High Protein Spinach Omlette 🍳
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High Protein Spinach Omlette 🍳

Sep 14, 2020

High Protein Spinach Omlette 🍳

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A delicious savoury wrap idea to be be filled with your favourite veggies and protein for a light meal or have a good idea for the perfect snack.
Prep time: 30 minutes
20g Herbalife Nutrition Personalized Protein Powder
125g fat free Greek yoghurt (do not use regular yoghurt)
4 egg whites
2 tbsp water
30g plain flour
55g frozen spinach, thawed
2tbsp white chia seeds
1tsp salt
1. Combine yoghurt, egg whites and water in to a food processor or blender; add flour, Herbalife Nutrition Personalized Protein Powder, spinach, chia seeds and salt. Blend thoroughly. Mixture should be the consistency of pancake batter*.

2. Spray a small non-stick skillet with non-stick pan spray (or wipe with a little bit of oil). Heat pan over medium-high heat.
3. When pan is hot, pour about 3 tbsp of batter into the pan, and then quickly and very gently spread the batter with back of a metal spoon into a 5-6” circle. Let the wrap cook until nicely browned on the bottom, then gently turn and cook until the second side is also nicely browned.
4. When both sides are brown, gently place on paper towels or a cooling rack to cool. Repeat with remaining batter, spraying pan with non-stick spray before making each wrap, to prevent sticking.
Calories 86, Fat 2g, Carbohydrate 7.7g, Sugars 1g,Β Fibre 1.7g, Protein 9.8g

*Chia seeds soak up a lot of liquid, especially if the mixture is allowed to sit, so it’s best not make this batter ahead of time; instead, prepare the batter just before you are ready to make the wraps. If, as you are cooking the wraps, you find that the batter is getting thicker, stir in a little water – a tablespoon at a time (be careful not to add too much) – to maintain the pancake-batter consistency.
* Only when prepared as instructed on the product label does our product deliver the full nutrition benefits described on that label. Please remember that if a Herbalife Nutrition product is used in a heated recipe, some vitamin levels in the finished product may decline in comparison to label values.”