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Date Omelette, an Eggcellent Idea

Updated: Jan 19

Did you know that the word ‘omelette’ came from the French language, originally meaning ‘blade’? Its shape is reminiscent of a large knife, which ‘laid’ name to this otherwise completely harmless dish.


Eggs can get very repetitive so here is an interesting recipe for you to spice things up. Try our indulgent date omelette, we are sure you will love it! In fact, we’d go so far as to say that it’s cutting edge :)


6 pitted dates + extra for garnish

1 tsp coconut oil

4 eggs


Coconut sugar


Slice up the dates and sauté them in a pan over medium heat in coconut oil. Meanwhile, whisk together the eggs, a pinch of salt, coconut sugar and cinnamon. Pour the egg mixture over the dates and let it cook until firm. Serve your omelette with some extra dates and cinnamon on top.

For more information about the amazing cancer fighting properties of dates see our blog.

You might like to add this recipe to your list of filling breakfast ideas - see our blog about eating breakfast like a King.

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