Omelet Spirals

These Omelet Spirals are a fun, kid-friendly twist on egg wraps. Add your favorite mix-ins and whip up a batch in just a few minutes. Perfect for school lunches, breakfast and snack time!

Omelet spirals with turkey, peppers and onions

Hi friends!

Just popping in today to share these little Omelet Spirals. These are an easy twist on one of my most popular blog recipes – these Easy Egg Wraps. I’ve been making the egg wraps for a few years now and love making a batch ahead of time and then quickly filling them with combos like guacamole and turkey or hummus and veggies for a quick lunch. My kids love them with pepperoni and cheese.

These Omelet Spirals are a fun twist because they’re quick and easy to make, with all the same goodies you’d get while eating an omelet. I think they’re a little more kid-friendly and you could definitely whip some up quickly the night before and pack in a lunch box! Plus they’re easy to customize – just pick your favorite protein and veggies.

Easy Omelet Spirals

You don’t really need exact quantities for these because it all depends how many you want to make. Each wrap has one egg and I typically slice each one into 4 spirals.

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Omelet Spirals

Omelet spirals for a quick, healthy breakfast or lunch

These Omelet Spirals are a fun, kid-friendly twist on egg wraps. Add your favorite mix-ins and whip up a batch in just a few minutes. Perfect for school lunches, breakfast and snack time!

  • Author: Lindsay

Ingredients

eggs

meat, optional – deli meat turkey or ham works great, as does pepperoni. You could also use chicken sausage if you chopped it very finely.

veggies- i used finely diced red peppers and green onions. You could use green peppers, mushrooms, etc, just make sure they’re finely diced.

shredded cheese

Instructions

Make sure all mix-ins are finely diced.

Crack one egg in a small bowl and whisk well.

Pour into a medium hot skillet (greased with butter or oil). Tilt pan if needed to spread egg into a somewhat circular shape.

Quickly sprinkle your desired mix-ins (meat and veggies) all across the egg. After 45 seconds to a minute, flip the egg wrap, pressing down with your spatula afterwards to help secure the mix-ins. Cook an additional 30 seconds, then flip back over and place on a plate.

Sprinkle with cheese and roll the wrap up. Cut into 4 spiral pieces.

Repeat as many times as desired.

See what I mean? So easy to customize and so easy to make!

These Omelet Spirals are a fun, kid-friendly twist on egg wraps. Add your favorite mix-ins and whip up a batch in just a few minutes. Perfect for school lunches, breakfast and snack time!

Enjoy!
–Lindsay–