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Omelets 7 Ways


Photo Credit: Shaina Olmanson

It’s the weekend which means we can spend a little extra time making a warm and delicious breakfast for our families! While I’m a big fan of pancakes we love eggs as well. One of my kids favorites are omelets. They can stuff them with what they like and everyone is happy! We have 7 options for you to choose from. From the classic ham and cheese to the not so classic chicken noodle omelet and a potato chip (I kid you not) that you’ll just have to see to believe! Grab your carton of eggs and follow the jump for the recipes!



  • Baked Omelets 1 of 7
    Baked Omelets
    Another great use for your muffin pan. These easy baked omelets are perfect for the kids to prepare themselves.
    Make baked omelets
  • Caprese Omelet 2 of 7
    Caprese Omelet
    You can't go wrong with the classic Italian combination of mozzarella, basil and tomatoes. Ever.
    Make Caprese omelets
  • Chicken Noodle Omelet 3 of 7
    Chicken Noodle Omelet
    Is this soup or eggs? Actually both. It's an omelet that mimics the flavor of chicken noodle soup.
    Make chicken noodle omelets
  • Egg White Omelet 4 of 7
    Egg White Omelet
    If you're looking to lighten up your breakfast try egg white omelets. They're light fluffy and delicious.
    Make egg white omelets
  • Potato Chip Omelet 5 of 7
    Potato Chip Omelet
    Would you? Could you? Do you dare? Crumble your potato chips and put them into this omelet for something completely different.
    Make potato chip omelets
  • Ham n Cheese Omelet Roll 6 of 7
    Ham n Cheese Omelet Roll
    That's how we roll (sorry couldn't resist). Kids get a kick out of anything rolled and this ham and cheese omelet roll is no exception.
    Get the recipe from Taste of Home
  • Italian Omelet 7 of 7
    Italian Omelet
    2 cheeses, garlic and onions are stuffed into this airy omelet and then topped with tomatoes, onion and basil for a fresh finish.
    Get the recipe from Land o Lakes

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