Chocolate Omelette with Greek Yogurt and Raspberries

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Who says omelettes have to be savory? Who says your breakfast must be unhealthy if you have a sweet tooth? This recipe here proves omelettes can be sweet and healthy at the same time! Still don’t believe it? See the list of ingredients – all healthy foods, some even the so-called superfoods. So enjoy this guilt free and healthy breakfast alternative to crepes and savory omelettes and thank me later.

Ingredients (serves 1):

2 eggs, whisked

¼ tsp vanilla extract

1 tbsp dark agave syrup

1 heaping tbsp raw cacao powder

½ tsp butter, for the pan

Greek yogurt, for serving

Frozen raspberries, for serving

1 tsp powdered xylitol, for serving

Instructions:

1. Heat a medium non-stick pan to medium heat. Add ½ tsp butter and allow it to melt completely. Make sure your pan is really hot before adding the egg mixture.

2. In the meantime, whisk 2 eggs, vanilla extract, agave syrup and raw cacao powder. You might find the cacao powder to be a little “resistant”, not wanting to mix with the eggs, if you are using a fork to whisk them together, but be persistent and you will soon get a nice smooth mixture.

3. Pour the mixture in the heated pan and cook for about 2 minutes. Cover the pan for about a minute to allow to cook from the top as well. Slide the omelette on a plate and flip in back into the pan to cook from the other side as well. This should only take about a minute.

4. Transfer to a plate, fill with frozen raspberries and a few teaspoons of greek yogurt and fold. Sprinkle with powdered xylitol and serve immediately.

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