Breakfast of Champions

I will be the first to admit, that unless breakfast is being served to me in a local diner, I don't usually eat it. Who has time to sit down and make breakfast in the morning with a toddler running around, a sink full of dishes, and about 598 loads of laundry to do? I sure don't.

However, this has all changed since I started this new lifestyle change of eating clean. I knew that if I didn't eat something in the morning I would be grabbing for the closest bag of chips come 10am.

I have always liked eggs, meat of just about any sort and I have a new found love for pico de gallo since being in Mexico two years ago. I always have some on hand because it's super easy to make. 

One morning, not too long ago, I knew I had to make myself something but I was sick of fried eggs and all I really had in the fridge was a few eggs, one serving of pico de gallo and some deli ham slices that were going to go bad if I didn't eat them that day. This is when I decided I would attempt an omelette. 

Let me be honest with you. I went through 4 eggs before this beauty came out. I had never made an omelette before, and after watching a few youtube (yes I know, laugh all you want) videos, ruining a few good eggs, I finally had the hang of it. 

SO here it is hungry folks - my beauty of an omelette filled with ham and pico de gallo:

3 Eggs
2 Tbs water
Splash of milk
Cooking Spray
2-3 slices Deli meat (any kind)
Pico de gallo or salsa

Whisk eggs, water, and milk in a bowl while you heat a pan on med-low

Pour egg mixture into pan and let the edges start to set

Once they start to set drag the edges towards the center. This will allow the center (uncooked egg) to flood the edges and cook. 

Once the egg is cooking chop up deli meat

Once the egg is fully cooked (about 5-7 minutes) slide on to a plate. I do not add the toppings until the egg is on the place because it's too hard to transfer. 

Add toppings and fold in half!

Enjoy :)

21 Day Fix
2 R  (Deli meat 1/2 Egg 1.5)
1.5 G