Sweet Omelette with Berries & Nutty Drizzle

Sweet Omelette with Berries & Nutty Drizzle


Is there anything better than a berry-licious breakfast – or an omelette? How about a berry-licious, sweet omelette for breakfast?

I’m completely obsessed with berries at the moment – and for good reason! Berries contain a huge amount of vitamins, mineral and antioxidants (you know what they say – dynamite comes in small packages). Berries are also very low in sugar and calories AND they’re SUPER yummy!

I love eating berries in the morning in a smoothie, on top of a smoothie bowl, in oatmeal, with healthy pancakes or just by themselves – but sometimes when I’m feeling adventurous, I like to experiment and try something new.

This sweet omelette with mixed berries is my latest breakfast obsession. I love omelettes and in my opinion sweet omelettes are even better – have you ever tried a sweet omelette? Don’t leave here until you do try one!

Sweet omelettes (like regular omelettes) are really easy to make and this one is especially yummy… did you check out the nutty drizzle yet?

This recipe is naturally refined sugar-free, dairy-free and gluten-free –  and it’s full of healthy fats, healthy protein and good carbs.

I hope you love this sweet omelette recipe as much as I do! xo



Ingredients (omelette):

-2 free-ranged eggs
-1 teaspoon cold-pressed coconut oil
-tiny pinch sea salt

Ingredients (filling):

-1/2 cup fresh raspberries
-1/2 cup fresh blueberries
-1/8 cup chopped raw walnuts (or raw pecan nuts)
-1 tablespoon coconut flakes
-pinch of ground vanilla powder
-pinch of cinnamon

Ingredients (nutty drizzle):

-1 tablespoon nut butter (macadamia, cashew or almond)
-1 tablespoon 100% pure maple syrup (pure agave syrup or honey will work too)



-whisk the eggs together until well blended with a teeny tiny pinch of sea salt
-pour the whisked eggs into a heated pan that has been greased with 1 teaspoon oil
-once the one side is cooked, flip with a spatula and cook the second side
-please note that it’s always easiest to make an omelette with a good quality non-stick frying pan, but it is possible to make without a non-stick pan
-serve the cooked omelette on a plate
-mix the nut butter & pure maple syrup together to make the nutty drizzle
-fill or top the cooked omelette with fresh raspberries, blueberries, chopped nuts & coconut flakes
-drizzle the “nutty drizzle” over the omelette
-sprinkle a little cinnamon & vanilla over the sweet omelette
-serve, eat & enjoy every bite!

Made with love by Liezl Jayne xo



Photos by Liezl Jayne Strydom for liezljayne.com