#EverydayInspiralized: Open Faced Summer Omelette with Spiralized Zucchini

#EverydayInspiralized: Open Faced Summer Omelette with Spiralized Zucchini

After a one-week hiatus, we’re back with a new episode of #EverydayInspiralized, my video cooking series on my YouTube channel.

And this time, we’re making an easy breakfast for one: a summer omelette that you can make with ingredients from the farmer’s market!

The best way to sneak in extra veggies first thing every day is by having them at breakfast. However, spinach in your smoothies can get pretty boring after while and eating veggies plain isn’t exactly exciting, SO I’ve come up with an easy way: add spiralized veggies to your eggs!

You’re going to love how easy this recipe is – and the original recipe was here, but in this version, I’ve added goat cheese for some extra protein, sweetness, and creaminess!

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  1. I loved this original recipe. It’s so wonderful and summery. A perfect light meal for this NYC heat wave, eh? ;-)

  2. I love watching your cooking videos. Your recipes are easy to make and are full of fresh ingredients. So healthy!

  3. Too many ads!!!! Makes it VERY difficult to get to recipes!

  4. Steven Geller :

    I love simple recipes that look like a gourmet meal…thanks

  5. I love this recipe! It was really good. I have a question for you. Although I realize some people don’t want to use any extra printer ink, is it possible that you could include a small picture on the page of the ‘print recipe’ part?

  6. This looks amazing. I’ve been making frittattas with mostly the same ingredients for years, but this looks better and takes 1/2 the time!. My frittatas will morph into Open Faced Summer Omelettes with Spiralized Zucchini (and roasted red peppers or sweet potatoes and feta, or whatever! I think I see one of these with Chorizo coming up on the horizon! Thanks for the idea. C.

  7. Watching this reminded me of one of my favorite meals in college- ramen omelettes. I haven’t had one of those in a while! I might try to make one with a healthy spin, sprinkling some nutritional yeast in with the spiralized zucchini and doing some different veggies on top (maybe some fresh peas and corn to “replicate” the freeze dried “vegetables” in those plastic packages). :D Thanks for being part of the changes I’ve made in what I eat over the past couple of years Ali! You make it easy to get healthy, affordable meals on the table. You’re impacting my kids’ eating habits too, so bravo!

  8. Beautiful recipe! Perfect for a summer brunch or for a quick work breakfast on the go!

  9. Jeanne Hoyle :

    I made this for breakfast this morning and it’s a keeper. I will definately add this to my breakfast rotation.

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