories)
  4. 1 small onion (±30 calories)
  5. 1 small tomato (±16 calories)
  6. A dash of salt
  7. A dash of pepper

Spinach omelette

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Total calories = A delicious 135 calories

I eat my spinach omelette with a slice of whole wheat bread. With a slice of bread, the calorie count goes up to about 255 calories (depending on how many calories are in your bread). If you’re on a low carb diet, you can skip the bread and add an extra egg.

What other breakfast ideas do you have?

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This article has 4 Comments

  1. I Absolutely welcome fun ways to make my veggies less boring, and noticed there’s been this rave about spinach lately. But I’m confused about what it really is or looks like. I’m a Nigerian girl who leaves in the eastern part of Nigeria and there are 2 different leaves I’ve heard people refer to as spinach (1) is the one we call “Water-leaf” and (2) is the One we call “Green” which is often used in making Our local yam porridge. So plz can I get any help on what spinach really is?

    1. Ashley, I also love making my veggies interesting. ‘Greens’ are actually a type of spinach. Other species of Spinach you can find in Nigeria are called ‘Shokoyokoto’ or ‘Efo tete’ by the Yorubas.

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