Any three-egg cheese omelet of vegetables sauteed in butter would do the trick!
Usually I go for poached eggs smothered in hollandaise, with lox and spinach or asparagus. BUT ... when I go the omelette route, I have the following:
1 tablespoon butter
1 cup sliced mushrooms
1/4 chopped onions
1/2 C chopped red peppers
1 C chopped fresh spinach
4 whole large eggs
1/4 C water
pinch each salt and cayenne
1/2 C shredded cheddar
In a medium non-stick frying pan, melt butter; add mushrooms, onions, peppers, and spinach. Saute until the fluid from the mushrooms has evaporated, and onions re translucent.
In a small bowl, lightly whisk eggs, water, salt, and cayenne. Pour over hot vegetables in pan, and cover. Reduce heat and continue cooking until eggs are lightly set. Add cheddar, replace cover, and turn off heat. Let sit on stove for 3-4 minutes.
Remove lid, and gently roll/flip omelette onto dish.
40 grams protein
39 grams fat
13 grams carbohydrates
whi*****ludes 4 grams fiber, so
NET carabs are 9 grams
In reality, I substitute cream for the water -- but it increases the calories substantially, which tends to look bad -- Alas, I don't seem to have a problem with high-fat eating, so it works for me.
Your mileage may vary -- Good luck!
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