Healthy Baked Bean Omelet

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

My favorite breakfast. Easy, low-fat, filling, and energizing!!! Also great for an afternoon snack. You can use your favorite brand of baked beans. I personally like the fat-free Heinz in tomato sauce.


  1. Sautee broccoli in a skillet until tender.
  2. Add egg whites to the broccoli and let cook until semi-firm. Flip and cook until the eggs set.
  3. Add the baked beans in the center and fold.
  4. ENJOY!
Most Helpful

What an easy & satisfying way to kick-start the day! Doubled the recipe for 2 of us! I often have a combo of steamed broccoli & cauliflower in the frig, & another time I'd like to try it with that combo & the beans & it would really be tasty with some jazzed-up, leftover baked beans, too, though perhaps not quite as healthy for you! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC tag]

Sydney Mike November 17, 2008

I liked this. I love broccoli and I love beans. It's fast and it truly is energizing. I'm definitly having it more often. Instead of fresh broccoli I used frozen and next time I have to spray a bit of pam in the pan before because it was sticky.

sylviaspisic February 11, 2008