🍳 25 min
🔥 947 cal
✍️ by Taisiia Dobrozorova
Everyone knows that one of the main advantages of whole bread is the amount of dietary fiber. It contributes to satiety over time and maintains a healthy body weight. And what if we add tender spinach here, which is extremely useful for the bones? As a result, you will have a perfect dish to start your productive day!
110 g (2 pieces)
Reduced fat 2% milk
50 g (⅕ cup)
200 g (2 pieces)
50 g (2 cup)
Whole grain bread
100 g (3 slices)
3 g (¼ tsp)
Salt, Black pepper
Please follow the next steps:
Break eggs into a small bowl, add milk, salt and pepper to taste, and whisk it. Cut fresh spinach and bell pepper into thin strips.
Preheat a frying pan, add ghee to it. Pour eggs and sauté over medium heat.
As soon as the omelet is “ready” on the sides (after about 2-3 minutes), put spinach and pepper on one half. Cover with the second half and keep it on the stove for another three minutes.
Transfer the omelet to a plate and serve with a slice of bread.
Buy a pack of egg whites so you can swap a part of your whole eggs in an omelet or scrambled eggs with a substance that is less calorie-dense and richer in protein.
Choose skim milk and low-fat yogurts instead of the whole dairy to keep your calories under control.
Breakfast, Lunch, Keto, Low-carb
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