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Mushroom And Spinach Omelette

By lovinmanchester

December 20, 2016 at 12:18am


  • 100g mushrooms, sliced thickly
  • 50g baby leaf spinach
  • 25g low fat soft cheese
  • A few gratings of nutmeg
  • 2 eggs
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Calorie controlled cooking spray

Omelettes are one of the most quick and easy meals to throw together at any time of the day. Best of all, they're highly nutritious and cheap to make, which is music to our ears this January as we try to scrape together the last of our pennies while still keeping on the health buzz. This Weight Watchers recipe is delicious, healthy and a handy number to keep in your arsenal.


Step 1

Lightly spray a saucepan with the cooking spray, add the mushrooms and fry for 3 minutes until tender. Add a splash of water, if needed, to prevent the mushrooms from sticking to the pan. Stir in the spinach, mixing until it starts to wilt and then add the soft cheese and nutmeg. Remove from the heat and set aside.Have a warm plate to hand, ready for the finished omelette. Place a small non stick frying pan, 18-20cm in diameter, over a medium heat. Spray with the cooking spray. Beat the eggs with 1 tablespoon cold water and season with pepper. Pour the mixture into the pan and leave for about 15 seconds or until just beginning to set, pull the edges of the omelette into the centre. Tilt the uncooked egg mixture into the gaps, to give a lightly ruffled appearance.

Omelette Step 1

Step 2

When almost all the free-running egg has set, continue to cook the omelette until the underside is golden brown. The omelette is ready to fill when the topside is set, but still looks slightly soft and shiny.

Omelette Step 2

Step 3

Place the filling on one side of the omelette, then use a wooden spatula to flip the other half over the filling.

Omelette Step 3

Step 4

Slide out on to the warmed plate and eat immediately.

Mushroom And Spinach Omelette

This recipe is sponsored by Weight Watchers and contains 5 ProPoints values per recipe. The Weight Watchers program assigns every food a ProPoints value based on its protein, carbohydrate fat and fibre content. It takes into account how your body processes food and nudges you toward healthier options. Every member has an individualised daily allowance of ProPoints based on gender, age, weight and height. You can find out more about the Weight Watchers ProPoints plan at your local weight watchers class.


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