Goats Cheese Omelette

Everyone went a little crazy over the picture I posted on Facebook of this omelette. Figured I’d better post the recipe so you didn’t keep harassing me!


1 Spring Onion

½ Tomato

Small Piece Green Capsicum

2 Small Pieces Short Cut Bacon

1 Tablespoon Goats Cheese

1 Tablespoon Avocado

1 Whole Egg

2-3 Egg Whites (depends on the size of the egg)


  1. Chop all veges, except for avocado, into small pieces and fry using a small amount of coconut oil
  2. Remove once cooked
  3. Chop bacon into small pieces and fry in the same pan
  4. Remove once cooked
  5. Whisk eggs and egg whites, then pour into pan. Make sure you reduce the heat
  6. Chop avocado and goats cheese into small pieces
  7. After the bottom of the eggs have sealed place avocado and cheese into eggs, make sure to spread over the entire base
  8. After a minute or so add remaining veges and bacon to eggs
  9. After another couple of minutes, flip the omelette over to create the half shape
  10. Allow to cook for another minute or so
  11. Remove from pan and enjoy!

Here’s the picture again just to make you all drool……

Have fun and enjoy!



About Dion Stewart

Dion Stewart Level 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach-ASCA Cert III/IV in Fitness-Master Trainer Kettlebell Instructor TRX Suspension Trainer Rehab Essentials Certified through Adam Floyd Kickpad Instructor Les Mills RPM Instructor Also a movie freak, tomboy and small time nerd. You can reach her at dionstewart@westnet.com.au for further information.

Posted on August 17, 2012, in Meals and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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