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Whether you call it an om-nut or a d-omelet, this recipe is a fun way to mix up your standard breakfast. Eggs are one of the most inexpensive ways to get your protein intake for the day – but do you ever get bored of your typical egg scramble or fried eggs? If so, try making this omelet donut. You can add your favorite fresh veggies and cheese to this tasty dish that feeds 12 people.
Eating eggs for breakfast offers many health benefits. They are rich in antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, which protect the eyes and can reduce the risk of obtaining an eye disease such as cataracts. Additionally, they have a minimal amount of carbs and zero grams of sugar, so they won’t raise your blood glucose levels first thing in the morning. One large egg contains about six grams of protein, so this “donut” will surely keep you full for a busy morning!
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