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hCG Diet Berry Omelette

Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day, a lot of people have creative ways on how to eat their breakfast meals.

For some, they prefer their breakfast foods to be savory while others prefer them to be sweet.

Some people prefer eating bacon and eggs and some people prefer just eating bread or pancakes and some yogurt on the side as well.

Well, what if we could marry both savory and sweet flavors in a simple and easy to do breakfast dish, wouldn’t it be great?

Well today, I am going to share with you a recipe for the hCG Diet Berry Omelette. As you can tell, this dish incorporates eggs and some delicious berries into the mix as well.

A lot of people do not have a lot of time cooking breakfast; I get that. That is why I am recommending this dish because it is not only healthy and protein-rich but it also contains a lot of nutrients as well (not to mention the antioxidants found in the berries).

If you are excited to cook this dish, then you should get all of these ingredients first:

  • 1 large egg

  • 1 tablespoon skimmed milk

  • 3 pinches of cinnamon

  • 1/2 tsp grapeseed oil

  • 100g cottage cheese

  • 175g chopped strawberry, blueberries, and raspberries


  1. Get a small bowl and put the large egg in. Beat the egg with the milk and cinnamon, making sure that the ingredients are well incorporated.

  2. Next, get a non-stick frying pan and pour the beaten egg mixture onto it. The key here is to swirl the pan so that the egg spreads nicely.

  3. Cook for 2 minutes or until the bottom is a bit golden.

  4. After the egg has been cooked underneath, place it on a plate and then sprinkle it with the berries and cheese. Fold it and then serve!

As you can see, it literally takes only 5 minutes to make this dish, which I believe, is enough time most people spend in making their breakfast.

There are a lot of things I love about this dish. First, it is a marriage of both sweet and savory. Although we didn’t put salt on the egg, it still has a slightly savory taste to it when cooked with the cinnamon and the milk.

Furthermore, I just love the berries. Just remember that the combination of berries should not exceed 175 grams or else it will become a mess when you fold it. 175 grams of berries is actually quite a generous serving.

There are a lot of health benefits to the dish. First, it contains protein from the egg. Second, it contains a lot of vitamins and antioxidants to improve your health. Not to mention, this dish is very easy to do and it takes only 5 minutes to cook.

This dish is safe to consume on the 3rd phase of the hCG diet (although you can minimize on the berries to say, 100 grams, if you want to cook this on phase 2 of the hCG diet).

The hCG Diet Berry Omelette is quick, easy, healthy, and delicious, you should definitely try this dish out!