"This is my go-to breakfast every morning. Fast, easy, foolproof, customizable, and packed with protein, all for fewer calories than your average fast-food breakfast sandwich." — DONNA
Watch video tips and tricks
chopped green bell pepper
salt and ground black pepper to taste
1 (32 ounce) container
refrigerated pasteurized egg white substitute (such as Egg Beaters Whites®)
How lovely to be able to make an omelet in the microwave! I increased the vegetables a bit and sauted them in a pan-sprayed skillet before putting them in the glass loaf dish. I know, I just made more work for myself, but I like the browned flavor. Also, the Egg Beaters are kind of expensive, so I just separated a dozen eggs, which I think made about the same volume. Now I just need to figure out what to do with the yolks. Anyway, it seemed to work just fine. I also added a sprinkle of granulated garlic to the eggs along with a splash of hot sauce. I loved cooking the omelet this way. Thanks so much for the recipe, DONNA!
this sounds so yummy and easy. i can't wait to try it! and whoever made that comment about "wheres the protein" and gave this 1 star is dumb. excuse me but eggs have a ton of protein genius. dont give things a poor rating that you haven't even made. eghh
I've been doing Egg Beaters like this for a while and this definitely is "Easy" and so simple to make for a quick breakfast. Plus it's low in fat and good for you too! Since I was making this for just me I used only one cup of Egg Beaters and just eyeballed the rest of the ingredients. I also used a combination of red and green pepper along with a bit of tomato and garlic. Watch your microwave times as they do vary. Once this was done I topped it with a bit of light cheddar cheese and wrapped it in a warm tortilla for "breakfast on the go". This is a great base to add-in whatever you like and there's a number of flavors of Egg Beaters so get creative! Thanks DONNA!
This was so easy yet delicious. I used a round glass baking dish so after I folded it, it was in the shape of an omelette. I added onion, bell peppers and spinach. I didn't need to feed four, just myself, so I used just enough liquid egg white to cover the bottom of the dish, it took about 3 minutes to cook. This way of cooking an omellette will be in my permanent cookbook! Thanks.
Yum! I've been slacking on sticking to Egg Beaters (they are so expensive!) But Trader Joe's sells them for a reasonable price, so I picked some up, and was thrilled to find this recipe. I omitted the mushrooms, salt, green peppers, and pepper, and added roasted red peppers, fresh minced garlic, red pepper flakes, green onion, and sprinkled freshly grated provolone cheese on top.I love the convenience of using the microwave for this, too! Thanks so much, Donna!
Surprise! You CAN cook in a microwave! I was a little skeptical about that, but this dish turned out very nice. Used a round, glass baking dish and garnished with fresh tomatoes and green onions. This is a make-again recipe. Loved it!
Very good and fast. I cut up the items we like in the omelet, and made up individual small containers with the veggies and or meat in them and all I had to do was make it, so it really cut down the prep time for this. Thanks for the great recipe.
Wow! I made 2 banana na pies and had 8 egg whites leftover. I made this and added Canadian bacon, green chilies and popped it in a mini bread loaf pan. A few minutes in the nuker and I turned it into a grilled egg n cheese sammie!Truely fast food!Thanks Donna for making a busy morning run a bit smoother:)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Egg White Omelet
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
Savory squares of baked eggs, mushrooms, olives, ham, jalapenos, and cheese.
Watch Chef John make scrumptious scrambled eggs with leftover lobster meat.
This is fuss-free food at its finest.