I woke up this morning and decided to film my process for making protein ice-cream. Please excuse the wires dangling from our cabinets and torn up walls. We’re in the process of remodeling our kitchen.
After making my maple cinnamon ice-cream, I stuck in the freezer while I prepared the rest of my breakfast. Taking SoloSzabi’s advice, I made myself an apple pie omelet…
Since I was going for a more crepe-like omelet, I beat two egg whites with my hand mixer until stiff white peaks formed and then whisked in 1 whole egg and a few drops of vanilla. While beating the eggs, I heated up my cast iron skillet over medium high heat. Once it was hot, I added a small dollop of coconut oil and then poured in my egg mixture. After about 90 seconds, I filled the center of my omelet with a few spoonfuls of Trader Joe’s Chunky Spiced Apples (best applesauce ever!) and a few plumped-up raisins (to plump, soak raisins in water for about 15 minutes and then drain). I then flipped one half of my omelet over with a metal spatula and let it cook another minute or so. Toppings included one scoop of the maple cinnamon protein ice-cream and more cinnamon. An apple pie omelet a la mode…who would’ve thought? Me!
I am really loving these sweet omelets. Have you tried one yet?