Want a filling breakfast that is under 200 calories… try a veggie omelet!
- chopped pepper, onion, and tomato :I bought a “tomato trinity” (already chopped onion, pepper, and tomato) from my local grocery store. This helps to save time in the morning
- 2 eggs, fluffed with a fork
I used a nonstick cooking spray in a pan. I cooked the veggies first for about 2 minutes, then I poured the egg mixture into the pan and cooked it all until the eggs were no longer runny.
Easy, tastes good, and healthy!