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Thursday, 10 May 2018

Blueberry and Cinnamon Omelette : Low Carb

How about this for a nice tasty and healthy breakfast ... it's blueberry and cinnamon omelette ... will you give it try!

What you need:
(for 1 large omelette)
3 free range eggs
1 tsp cinnamon
Handful of blueberries
1tsp coconut oil
Pumpkin seeds (optional)

1. Gently beat the 3 eggs together in a bowl
2. Heat a deep-frying pan with one tsp of coconut oil
3. Put half the blueberries in to the frying pan to soften for about 30 seconds
4. Add in the egg mixture.
5. Move the uncooked egg around the pan with a spatula until all the egg starts to set and the whole pan is covered
6. Cover omelette with cinnamon and remaining blueberries and turn to low heat
7. Cook for a further 1-2 minutes until the cinnamon mostly melted in to the omelette
8. Fold the omelette in half and cook for a further 30 seconds
9. Serve immediately with a sprinkling of pumpkin seeds

Please see original idea, and a step by step guide here

Blueberries, not only are they delicious and nutritious but they also have one of the highest antioxidant levels amongst all fruits, vegetables, spices and seasonings.

Blueberries are low in carbs and therefore do not have a significant impact on blood glucose levels, making them a good choice for diabetics.

Blueberries can also be frozen without reducing any of their antioxidant properties or delicate structure. So pick up those on offer in the supermarket and get them in the freezer ... now that's a good idea!

We bring a variety of articles, studies etc. plus recent news/views and recipe ideas to this blog, we hope something for everyone to read and enjoy. Please note, not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter.

All the best Jan


Valerie-Jael said...

Sounds wonderful! Hugs, Valerie

Tom said... that's not a combination that I would think of.

Cheryl said...

Ooooh lovely.
I am going to have that for lunch. Sounds delicious.

Jo said...

I like the sound of the blueberries with the omelette but I'd have to leave out the cinnamon. I'm a big fan of blueberry pancakes for breakfast.

Our photos said...

Mmm, love this combination !

Martha said...

What a great combination! I imagine this tastes really good.

Anonymous said...

A unique combination but looks so tasty! Have a great day.

Lee said...

That looks like a very tasty breakfast! :)

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Pumpkin seeds. That surprised me.

Pam Jackson said...

You make want to get in there and cook but that would require me getting off the glider and going inside, it is such a beautiful morn on the deck. Thanks for always sharing such great foods.

Christine said...

Like a dessert omelette how interesting!

Catarina said...

Ok... I will give it a try!

William Kendall said...

I would definitely go for that.

Lorrie said...

This sounds like something a bit different, and delicious!

Chris Lally said...

What an unusual combination. Sounds really good!!

Lisa said...

This would be a wonderful breakfast treat at the weekend when we can take a bit more time over the first meal of the day.
Lisa x

JFM said...

Oh yes...very tempting to the taste buds!!! Yummmm!!!

only slightly confused said...

I can't imagine a world in which cinnamon and blueberries would go well together but for you...I'll try it.

Sandra Cox said...

Oh my. This sounds delicious and looks lovely. You find the best recipes, Jan.
Have a glorious one.

happyone said...

Oh yes, that looks like a great breakfast.

Elephant's Child said...

Not an omelette filling I have ever considered. Thank you.

Debby Ray said...

Mmmm! I would probably put some SF syrup on mine :)

Victor S E Moubarak said...

Sounds delicious.

Two (stupid) questions:

Can one use raisins or sultanas instead of blueberries?
Why coconut oil? Would vegetable oil do?

That's three questions. But I was never good at Maths, or History, or Geography or ...

God bless.

Out on the prairie said...

a very different combo

Lowcarb team member said...

Victor S E Moubarak said:

Sounds delicious.

Two (stupid) questions:

Can one use raisins or sultanas instead of blueberries?
Why coconut oil? Would vegetable oil do?

That's three questions. But I was never good at Maths, or History, or Geography or ...

God bless.

Hello Victor and many thanks for your comment and questions.

I/we prefer to eat ours with blueberries, because they are a lower carb fruit. This is important when you do not want to raise blood sugar levels, my husband Eddie is a Type 2 diabetic. If you are not diabetic or not too worried about raising blood sugar levels then I see no reason why for those who prefer raisins or sultanas they wouldn't be fine, I always say try it and see ...

The originator of this article prefers to use Coconut oil because it is high in healthy saturated fats that have different effects than most other fats in your diet, read more about that here

Although of course what we choose to eat is always a personal choice, I would not use vegetable oil, as this article explains

I hope these links help, and I hope you may give this recipe suggestion a try.

All the best Jan

bill burke said...

That sounds really good. I love blueberries and cinnamon so I will have to try it. Thanks for sharing.

Debbie said...

interesting flavors to tie together. i'll bet it is delicious!!

Conniecrafter said...

I am not one to mix my eggs with anything, but my hubby might like this :) I love that fruit is good for us as fresh, I feel like the fresh fruit goes so qucikly

Margaret-whiteangel said...

Those two ingredients go well together.
Bet it tastes lovely.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I admit it looks quite good, and I wonder how the various flavors blend together with the eggs.

Victor S E Moubarak said...

Many thanx Jan for taking the time to respond to my comment; and the links.

God bless.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Deve de ser muito bom, gosto de mirtilios.
Um abra├žo e bom fim-de-semana.

Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Anonymous said...

What a good idea, must try it.


Magic Love Crow said...

Thank you Jan!! I am trying this! Big Hugs!

baili said...

i really appreciate your sharing of knowledge regarding blueberries specialty that they are antioxidants
this omelette looks yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!