With these omelette recipes, your breakfast has never been more satisfying.
And who says you can only enjoy them in the morning?
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They aren’t just perfect for breakfast, but they’re great for brunch, lunch, dinner, and snacks, too!

Omelettes are a quick and easy way to make regular scrambled eggs more delicious and substantial. 
And the things you can stuff into the eggs are absolutely limitless.
Ham and cheese, corned beef and potatoes, and mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes – the list goes on and on.
If you’re looking for creative spins on the classic breakfast dish, I have you covered. Let’s get scrambling.

Start your weekend with a bang with the classic Denver omelette.
Pillowy scrambled eggs are stuffed with smoked ham, melted cheddar cheese, sweet bell peppers, and onions.
Ahh… this is what breakfast dreams are made of! It tastes just like pizza but in omelette form, and it is awesome.
The dish is primarily savory, but you’ll also get some sweet crunch from the bell peppers. 

Nothing beats the comfort that a classic ham and cheese omelette gives. 
The ham and cheese oozing inside of the omelette is just pure satisfaction. The added herbs in the eggs take it to the next level.
This is more than just comfort food. It’s a giant hug, a shoulder to cry on, and your most avid cheerleader. That’s how much it can uplift your spirits.
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Why settle for a regular omelette when you can give it a Spanish twist?
This version, called tortilla, includes chopped brown onions and diced potatoes. Muy bien, indeed.
It’s like scrambled eggs meeting hash browns, and the resulting mash-up is beautiful.
The potatoes give the omelette such a lovely, fluffy, and chewy texture. And it makes the dish extra-hearty, too. What more can you ask for?

If you want a healthy approach to omelettes, this recipe has your name on it.
Spinach and feta join forces to make basic scrambled eggs egg-ceptionally delicious. It makes omelettes super healthy without sacrificing flavor.
Of course, you’re free to add whatever veggies you have on hand, but this omelette is already spectacular with just the feta and spinach. 
Chives are optional, but they’re highly recommended.

How about a Mediterranean twist? This Greek omelette is as bright and refreshing as can be with tomatoes, feta, and black olives.
You’ll love the vibrant colors, but you’ll enjoy the flavors and textures even more. 
From the sweet tomatoes to the creamy feta to the salty olives, this omelette houses different flavors, but somehow, they all work together to create the perfect bite.

Earthy mushrooms and sweet and chewy sun-dried tomatoes are tucked inside fluffy scrambled eggs.
As a fan of the sweet and salty flavor profile, this omelette is definitely one of my favorite.
Besides the flavor combination, I also can’t get enough of the textures! I love how the filling gives the omelette different textural dimensions.

This omelette is stuffed with sweet cherry tomatoes, stringy mozzarella, and fresh basil. 
If the roster of ingredients sounds familiar, that’s because it’s the same ones needed to make a pizza Margherita.
That said, you already know that the flavors work well together.
Imagine this dish to be just like a Margherita, only, instead of being topped on a crust, they’re all nestled inside fluffy scrambled eggs.

Can’t decide between hash browns and scrambled eggs?
Just cook them together in one skillet, and boom, you’ll have a phenomenal morning meal.
While the two are the primary components of this dish, it’s more than just shredded potatoes and eggs. 
The egg and spud mixture serves as a crispy outer crust that houses a variety of fillings, such as mushrooms, peppers, ham, cheese, and onions.
In short, expect nothing but mouthwatering greatness.

Just because you’re a vegetarian doesn’t mean you can’t join in on the omelette fun! Hello vegetarian readers, this one’s for you.
This omelette (which is actually more like a frittata, but who cares) is bursting with red peppers, spinach, cherry tomatoes, and cheddar cheese. 
Because there’s no egg-flipping and folding involved, it couldn’t be any easier to make. Just throw all the ingredients into the skillet and you’re all set.

Bacon is the solution to all of life’s woes. One bit of this bacon omelette will prove my point.
It’s too bad that bacon is high in cholesterol and calories, but when it comes to cheering you up, it won’t disappoint.
That’s why this omelette is one of my go-to breakfast dishes when I’m not feeling 100%. 
Aside from the bacon, it’s also packed with melted cheese and chili, just to give it a mild kick.

