Just because you like to eat fatty foods doesn’t mean you have to be overweight! In fact, there are lots of healthy foods that are rich in fat that will keep you feeling full and keep you from overeating. That’s right – foods that are high in fat can actually help you to lose weight!

The word “omelette” can have many meanings, but here I’m talking about a delicious and healthy omelette with plenty of fresh vegetables, eggs, and nuts, making it a versatile and healthy meal. Some people think that omelettes are for breakfast only, but I think they are a great meal to have for lunch or dinner.

Omelets are a great alternative to traditional breakfast foods. They’re quick and simple to prepare, but full of vital nutrients. They’re also low in fat and carbs, making them the perfect meal to start the day off on the right foot. And, if you’re avoiding gluten, they also make a wonderful alternative to traditional breakfast foods.

We all crave something sweet and healthy now and then, so we’ve devised the ideal dinner for you! This Healthy Sweet Omelette is perfect for any meal of the day, and you can top it with anything from sugar-free syrup to berries and cream! Watch Matt prepare it in the video below, and don’t be afraid to get in the kitchen and try it yourself!

Fillings for the Best Omelette…

It’s not necessary to be savory. While we all like a delicious meat and cheese packed omelette for breakfast, there are times when we crave something different, and that is exactly what we’ve provided here – a sweet omelette! This delectable sweet omelette can be filled with:

  1. Cream and Berries
  2. Erythritol with Cinnamon
  3. Nuts and sugar-free syrup

The options are unlimited, and you can eat dessert for breakfast without feeling guilty! Cook sure to tag us on Instagram with your yummy fillings if you make this healthy omelette!

Our New Low-Carb Breakfast Favorite

In case you didn’t know, I’m 15 weeks pregnant as I write this piece, and while I don’t usually wake up hungry for a huge breakfast, I have recently! I’m also in the mood for something healthy but delicious all of the time. This is when this recipe comes in handy! If I’m not in the mood for eggs, I like to make the following low-carb breakfasts:

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  1. “Oatmeal” Keto
  2. Bagels made with ketones (topped with butter or cream cheese)
  3. Waffles with protein (and sugar-free chocolate chips and almonds – wonderful!)

This Sweet Healthy Omelette puts a spin on breakfast with a touch of sweetness and some berries! Some great low carb breakfast options are keto oatmeal, keto bagels, or protein waffles!

Healthy Two-Piece Omelette

Weekends are ideal for experimenting in the kitchen and whipping up something tasty and filling. You’re not rushing around and have more time to spend with your loved ones. Don’t forget to try this nutritious omelette this weekend and share it with your loved one for the ideal Saturday morning!

This Sweet Healthy Omelette puts a spin on breakfast with a touch of sweetness and some berries!

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Sweet Healthy Omelette

A delicious vanilla-flavored egg omelette with whipped cream and berries on top.

2 Person Servings

395 calories per serving

Time to prepare: 5 minutes

Time to prepare: 5 minutes


  • Whisk the eggs together in a medium mixing basin until smooth. Whisk together the cream, stevia drops, and coconut flour until completely blended.

  • Over medium heat, heat a 9-inch nonstick metal skillet. Melt the butter and swirl it around evenly to coat the entire pan.

  • Pour the egg mixture into the pan’s middle and stir rapidly with a rubber spatula for 5-10 seconds, or until a semi-solid mass (similar to very moist soft scrambled eggs) forms.

  • Allow the surplus egg mixture to reach the outside of the omelet by lifting the pan and swirling it around. Scrape the edge of the egg mixture with the spatula to loosen it and help it form a circle.

  • 2/3 of the omelet should be covered in chopped berries. Allow it to sit in the pan for 10 seconds without moving it, then shake it to release it.

  • Fold the third of the omelet that isn’t filled with berries across to the middle using the spatula. If desired, slide the omelet onto a plate and fold it over to make a tri-fold.

  • Serve right away with a dollop of whipped cream and a few more fresh berries.


Net Serving Size: 1/2 Omelette Carbs: 4g

Nutritional Information

Sweet Healthy Omelette

Per Serving Amount

395 calories 324 calories from fat

daily value in percent*

36 g (55 %) fat

Carbohydrates account for 52% of the total.

1g4 percent fiber

12 g of protein (24%)

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are calculated using a 2000-calorie diet.



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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you make eggs taste sweet?

You can add sugar to the eggs before cooking them.

Can an omelette be healthy?

Yes, an omelette can be healthy.

Are omelettes a good way to lose weight?

Omelettes are a good way to lose weight.