For the last four months, I've had the same breakfast most days. I'm a big believer in the maxim that you should standardize one of your meals, especially if you are trying to lose weight or monitor your intake. My two-egg and cheese omelette has 220 calories, and it staves off hunger for hours. I reached my goal weight last week (GOOOOAAAAL!), but I'm still eating the same things, pretty much. Now I'm making this breakfast for Matt every day, and all modesty aside, I have gotten really good at it.
The Lord laid it on my heart to tell you this. Honestly, I was just now standing in my kitchen, and I thought, "I need to speak to my people of these things." Now that I remember, my dad tells a story of the only time he thinks God spoke to him, and it was to tell him to get my mom to eat a good breakfast every day. For real.
1) Use a small pan. I have some kind of "green" nonstick pan. I hope this means that the nonstick coating isn't killing us.
2) I put a little olive oil, like not even a teaspoon, in the pan first.
3) Let the pan get hot before pouring your beaten eggs in. I did this wrong for about two months and the whole mess stuck like crazy. Hot pan.
4) Use a soft silicone spatula to nudge the cooked edges in and let the runny egg take its place.
5) Add your sprinkling of cheese to one half of the omelette, or a little chopped tomato if you go that way.
6) Use your soft spatula to fold the omelette over, lightly and gently, like you're covering up a baby.
Enjoy in health.
I had some other post for you but OBVIOUSLY this is more important, as it concerns eggs and cheese.