This cheese omelette might be simple, but it sure hits the spot.
Melty cheddar (or mozzarella) is the main feature of this omelette, but its other components also deserve the spotlight.
Onions and bell peppers give it some sweetness and crunch, while chili powder, turmeric, and garam masala give it such bold, wonderful flavors.
All together, they make the omelette simply irresistible.

Bacon and cheese are two of my favorite things in the world. Put them together, and I’ll just go insane. 
This is exactly what this recipe does. Brie and bacon together in one? This is the omelette of my dreams! 
The melted, ooey-gooey cheese plus the sweet, salty, smoky, and crunchy bacon make this omelette earth-shatteringly delicious.
I refuse to eat just one serving.

Whether you’re hosting a fancy brunch and want to impress or just looking for a special breakfast dish for the family, this bacon lobster omelette will not disappoint.
I mean, it’s bacon and lobster, so how can it not taste ridiculously awesome?
As if those two aren’t good enough, this omelette is also loaded with Parmesan, tomatoes, and onions.

This omelette casserole is as scrumptious and filling as can be.
Packed with bacon, breakfast sausage, ham, cheese, and onions, this omelette has it all.
Three kinds of meat in one omelette? I won’t say no to that!
The best part? Since it’s a casserole, it’s a lot easier to make than a regular omelette.
Just dump the ingredients in a dish and let the oven take care of the rest.

If you’re looking to add roughage to your meal, this kale and cheese omelette is for you.
Kale is a great source of vitamins and nutrients, but let’s be honest, no one wants to eat kale on its own!
The best way to add it to your diet is to incorporate it into an omelette.
Mixed with ooey-gooey cheese, even the kids won’t be able to notice the leaves.

Give your breakfast or brunch an air of sophistication with this cheese, mushroom, and spinach omelette.
The combination of earthy cremini mushrooms, melted gruyere or Swiss cheese, and bright spinach leaves make this omelette extra classy and delicious. 
It’s so good it tastes as if it came straight out of a 5-star restaurant! No one has to know it takes only 13 minutes to make.

While I’m a sucker for bacon, I also won’t say no to a delicious prosciutto.
This salty and smoky cold cut was put on this earth to make it a better place.
Think of this dish as a classy spin on the classic ham and cheese omelette. Instead of ham, you’ll use prosciutto, and instead of cheddar, you’ll use Parmigiano-Reggiano.
This upgrade is the perfect dish to serve if you’re looking to impress.

Transform your eggs from dull to divine with shrimp!
This is a Chinese-inspired recipe that flavors the eggs with oyster sauce, fish sauce, sesame oil, and Shaoxing cooking wine. 
Besides the shrimp, the omelette is also filled with red onion slices and scallions. 
All together, they create the most wonderful flavor explosion! What an awesome way to start the day.

Don’t dispose of that leftover rotisserie chicken just yet.
You can transform the stale and dry bird from yesterday’s dinner to this morning’s delightful breakfast.
Add chopped tomatoes, spinach, and mozzarella cheese to the mix and your omelette is complete!
It’s the perfect way to repurpose leftovers.

Give the traditional omelette a colorful, Tex-Mex twist with salsa, beans, and tortilla chips.
From the presentation to the flavor, this omelette gets an A+.
Stuffed with black beans, crushed tortilla chips, and melted Jack cheese, this omelette is a great way to start your Taco Tuesday.
Top it off with a refreshing salsa and you’re golden.

Here’s another Mediterranean omelette that’ll surely delight your palate.
Flavored with milk, paprika, and allspice, the scrambled eggs themselves are already pretty epic.
The toppings are what make it extra-special, though.
I’m talking cherry tomatoes, Kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, feta, and mint and parsley for garnish. This omelette is the good in good morning!

If you want to add some nutrition to your kids’ diets, this omelette is your ultimate weapon. 
It’s stuffed with broccoli, but the melty Swiss cheese will easily mask that vegetal flavor. Trust me, the kids won’t even notice the broccoli!
Oh, and it gets bonus points for being low-carb and low-calorie, too.

Smoked salmon is awesome. I try to incorporate this outrageously delicious protein in as many dishes as I can.
That’s why coming across this omelette recipe is like finding gold for me.
This omelette is stuffed with smoked salmon, capers, and Creme Fraiche, and garnished with chives, to boot.
To say it’s over-the-top delicious is an understatement.

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