May 1, 2015

Blueberry Cream Cheese Omelet



Low Carb Blueberry Cream Cheese Omelet


Ok ya'll, I've been obsessed with making blueberry omelets lately and for those of you who need this in your life too, I thought i'd share this super simple 3 ingredient recipe for this oh so delicious "Sweet Omelet."
For me, breakfast usually involves eggs so I really try to keep it interesting. On this particular day I was craving something sweet, but I didn't want to fool with any low carb baking and so that is how the "Sweet Omlete" was born! Hope you enjoy it as much as I do :)


Ingredients
-2 eggs
-2 tablespoons softened cream cheese
-Handful of blueberries (you can experiment with other berries here as well! Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries...yum!)


Directions

1. Combine the softened cream cheese and the eggs and mix with a fork. It'll still be lumpy...that's ok.

2. Pour the egg/cream cheese mixture into a greased frying pan on medium heat and then add your blueberries. 



3. Let the eggs set up pretty well before flipping. Many of your blueberries are going to break and ooze and that's OK. That's called awesomeness! Watch it close so it doesn't burn. 

4. When both sides are cooked through, fold over omelet style and transfer to plate. Sometimes I add a sprinkle of Stevia, but if you've added enough blueberries you may not even need the extra sweetener. 

*NOTE: In the fruit world, berries are the lowest carb options, which is why I recommend using berries for your "Sweet Omelet." 


Happy Low Carbing! 

Low Carb Blueberry Cream Cheese Omelet














17 comments:

  1. looks Amazing!! Thanks so much for these great recipes...

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  2. Mean and rotten comments? I have NO idea why anyone would do that to you! GREAT recipe! Do you have a Facebook page I can follow?
    As the owner of a low-carb website and Facebook group with quite a large following I am always looking for talent like yours!

    Not sure I like the "I am not a robot" hoops I just had to go through though... =(

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    1. Sorry about the robot verification, but I get hundreds of spam comments so that filters at least some of them out. It's a necessary evil I guess you could say. I appreciate your comment though..thank you :), And yes I do have a FB page...You can find me there under Sugar Free Like Me.

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  3. I'm just starting out with low carb eating and your blog has been a great guide! I've already referenced your shopping list a bunch and love your meal and snack ideas. I made this blueberry omelet this morning and loved it! I was craving a bakery-type treat and this hit the spot-- I added just a bit of cinnamon, too, and really liked that. Thanks for all of your low carb wisdom!!

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  4. Oh, my goodness! Just made this for breakfast and it was delicious! Going to be a new regular item on my menu! I added a dash of vanilla and cinnamon and 2 drops of liquid stevia. Thank you!

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  5. What...what?!?! You're blowing my mind right now!!! I truly think you are playing a role in saving my life! I'm diabetic and no matter what I did I couldn't get my numbers where they are supposed to be. Then I stumbled across your site. My numbers are improving and you are opening my eyes to a whole new world of food!! THANK YOU!!!!!!

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  6. I had these for brunch this morning. My 17 year old was making all kinds of faces. Now mine didn't look at pretty because my blueberries were frozen so I nuked them for about 20 seconds along with my cream cheese to soften them up. Even though this made the dish all purply-green, I think it tasted fabulous and got the blueberry flavor throughout! Definitely a keeper! Thanks for the great idea, I would have never thought about going sweet with my omelettes! I crave sweet for breakfast so that helped a lot!

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  7. How do I follow you? I've never wanted to follow a blog before. I'm so impressed by what I've read tonight that I want to stay close. Heard about you from another LCHF site. Thank you, you're helping people so much!

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    1. Why thank you, what a compliment :)! I have a "follow by email" option on the right side bar. You can also follow me via BlogLovin'.

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  8. I am totally loving your blog which I came across about a week ago. I'm 7 days into this and I feel like I am cheating all the time because the food is so yummy!! Is this really going to work? I think I'm down about 2-3 lbs, not sure - but I am sticking to it. I am sticking to diet coke/vodka if I have to take clients out to drink (I do a lot of client dinners for my job), so I hope this is my best choice. If you have other thoughts let me know. I am excited!!

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  9. Made this tonight and love it! Thanks for the recipes!

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  10. Do you think frozen berries would work , or should i stick to fresh ?

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  11. I love blueberry....pie. When the berries are cooked with sugar. I've tried to eat fresh blueberries but they are just so tart and sour I don't enjoy them. Do you have any ideas for sweetening up the blueberries before they go in the omelet?

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  12. My family and i are just embarking on the low carb and sugar free life and i just came across your blog on pinterest. I have to say OMG evrything looks tasty. Ib love that you make real food with real ingredients i can find at the grocery store. This omlet is my new breakfast obsession lol

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  13. I want to kiss you! I absolutely hate egg flavor or anything eggy with few exceptions, such as quiche. When I told hubby what I wanted for breakfast he looked at me VERY confused LOL. I love it, it's SO good and not eggy! Thank you for sharing a way that I am able to enjoy eggs.

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  14. This looks so yummy I cannot wait to try!

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  15. I am so excited to try this recipe! I just got released from the hospital after having chest pains, which they couldn't find a reason for. But I know I need to get my weight down, and I want to do it eating delicious food!

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Thanks for visiting, I love hearing from you, however it still always surprises me how many mean and rotten comments I receive, so please remember that I post what I eat merely as a suggestion of ideas for others. Low carbing is not cut and dry. What works for me may or may not work for you. Also, I live exclusively low carb, but I don't live my life counting them so I don't often include the net carb counts on recipes. Happy low carbing ya'll! :)

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