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Creamy No-Fail Omelet

Creamy No-Fail Omelet recipe
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Simply adding a bit of cream cheese to the eggs is the secret to making this omelet fluffy and flavorful.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
2 servings, 1/2 omelet each
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posted:
10/8/2011
Used egg substitute instead of eggs. I thought this was quite tasty.
posted:
1/25/2009
It smelled and looked good. Taste was alright but I found it a bit bland. Adding salt on top helped a bit
posted:
9/9/2008
This tourned out really good. I wasn't too sure about the cream cheese, but I really enjoyed the flavor it added to the eggs. I skipped the green onions and added chopped peppers instead. I'll definately make this recipe again.
posted:
3/2/2008
This omelet tastes really good. I don't like green onions so I didn't use them, but you can add whatever you want to it. I love the flavor the cream cheese adds.
posted:
11/1/2007
Good, but it's a lot of eggs. Try halfing the recipe, make one serving at a time.
posted:
4/9/2007
Since I'm pretty new at cooking, I couldn't get it to work as an omelet. But I turned it into scrambled eggs and it tasted great! The cream cheese really makes it delicious and unique.
posted:
7/5/2006
I tried it 3 times and it never turned out very well... think I'll stick with my old recipe...
posted:
6/12/2006
very easy to make,instead of real eggs,I used eggbeaters.I like to change the variations of the vegetable,will keep using the cream cheese.
posted:
5/29/2006
I substituted two of the eggs with egg substitute product to make it a little lower in cholesterol.
posted:
5/2/2006
I don't know how big the "small pieces" of cream cheese are supposed to be, but you could see and taste the cream cheese in the omlette when it was cooked. It didn't taste bad, I just don't know if that was the intention. I also had a little difficulty with the 2nd and 3rd omlettes I made. It requires that you thoroughly clean the pan between each omlette, or you will have problems with sticking. Otherwise it tasted great and was very filling.
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