Thursday, November 11, 2010

Avocado & Spinach Omelet

My girls love for me to make them breakfast everyday before school, if I just throw together a bowl of cereal or something simple. I see their sad faces and since my twins just turned 17 years old, I am cherishing every moment as I know these mornings are numbered and before I know it they will be off to college, then off to live without their mommy and I will wish that they were back at home. So, each day I wake up I really try to be creative and innovative in making them something healthy and special. They've had this 2 more times since I originally made it, we just vary the vegetables a little depending on what we have on hand. Enjoy this delicious colorful omelet and kiss those little kidlets before they grow-up! :-)
Spinach & Avocado Omelet
2 eggs
Handful of Fresh Spinach Leaves
1 Avocado
1-2 tbsp favorite cheese (we use whatever we have on hand)

(variations: this morning we used spinach and broccoli, be creative and enjoy)

Add a little olive oil in pan and then add in the Spinach Leaves cook for 3-5 minutes until done; remove from pan. Beat eggs with salt & pepper (we use Grandma's Homemade salt recipe), place eggs into the same skillet over medium heat; swirl with spatula, then let bottom set but not brown. Flip once and the add in spinach leaves, avocado and 1-2 tbsp of cheese, fold and let cheese melt. Serve & Enjoy!

This post is linked to: Foodie Friday and Friday Potluck


  1. I'd love if you made me one of these in the morning! Yum!

  2. wow, something to try, thanks for sharing this new idea! really looks so yummy! happy weekend! :)

  3. Tina, I second Debbi; you're welcome to come on over any morning and cook me breakfast!!! In fact I'd like one of these babies right now! :) I love avocados - probably one of my favorite natural foods ever. Thanks for bringing to Friday Potluck this week ;)

  4. I love spinach with omelets. I'll admit I've tried just avocado with them and I haven't been a fan. Maybe I'd like the avocado better with the spinach though. Thanks for sharing your yummy looking recipe!


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