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Sirtfood Omelet Recipes to Spice Up Boring Breakfasts

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If you just started the Sirtfood Diet, you probably need a few ideas to get you started. In this post, I’ll be sharing fast and easy sirtfood diet omelet recipes you can try today.

As you already know, protein is a vital component of the sirtfood diet. Eggs are a common source of animal protein, especially for breakfast meals. One large egg contains 6 grams of protein. The Sirtfood diet creators believe that pairing a protein source like eggs with arugula, olive oil, red onions, parsley, and turmeric; you have a winning breakfast on your plate.

Today I’m sharing sirtfood diet-friendly omelet recipes for you to add to your weekly menu.

Sirtfood Omelet Recipe Ideas:

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These are recipes that can be used when you’re not feeling creative or need something quick.

Tips: Cook your meats first and then use the amount of ingredients that fit your tastes. I tend to prefer overcooked omelets. You can cook any of these omelettes in the way that tastes best to you.

Cook in extra virgin olive oil or the grease from the meat you just cooked.

Easy Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, 1 tbs fresh chopped parsley, half a red endive sliced, 1/8 cup of cheese of choice (listed above), and arugula. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Smoked Salmon Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, 2-3 oz smoked salmon, 1/2 tsp capers, a handful of arugula, 1 tsp fresh chopped parsley, cheese if desired. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Bacon & Parsley Keto Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, 1 oz bacon, 1 tsp fresh chopped parsley, Parmesan cheese to taste, and half a red endive sliced. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil

Pizza Sirtfood Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, 1 oz chorizo, red onion, kale, and mozzarella cheese. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil or chorizo grease (my preference).

Kale & Cheese Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, handful kale, chopped red onion, a pinch of garlic, 1 tsp chopped fresh parsley, chili pepper to taste, and 1/8 c fetta cheese. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Edamame Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, 1/2 tsp fresh garlic, 1/4 c edamame, 1/2 Tbsp soy sauce, 1/8 c cheddar cheese. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Mushroom Stuffed Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, cremini mushrooms, 1-2 Tbsp cream cheese, 1 Tbsp bacon, 1/2 Tbsp parmesan cheese. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Brocolli & Bacon Siftfood Omelette Recipe:

2 eggs, chopped broccoli florets, red onion, 1-2 Tbsp cream cheese, 1 Tbsp bacon, 1/4 tsp garlic, cheddar cheese. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Creamy Herb Seafood Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, 2-3 oz cooked fish, 1 Tbsp heavy cream, dash of dill, thyme, and bay leaf. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Creamy Artichoke Omelet Recipe:

2 eggs, artichokes, 1 – 2 Tbsp cream cheese, 1/4 tsp garlic, red onion, handful of kale, and salt and pepper. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

Bok Choy & Bacon Keto Omelet:

2 eggs, bok choy, 1 – 2 Tbsp bacon, 1/4 tsp garlic, 1/4 tsp turmeric, a handful of arugula. Cooked in extra virgin olive oil.

You can easily create your recipes using the ingredients below. This list will be helpful because you can use the ingredients you already have on hand or make a shopping list for future meal prep.

Sirtfood Approved Omelet Recipe Ingredients

Top Twenty:Other Sirt Foods:Additional Add-Ins:
Arugula
Buckwheat
Capers
Celery
Birds-Eye Chilies
Extra virgin olive oil
Garlic
Kale
Parsley
Red endive
Red onion
Turmeric
Artichokes
Asparagus
Bok choy
Broccoli
Cabbage
Chives
 Cremini mushroom
Dill
Edamame
Olives
Oregano
Peppers/paprika
Quinoa
Seaweed
Salmon
Shallots
Spinach
Spirulina
Thyme
Tomato
Wasabi
Watercress
White onions
Bacon
Cheddar Cheese
Chorizo
Cream Cheese
Fetta Cheese
Goat Cheese
Mozzarella Cheese
Parm Cheese

My Favorite Top 20 Sirtfood-friendly Omelets :

These are recipes I’ve compiled from various websites. If you notice any ingredients that don’t work for the sirtfood diet, you can substitute them or remove them altogether. Example: If the recipe calls for butter, use extra virgin olive oil instead. If it calls for onions, replace it with red onions.

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Arugula – Try this Turkey Arugala Omelet Roll

Buckwheat – Try this Savoury Buckwheat Omelette. This recipe looks delectable! While it may require a few tweaks, it shouldn’t change the taste.

Capers – Mushroom & Capers Omelet – Described by the chef as sharp-tasting and a bit sour; this recipe sounds like an adventure waiting to happen!

Celery – I would have never considered adding celery to an omelet before today. After finding not one, but two amazing celery themed recipes, I decided to share them both! Try this Celery Omelet and this delicious looking Cheese & Celery Omelet.

Birds-Eye Chilies – Basil & Chilli Omelet

Extra virgin olive oil – What recipe is this ingredient not in? 😉

Garlic – Spinach & Garlic Omelet – Substitute milk with heavy cream or cream cheese.

Kale – You will love this Kale Skillet Omelet! OMG, it is mouth-watering.

Parsley – If you love herbs, your tastebuds will cheer when you reward them with this Fine Herbs Omelette recipe.

Red endive – Try this Onion and Red Chickory Omelet.

Red onion – Try this onion and cheese omelet. I’m making this one next! Seriously, this omelet looks delicious!

Turmeric – Try this Tumeric Infused Omelet

Omelet Meal Prep Tips:

Did you know that you can make omelets before you need them and freeze them for later? Food prep can make or break your diet. Why force yourself to cook on an empty stomach when you can prep your food once a week?


When I’m working with clients on changing unhealthy behavior habits, I teach them to combat the problem by preparing for the problem. If you know you will be hungry when you wake up, and you’d instead grab a pop-tart than cook a meal, you can easily prevent this temptation by cooking your food beforehand.


If you don’t enjoy microwaved or reheated frozen omelets, you can make the process quicker by prepping all of your ingredients once a week. When it’s time to cook, you can toss everything in the pan and have a hot meal in less than 10 minutes.


Pre-made omelets can also be stored in the refrigerator for 3-4 days in a sealed container.

Sirtfood Diet Breakfast Recommendations:

The authors of this diet recommend eating as soon as possible but you also need to have your green juice 30 minutes before breakfast so you get all of your meals eaten by 7 pm. If you don’t like drinking the green juice first thing in the morning you can always have breakfast and wait 2-3 hours. I find that this makes snacking less desirable.

While breakfast isn’t scientifically the “most important meal of the day,” it is a great way to set yourself up for success by fueling your body and mind.

Sirtfood Omelet Recipes are also Low-Carb, Keto & Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian

If you are not currently on the sirtfood diet, you can still enjoy these recipes. If you are on a keto or low carb diet, you will find that you can eat most sirtfoods without breaking your diet. For Lacto-ovo vegetarians, you can skip the meat in any of these recipes, and you’ll be good to go!

How To Cook an Omelet:

There are thousands of variations when it comes to making the perfect omelet. The key is finding the method and style that makes you fall in love with every omelet you cook. I’ve included two different ways below. If you have a technique you love, please share it in the comments so we can try it.

Microwave Omelet Method:

Did you know you can microwave your omelet? If you’re not stuck on the traditional omelet shape, you can even use a mug instead of a bowl!

Stove-Top Omelet Method:

Here is a basic tutorial to help you master these recipes if you’ve never made an omelet.

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