What I Eat for Breakfast

Healthy breakfast isn’t always easy, especially when you’re used to bread, butter and cold cuts. Luckily, thanks to the inspiration by a great diner close-by, I found my new favorite: A fruit omelet.

Sounds odd? Eggs and fruit? That’s exactly what I thought before trying it!  I was very surprised by how great it is. The egg whites don’t taste like much anyway, so it’s the perfect vehicle for a load of fruit – kind of like a pancake without the carbs. Add non-fat cottage cheese and mix up the fruit day by day and you have a great, delicious and healthy first meal!  Here’s the recipe for you to try – it’s really easy and super quick!

Serves 1:
A tiny bit of cooking spray
2-4 egg whites (depending on your starving mode)
2 tbsp non-fat cottage cheese
1/2 mango, cut into cubes
1/2 banana, sliced
1/2 cup blueberries

Spray a little bit of cooking spray into a small pan & heat it up. Pour in egg whites, cook omelet until firm (either cover with a lid or flip it). Carefully move omelet to a plate, add 2 cottage cheese and fruit.  Voila! :)

To mix it up: Try grapes, raspberries, strawberries, apple, pear, plum or any fruit you like.


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Photography by Mary Sylvester.