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Elevate Your WFH Lunch with the Best Spinach Bacon Tomato Avocado Omelette

Don't skip lunch just because you're working from home.

Remote work means no commute and more productivity; not working all day and night because work is within an arm's reach. If you want to eat better and stop ordering food, don't make that "I don't have time" excuse. Block time on your calendar to prepare your meals - just like you do for those meetings and kids' activities.

Today during my meal prep meeting, I skipped meal delivery and decided I was going to eat something good outta my kitchen. I took what was in my refrigerator and made another party in my mouth - the best spinach bacon tomato omelette.

Meal prep for an omelette with Vital Farms eggs.
Meal prep for an omelette with Vital Farms eggs.

There's a couple different things I could call this omelette:

  • BLAT (bacon, lettuce/spinach, avocado, tomato) omelette since I added avocado.

  • BATS (bacon, avocado, tomato, spinach)

  • BASS (bacon, avocado, sundried tomato, spinach)

  • BASE (bacon, avocado, spinach, everything sundried) since sundried tomatoes makes everything better.

One thing I'm definitely calling it is delicious because the flavors came together so beautifully - using what I already had in my kitchen!


Spinach Bacon Tomato Omelette Ingredients

Ingredients for spinach bacon sundried tomato omelette with avocado.
Ingredients for spinach bacon sundried tomato omelette with avocado.

Step 1: Prep.

This overlooked step is why cooking can feel overwhelming. I grabbed the ingredients out the refrigerator, my bowls, omelette pan, and cooking spray out the cabinet.

Step 2: Make the omelette filling.

I sprayed my omelette pan with Pam cooking spray and added 2 handfuls of spinach and a few sundried tomatoes. After a few minutes I added the bacon bits.

While that's cooking, crack and beat the eggs. Add salt, pepper, and a splash of milk for fluffiness, then beat.

Once the filling is done, spoon it into a bowl for now. Then add the eggs to the skillet.

Step 3: Thee omelette & the flip.

With omelettes I focus on flavor over aesthetics because the omelette flip may or may not destroy the whole meal.

Let the sides bubble, check the bottom and when it's kinda firm it's ready to flip.

This time around the flip was only a partial fail but the flavor more than made up for it.

Step 4: Almost done.

After the flip I add shredded cheese that I shredded myself. Tillamook sharp cheddar has become my go-to cheese. I add it to the omelette right after I flip, followed by the filling. Spread it around to cover 1/2 of the omelette.

But then the bottom is firm enough and ready for the foldover. This folderover was perfection and the way it caused some of the filling to ooze out was even cuter.


Put it on a Plate

Put it on a plate, add more shredded cheese and sliced avocado. It was so good - and so fulling that I only ate half. A few minutes later what do I hear? SMACKING as my husband is now on his work break and eating the other half...

I feel good having ate something good. Refill the water and back to work.

Have more Foodgasms!

COMMENT BELOW: What's your favorite work from home meal?


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