Do you ever buy kitchen gadgets that sit in the back of your cupboards and never get used once the novelty wears off? I certainly do.
Last night I decided it was time to organize my over-flowing cupboards, and found the GT Xpress 101 that I thought was going to save me tons of cooking time.
Truth is, I had forgotten how much fun this gadget was to use. You can make almost anything in it. Bake muffin, pancakes, chicken, fish, potatoes, and best of all, the easiest omelete you’ll ever make.
The GT Xpress 1o1 has two compartments. You fill each compartment with your food of choice, close the lid and it cooks in record time.
My omelete came out perfectly cooked – cheesy and delicious. Best of all I was well within my meals under 400 calories challenge, even with my 100 calorie piece of whole wheat toast!
2 large eggs
2 large egg whites
2 slices ham, choppped
2 slices cheddar cheese, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
- Whip eggs.
- Fill compartments with 1/2 egg mixture.
- Split ham and cheese between compartments and top with remaining eggs.
- Cook 4 – 5 minutes until egg is set.
What’s good for me in this dish?
Eggs provide tryptophan, selenium, iodine, vitamins B2 and B12, and protein. Eating eggs promotes eye health. They can
also contribute to the prevention of strokes and heart attacks. Free range, or cage free eggs are considered to be higher in quality nutrients such as all nine essential amino acids, and are less likely to contribute to high cholesterol levels.
Amount Per Serving
Total Fat: 13.44g
Total Carbs: 1.19g
Dietary Fiber: —
Weight Watchers Points 6
Nutrition details obtained from whfoods.org, nutritiondata.com, about.com, and abouthomecooking.com I am not a licensed nutritionist, nor a medical professional, and do not mean this information as medical or nutrition advice. See your medical professional if you have questions regarding your nutritional needs.