Low-Carb Omelette Breakfast Loaf Recipe + Low-Fat and Gluten-Free!August 6, 2021
This easy Low-Carb Omelette Breakfast Loaf recipe takes the classic omelette ingredients like eggs, egg whites, veggies, and fat-free cheese, and makes it into a breakfast loaf casserole! You’ll love starting your day with this omelette breakfast loaf!
I have been eating eggs every single morning, for the better part of a year. I feel like it fills me up in the morning, helps me get a huge post-workout dose of protein, and I think they taste AMAZING! It’s highly satisfying.
Recently, my sister was complaining about how her breakfast was so high in calories because she wanted to include scrambled eggs every day.
It didn’t even occur to her to dilute her whole eggs with egg whites, to bring the volume up, and the calories down! At only 70 calories per egg (or 15 calories per egg white), eggs are perfect for someone on a weight loss journey, or counting calories.
Another way to bring the volume up and calories down is by including veggies! That’s where this low-carb omelette loaf comes in.
This delicious low-carb breakfast casserole is low fat, gluten-free, sugar-free, and a great way to start your day.
Low-Carb Omelette Breakfast Loaf
Recipe by: Amy Roskelley of Health Beet
Makes 8 Servings
Prep: 5 minutes, Cook: 55 minutes; Total: 1 hour
- 8 medium eggs
- 1 cup liquid egg whites
- 1 medium tomato chopped
- 1 cup baby spinach leaves
- 1/2 cup fat-free cheddar cheese
- Whisk all ingredients together except the cheese.
- Spray a bread pan (9.5 inches) with nonstick cooking spray.
- Pour eggs into the pan. Top with cheese.
- Bake at 350 for 45-60 minutes, or until a knife comes out clean.
- Cut into 1-inch slices.
Omelette Breakfast Loaf Nutritional Info
Calories 102; Carbohydrates 2 grams; Fat 5 grams; Protein 12 grams
ABOUT THE AUTHORAmy Roskelley is a health & fitness professional with a Bachelors of Science in Community Health from BYU. She is a Certified Personal Trainer (ACE), Certified Personal Chef (IAP), and Certified as a Nutrition & Wellness Consultant (AFPA). She is the founder of the health and fitness blog, Health Beet and the creator of many low calorie recipes author of weight loss books. Read more articles by Amy!
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