Waffle Iron Chilli Cheese Omelettes | Healthy Recipe

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My boyfriend got me a waffle iron for Christmas last year, and I absolutely love it. I don't think I have ever used it for actual waffle batter, but it is so versatile that I have found many uses for it.

One of my favourite things to make in it are hash brown waffles, made with shredded potatoes. They come out so crispy and tasty, and are amazing topped with bacon and an egg. 

I have lot's of breakfasts ideas that are healthy and low fat. This dish is perfect for either breakfast, lunch or brunch.

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Waffle Iron Chilli Cheese Omelettes Recipe

I decided to experiment with some different flavours for this recipe, and settle on the chilli cheese combination. The 2 things go so well together, and are complemented by the rich egg flavour. This dish is as simple as mixing up some eggs, cheese and flavours in a bowl, and pouring it into the waffle iron.

The egg fluffs up a lot when it is cooking, so try not to overfill it at first or push down too hard, otherwise you may end up with spillage! You can also adjust the spice levels to suit your taste, by adding more or less chillies.

You could also experiment and try out lot's of different flavour combinations, or add things like ham or other meats.

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Waffle Iron Chilli Cheese Omelettes Recipe



Waffle Iron Chilli Cheese Omelettes recipe slimming world


Serves 2



Vegetarian

Gluten Free

You will need:


3 Eggs
1/2 onion, finely diced
1/2 chilli, finely diced
Pinch of Salt & pepper
Pinch of Smoked paprika
Low calorie cooking spray

Method:


Spray the waffle iron with low calorie cooking spray.

Switch it on and allow it to heat up.

Meanwhile, crack the eggs into a bowl. Mix with all the ingredients.

When the irons have warmed up, pour int he egg mixture and close.

Cook for 2 minutes and check. Continue to cook until golden brown and cooked all the way through.

Serve with salad and sprinkle with any left over chilli.

L x

Notes- 


Nutritional calculations are all carried out by myself, and are for guidance only.

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11 comments

  1. What a great use for a waffle iron! Love the sound of these for any meal :)

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  2. I'm definitely adding a waffle iron to my Christmas list after this. Love the recipe too. It's like a different level brunch!

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  3. I definitely think I need a waffle iron now, these look and sound amazing!

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  4. These sound so amazing! I never would have thought about doing omelettes in a waffle maker!

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  5. I had never thought about making waffle potato's before but this sounds like a great healthier alternative for breakfast x

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  6. This sounds AMAZING!! I have a waffle iron, and so far the most exciting thing we have made has been pumpkin puree waffles with the puree mixed in to the normal batter, and a stack load of cinnamon besides! :D

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  7. Oh my goodness gracious me these sound fantastic! I need to get a waffle iron so I can make these!

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  8. Oh these look delicious, and love the idea of making it in a waffle iron.

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  9. Wow these are so creative and look so appealing. I need to get my waffle iron from out at the back of the cupboard!

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