What’s the one animal product that you feel like you could never give up?
For vegans; what is a food that you miss the most?
For me, its eggs! I was the biggest fan of eggs and they were the last to go from my diet. I was a huge fan of omelettes and would order them a lot at brunch. HOWEVER.. believe me when I tell you that this is better than ANY omelette I have ever tried before.
If you miss eggs/cannot give them up please try @eatjust egg. I don’t have it often but when I do I love making this omelette. SAVE this recipe to make yourself a lovely, savory, off-the-heezy (do people still say that?) brunch this weekend!
How to make a Vegan Omelette without Chickpea Flour:
The secret ingredient to making a vegan omelette without chickpea flour! You can now find this brand at most grocery stores such as Whole Foods, Lucky, Sprouts and many more. This post is not sponsored. Want to try something that is different or a bit less processed? Check out this super simple recipe on how to make your own vegan eggs from chickpea flour.
These are really up to you! I recommend you pick your favorite vegetables but here are some I recommend that go well with omelettes:
Green onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, zucchini, spinach, kale, jalapeños and shaved brussel sprouts.
Add extra oomf to your omelette by adding nutritional yeast, vegan cheese or a cheese sauce! I absolutely love Follow Your Heart vegan cheese as well as adding nutritional yeast.
Other condiments to consider adding: red pepper flakes, salsas, chili sauces such as tabasco and Tapatio, vegan sour cream and maybe even pesto!
How to avoid breaking your Vegan Omelette:
- Avoid flipping it with a spatula because it most likely will break/rip.
- Make sure to cover it with a lid the entire time it is cooking. This way it cooks thoroughly and you don’t need to flip it.
- Once it’s cooked, take a large plate, flip it upside down on top of the pan and then flip the pan upside down while you hold the plate to transfer the omelette over. Ta-da!