Omelette Pizza

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Ingredients:
(For the base)
Fry Light
3 eggs
Splash milk (I use skimmed)
Salt and pepper to season
(For the toppings)
Now you can use whatever you like, but I chose:
2 tablespoons tomato passata
Wafer-thin, lean ham. Roughly torn into small pieces
Chesnut mushrooms, sliced
Red onion, sliced
Mini plum tomatoes, quartered lengthways
40g light cheddar cheese, grated
To Make Your Pizza Omelette

Method:

Begin by pre-heating your grill and a frying pan
In a bowl, whisk together your 3 eggs, splash of milk and seasoning
Spritz the base of your frying pan with Fry Light and pour in your egg mix
Leave to cook for a few minutes, until the base is set and the top still slightly loose
Pop under your hot grill for just a moment to lightly set the top, and remove from grill
(At this point, it’s a really good idea to gently lift the sides of your omelette away from the pan and ensure it’s not stuck to the base. You may find the sides have gone a little crispy (yum!) so you can gently pull and lift with your fingers or a spatula).
Cover your omelette base with your preferred pizza toppings and finish with a sprinkle of cheese
Return to the grill and cook until the cheese has melted and turned golden in colour.
Serve and enjoy!
I prefer my omelette pizza to have a flat base, so I used an 11 inch frying pan and let the egg mix set nice and flat. If you prefer a more fluffy base, use a smaller pan and lightly whisk the egg mix whilst it is setting.
Slimming World Info:
If you’re following the Slimming World Extra Easy plan, this omelette pizza is FREE** on the Extra Easy plan!
**Remember to count your cheese as your daily HexA choice / deduct your milk from your HexA allowance, otherwise count their respective syns. All other ingredients are FREE. Source: SW app.
The beauty of this omelette pizza is that it is so versatile.
Have it for breakfast with lean bacon, mushrooms and a side of baked beans.
Enjoy for lunch or dinner, too – try with delicious syn-free or low-syn barbecue sauce and shredded chicken.
So many possibilities!


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