Meal prep 101: Breakfast omelette

I often struggle to stay on plan, usually because of my own stupidity. I start working on assignments or get busy with something so forget to eat breakfast then by 11 am i’m starving but because it is too early for lunch I grab whatever is close by!

So here I am sharing with you my meal prep 101 starting with my breakfast omelette. fillings in the omelette are totally interchangeable so if you are vegetarian just swap sausages/bacon for the vegetarian alternative.

6 portions

6 sausages/rashers of bacon (or vegetarian alternative),

1 large onion in bitesize pieces,

1 tin of potatoes, drained and in bitesize pieces,

10 free range eggs (medium-large),

salt and pepper

Preheat your oven to 180C

  1. In a pan fry off the sausages.
  2. When done, move to a chopping board and chop up into bitesize pieces.
  3. Meanwhile, in the empty sausage pan, fry off your potatoes and onions until lightly coloured and caramelized. (If you have an air fryer skip 1,2 and 3 and cook the potatoes, sausages and onions in your air fryer on 180C for 10-15 minutes)
  4. Whisk your eggs with salt and pepper and pour into a large ovenproof dish.
  5. sprinkle with the cooked onion, sausage and potato evenly over the egg mix.
  6. Bake in your preheated oven for 15-20 minutes (the top will puff up)

you can top with some cheddar if you wish as your healthy extra A but I like cooking it plain as I don’t always like to use my HEA for breakfast, I also line a tray and place chestnut mushrooms on the tray and spray all over with low-calorie spray and bake at the same time as the omelette.

Love Emily, Chef who slims x


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