How-To Make A Really Good Omelette | Easy Breakfast Recipe

Learn Dani’s no-fail technique for how-to make an omelet (in just 5 minutes).
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1-2 teaspoons of coconut oil, butter, or olive oil*
2 large eggs, beaten
a pinch of salt and pepper
2 tablespoons shredded cheese

Crack to eggs in a small bowl and beat with a fork until mixed well.

Heat an 8-inch non stick skillet over a medium low heat.

Melt the oil or butter in the pan and swirl it around to coat the bottom of the pan.

Add eggs to the pan and season with salt and pepper.

Gently move the egs around the pan as they begin to set up. I like to pull the edges of the eggs towards the center of the pan, allowing the loose eggs to spill over.

Continue until your eggs have set up and you have a thin layer of loose egg on the top of the omelet.

Add cheese to one half of the omelette and fold the omelette onto itself to create a half moon.

Slide out of the pan and enjoy.

*Never use a non stick cooking spray in your non-stick skillets. They will ruin your pans. Instead stick to a pat of butter or oil.

Nutrients per omelette: Calories: 235; Total Fat: 18.1g; Saturated Fat: 8.5g; Cholesterol: 395mg; Sodium 200mg, Carbohydrate: 0g; Dietary Fiber: 0g; Sugars: 0g; Protein: 15.5g

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Keziah Wood says:

Omlete flavors please

M James says:

Those were excellent tips. My omelettes never come out right, they always brown on the bottom. I would love to see more omelette recipes. Thank you.

SassyBashir says:

Yumm, that looks really good Dani, thank you.. I’ve not seen eggs that yellow before, maybe its what they are fed.

Judith Perez says:

You make it look so easy! I will definitely try it this weekend. I would love to see how you make an omelet with spinach and tomatoes or other flavors.

Shannon Trinh says:

I watched this yesterday and made my first omelette today! It was a delicious breakfast!

Terri Chalnick says:

Dani, it would be nice to make videos on how to make bone broth, coconut yogurt and saurkraut!! Just ideas!!!!!

Bárbara Arredondo says:

Hi!I discovered your channel and I´m so happy! Watching from Stockholm, Sweden! I´ve already tried some of your recipies:) I did my first meal prep this sunday! Just so asome! My husband loves Everything! I´ll keep looking;)BR Bárbara

Terri Chalnick says:

Dani, thank you for this video. Loved it!! Please do more simple cooking.

minekosann says:

I think this is tremendously important
I think that it is healthy because it is handmade

Ray Radiance says:

Yummy! I would have that as a sandwich with two slices of bread

DianeDi says:

What type of non-stick pan do you use? I’ve learned that any type of Teflon coating the chemicals are toxic.

Phil Smith says:

ha ha! I watched her make it with 2 eggs. I made scrambled eggs yesterday (just for myself) and I used 6 eggs. Oink, oink! I didn’t know an omelette was so easy to make. I’ll try it next time. Let’s see, she used an 8-inch skillet; I’ll probably have to use a horse trough.

Kenny Rogers says:

Woww!! That taste so delicious and cheesy omelette!! So good to try that!! Great recipe!! See U anytime!!

Paleo KISS says:

Nothing like a good omelette! Fantastic tutorial 🙂

Diane O says:

Looks delicious. I’m an impatient cook so the heat was always up too high and I ended up with brown, rubbery omelets. LOL. I’ll try this method.

Lauren McGaughey says:

Thanks so much Dani, I appreciate the video as I very much Love Omelette’s, and I would also be very much interested
in your Omelette idea’s for future videos. We Love You Dani!

Breakfast Recipe says:

really delicious omelette recipe. I like your way of work. sister keep it up

sidudumba says:

Thanks and please share more omelette flavours.

lance h. says:

I do mine the same way but I use an iron skillet. Do you ever cook with an iron skillet?

Lisa Green says:

Thanks for sharing

Sheila Perl says:

Delicious!! Yes, please share more omelette flavours and cooking in cast iron pans!!

Joyce Fortunato says:

I use the same technique as you Dani. I can relate about using aerosols on my non stick pans, I have ruined so many. You learn from your mistakes though. Great video as usual!!!!

Joan Skelton says:

I love spinach feta omelettes, would I make it the same way?

lisa Williams says:

I can’t get my kids to eat eggs very often- any tips to get them started?! They are 8 & 12.

Alexander Cook says:


joe williams-nelson says:

Now I know why my nonstick pans seem to only last a year. Great info. Also, your 1st willpower video was great.

lisa Williams says:

What’s your suggestion for a nonstick pans? The higher the quality the better? I only have stainless and cast iron. My eggs never turnout! I think I cook them too fast – thinking maybe the pans I use give them a weird taste. Too… humm might have check out a non stick pan.
Thank you:-)

Kimberly Sandoval says:

my husband’s favorite breakfast is an omlette, maybe this will help me not screw it up lol

teca986 says:

This video was very timely for me. Thanks!

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