Tasty Tuesday Breakfast Omelette

Good Morning world and thanks for tuning in to another day here on Planet Magnet. Today the weather is not so good and the sun has not got his hat on but I am in good spirits and am trying to remain so as I look out of my office window at the grey clouds whilst dreaming of going to the shops and buying some shorts.

Yes that is right. I have NO shorts that fit me!

Obvious really when you think about it but not to me. I hadn’t even considered the fact that I would be a completely different size year on year and with the being the first year then this has to be the biggest change of all!

Anyway, enough of shorts and summer weather.

I must very quickly apologise for going AWOL yesterday and having nothing for you guys to come over and read . Pretty poor considering the weekend was also light on content.


Get over it.

I’m here now with an amazeballs recipe that has just been born in my kitchen out of pure necessity – it’s amazing what forgetting to go the supermarket will do for the creative juices, especially when one is a s hungry as I!!

So what have we got today?

Well I have decided that one meal that regularly gets forgotten is breakfast so I have designed a very fresh Omelette with some spices and some protein and figure it is just the thing to pick us up on such a dull day, so here goes….


  1. 4 Eggs.
  2. 1 Romano Sweet Pepper – finely chopped.
  3. 1 Medium sized Red Chili – finely chopped.
  4. 6 Spring Onions – finely chopped.
  5. 1 Punnet Mushrooms – finely sliced.
  6. Himalayan Pink Salt.
  7. Cracked Black Pepper.
  8. Chicken Thigh Fillets – Precooked
  9. Coconut Oil.


Take the Chicken Thigh Fillets (I used some Garlic flavoured ones) and put into a small roasting dish, cover with Tin Foil and place in the oven.


Take the Eggs, crack into a bowl, season with the Salt and Pepper then beat until blended.


Finely chop the Spring Onions, the Red Chili and the Romano Pepper, then add them to the mixture.


Take some Coconut Oil and warm in a pan the slice the Mushrooms into the same pot whilst seasoning them with Salt Pepper and Chili Sauce – I said it was a grey day….!


Finally, take some more Coconut Oil and put in a large frying pan to heat.


Add the chopped Chicken, Mushrooms and the Egg and Salad Veg mixture.


Distribute around the pan until it starts to form a kind of Omelette shape and then begin to cook, firstly on the hob.


Then secondly in the oven.


Remove when browned.


And serve in a pre warmed dish.


Eh, Voila!!

‘Till tomorrow,

Stay out of the fridge.

29 thoughts on “Tasty Tuesday Breakfast Omelette

  1. Doctor Jonathan says:

    Breakfast is my favorite meal. I eat a 5 egg white omelette with 3 cups of mixed veggies, almost every day. I too, use coconut oil which adds a lovely flavor and mix organic non fat plain greek yogurt with hot sauce and organic salsa. Tastes great and contains all the macronutrients to balance a meal. Simple, easy and delicious.

    Way to go, outgrowing the shorts in the RIGHT direction (too big rather than too small!) Looking forward to hearing one day about the entirely new wardrobe! πŸ™‚

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    • Worlds Biggest Fridge Magnet says:

      Glad you like the recipe Dr J! Yours sounds amazing but I am trying to be dairy and carb free at the moment so will keep away from the Yogurt until I have finished such a crazy idea!
      I shall certainly enjoy buying my shorts and always love adding new bits to my wardrobe…. πŸ˜‰

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  2. New Journey says:

    Good Morning, we afternoon for you!! I am just pulling it out of bed and you’ve been up and alt em’ all day….love the omelet….one of my favorite meals….love the way Jonathan mixed non fat Greek yogurt with salsa, definitely on my list to do, I love that combination over green salads…
    Just so you know I did miss you yesterday, was hoping you were out having fun…or busy working on a project!!! Love our Tasty Tuesdays……xxkat

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  3. milliethom says:

    A great high protein breakfast, Cameron. I can imagine how tantalising it smells with all those wonderful ingredients. Have you found that going all high protein is helping your weight go down even more quickly? You’ve obviously already lost a heck of a lot to have to go out buying new clothes. How proud you must be of yourself (or should be, if you’re not!)

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    • Worlds Biggest Fridge Magnet says:

      I am effectively restarting the high protein low carb, no dairy, no sugar diet. I hate it but it is supposed to work so lets see. I have lost a great deal of weight but figure I need to get going again on this last two stone so hopefully the clothes won’t be too loose!!


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