18 Yummy Ways How to Make an Omelet


How to make an omelet for breakfast is not only easy, but can be healthy too!  They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. {giggle}  Some of the delicious omelettes include recipes like denver, spanish, spinach, egg white, stackable and omelet bites.

How to make the perfect omelette is easier than you’d think. Once you’ve gotten the hang of it, you’ll realize it’s really simple as 1-2-3! The first thing you need to do to make an omelette is to beat your eggs. I’ve found that the best way to do this is in a glass bowl. Add your seasoning like salt and pepper to the beaten eggs and blend. Then, heat butter (yes, butter) in a non-stick skillet over medium high heat until melted. DO NOT use high heat! Then, pour the egg mixture (or you can use liquid egg) onto the skillet in the center of the pan. Pour the egg mixture into the hot pan, then let the eggs set a little along the edges — it will only take a few seconds. Using a spatula, pull the eggs in from the edges toward the center, allowing the liquid eggs to flow underneath the set ones (you might find that tilting the pan works wonders) to continue cooking. Once the eggs are set on the outside but still soft on the inside, you can add the toppings like grated cheese. Fold one side of the omelet in with your spatula. Remember, the sky is the limit with omelet fillings! We personally love diced ham. Note: some people swear by using a cast iron pan, but I love my non-stick one!

18 Yummy Ways How to Make an Omelet

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How to Make an Omelet

french omelet

1. How to Make a French Omelet ~ A well-made omelette is something to write home about. Learn how to make a french omelette that’s perfect from color to consistency!

how to make an omelette

2. How to Make an Omelette ~ The Pioneer Woman shows us how to make an omelette using a cast iron skillet using quality ingredients as her #1 secret!

Open Omelette

3.  Open Faced Omelette ~ A delicious omelette that even kids can help make because it doesn’t require any omelette flipping skills.  Let older kids prepare Dad’s favorite ingredients and pile them high on top of this open face omelette.

Stackable Omelets {Edible Crafts Kids}

4.  Stackable Omelets {Edible Crafts Kids} ~ Omelets can be a difficult dish to teach kids to make and a struggle to get kids to eat too.  Solve both problems with these kid friendly stackable omelets.

how to make an omelet

5. How to Make an Omelet ~ Omelets take many forms, so if you mess up, it’s ok. {wink}, as long as the eggs are soft, moist and fluffy.

how to make a great omelet

6. Tips and Tricks for the Perfect Omelet ~ If you want to learn to make a better omelet, these 7 steps are just for you! The tips and tricks and step by step instructions will help you make the perfect omelet every time! {awesome}.

Easy Omelette Recipe 

Potato and Omelet Breakfast Bites

7.  Potato and Omelet Breakfast Bites ~ The perfect breakfast for the on-the-go mornings.  Tater tots are flattened in the bottom of the muffin cups and filled with eggs, ham, sausage and peppers.

how to make an omelet

8. How to Make an Omelet Step by Step ~ You won’t think making an omelet is hard once you’ve mastered these easy tips and tricks for the perfect omelet. Step by step, y’all!

how to make an omelet in 5 minutes

9. How to Make an Omelet in 5 Minutes ~ If you are all about making your meal in 5 minutes or less, this tutorial is for you! Why not try teaching your kids using this recipe?

Denver Omelette

Oven Denver Omelette

10.  Oven Denver Omelet ~ A light and fluffy omelet made with ham, bell pepper, eggs, cheese and half and half.  Make ahead the night before and bake the morning of.

Spanish Omelet Recipe

Spanish Omelet with Vegetables

11.  Spanish Omelet with Vegetables ~ Make a traditional Spanish omelet complete with potatoes, eggs, cheese, parsley and bell peppers.  Note: there is an English translator box at the top of the post.

Spinach Omelet

Roasted Tomato, Feta and Spinach Omelet

12.  Roasted Tomato, Feta and Spinach Omelet ~ A low calorie omelet made with egg whites and one yolk and stuffed with roasted tomatoes, feta and spinach. {this recipe is no longer available, be we still love the idea}.

Egg White Omelet

Avocado Egg White Omelet

13.  Avocado Egg White Omelet ~ Omelettes are just as tasty without egg yolks.  Enjoy this delicious egg white omelet with sauteed mushrooms and onions and topped with cherry tomatoes and avocado.

14. Microwave Omelet ~ Did you know you could make an omelet in the Microwave??



15. Omelet in a Bag ~ Omelette in a Bag is ideal for camping, family reunions, or at home wanting to switch things up. The best part is the easy clean-up! Great for cooking with kids, too!

omelet waffles

16. Omelet Waffles ~ Make waffles the healthy way! With eggs. Pull your waffle iron out, and whisk up your ingredients as if you were going to make it on a skillet, but instead pour into your waffle iron. LOVE this idea!


17. Omelet Breakfast Croissant Boats ~ Just when you thought you omelets were all about the same….{wink} These omelet breakfast croissant boats filled with crispy bacon, fluffy eggs and melted cheese baked in flaky croissants look divine.

omelet in a mug

18. Omelet in a Mug ~ This tutorial not only has lovely images, it has a video. {high fives} Best of all with this recipe, you’re only 2 minutes away from a tasty breakfast that can be easily customized. No matter how you eat it, a flavorful breakfast never got easier!

How to Make an Omelet {recipes}

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  1. I’ve always wondered how to make an omelet in a mug. Thanks for sharing all of these recipes!

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