Pizza Omelette

Pizza...for Breakfast...You Bet!

by SaraSolomon - April 18th, 2015

You're hungry. You need a quick & easy 100 calorie snack. You're craving BOTH a pizza AND an omelette. What do you do? Well, why not have both? Presenting my Pizza Omelette ... or as I like to call it, a Pizzomelette, which is a also a synonym for Omelizza.

This recipe is Low Calorie, Low Carb, Low Fat, Dairy-free, High in Protein, and Diabetic Friendly.

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Nutritional Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving

  • Calories: 106

  • Protein: 17 grams

  • Carbs: 12.4 grams

  • Fat: 0.9 grams

Cooking Instructions


  • 1 cup of Spinach

  • Your favorite green vegetable

  • 1 GG Bran Scandinavian Crispbread OR GG Fiber Sprinkles

  • 1/2 cup of egg whites

  • Seasonings of your choice (black pepper, Mrs. Dash, minced onion flakes, etc.)

  • 2 TBSP Eden Crushed Tomatoes Sauce

  • 1/8 cup of Daiya Vegan Cheese


  1. Place the spinach (I use pre-cut & washed spinach to save time) onto a non-stick skillet (or use non-stick cooking spray). Remove the spinach once cooked and set it aside.

  2. Steam your favourite green vegetable in the microwave (or in a digital steamer if you are anti-microwave). I just happened to have green beans in the fridge, so I steamed them in a glass container with a bit of water (covered with plastic wrap) for 3 minutes. Feel free to use broccoli, asparagus, etc.

  3. Grind 1 GG Bran Scandinavian Crispbread in an electric nut & spice grinder (or crush it in a ziploc bag using a hammer) or just buy the GG Fiber Sprinkles (they already crush them for you, which is easiest).

  4. Mix the egg whites, fibre sprinkles and your seasoning in a Magic Bullet, (or a blender or by hand).

  5. Pour this mixture onto skillet. Flip the omelette "pizza crust" to ensure it is cooked on both sides.

  6. Plate the "pizza crust" omelette. Garnish with Eden Crushed Tomatoes Sauce, Daiya Vegan Cheese (Another option is to use Nutritional Yeast). If you are not allergic to dairy, then feel free to use skim cheese.

  7. Add the previously prepared spinach & green beans (or whatever veggies you have), black pepper and salt-free seasoning.

  8. Optional: I placed the omelette in the microwave to melt the cheese for 45 seconds.

  9. Enjoy!

NOTE: You can substitute the crispbread with ground flaxseed meal if you prefer (which will make the recipe gluten-free) or even chia seeds.

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