Roasted Oats Omelette Recipe

Sep 11, 2011 by

Healthy Breakfast


I discovered this new way of eating oats, when I first thought of it I wasn’t sure how it would turn out but after I tried it, it has become one of my favorite breakfast recipes.
It is very easy to make and it adds a variation for eating oats, besides for boiling or adding them to smoothies. This is definitely the tastiest way of eating oats I’ve ever found and it doesn’t take a way too much form it’s natural form.


The ingredients


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  • 1. Half a cup of Old Fashioned Oats
  • 2. Two Organic Eggs
  • 3. A table spoon and a half of Virgin Coconut Oil ( unrefined and un processed, I wrote a post about the benefits of virgin coconut oil)
  • 4. Sea salt to taste

Heat up a frying pan on medium to low heat and add a table spoon of coconut oil ( make sure the heat is not high, we want to keep as many nutrients in our food as possible, it will take a bit longer to cook but will keep most of the nutrients ).

Place the oats in a pan and roast for about 5 minutes, tossing them around until they are a little bit golden. Add sea salt.


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After they turned a bit golden, move them to the side of the pan and add the other half of table spoon of coconut oil. Don’t mix the eggs with oats right away, let them absorb the coconut oil first ( so the pan they won’t get stuck to the pan, because the oats have a tendency to absorb all of the oil ). After the eggs absorbed the coconut oil, you can begin to mix the oats with the eggs. Always keep the heat medium to low or just low.

Enjoy your breakfast! If you try it let me know how you liked it :).



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  • Mary Huber

    We are enthusiastic fans of eggs, coconut, and oatmeal, so it’s wonderful to see your recipe that combines all of these ingredients.

    I’m going to make it as soon as my husband is up and ready for breakfast. 

    Thank you so much for your creativity and your thoughtfulness in posting your inventive recipe.   It sounds yummy, and oh-so-good for you!

    Mary Huber

    • That was such a sweet comment :), you are very welcome.

  • Mizfit

    OMG VERY COOL!!! (yes apparently I need a life 🙂 but I was that excited)

  • l-p-r

      🙂  thanks for getting me to eat more oats!   🙂  …like a fancy cake, pan fried! 

    ..thought to share this..protein-packed hemp seed chocolate chip cookies

      …  I like the history of food – 

     Hemp is not unique in having all the essential amino acids in its embryonic
    seed. Flax seeds also contain all the essential amino acids as do many other
    seeds in the plant kingdom. What is unique about hemp seed protein is that 65%
    of it is globulin edistin. That is the highest in the plant kingdom.    sourced:  

    -what got me to respond was how chickens were feed hemp seeds and made eggs ‘soul’ much healthier! 

    • Hey you 🙂

      Thanx for sharing. I’ve never tried hemp seeds but I always see them in the whole foods store. I will try the recipe but without the chocolate chips ( maybe dried figs or something instead ), I will also substitute brown sugar with raw honey and regular flower with something else ( I am trying new diet without refined grains and sugars 🙂 ). I can’t wait to try those seeds.

  • sus

    Totally going to try this in the morning! IT LOOKS SO YUMMY!

    • Ohh Sus you are gonna love it! I can’t even look at boiled oats anymore ever since I’ve tried toasting them :).  My husband loves it as well 🙂

  • I had that today for breakfast, it’s tasty) thanks for sharing. 🙂 I also added some fresh dill and coriander to eggs)

  • Love it and eat it almost every morning adding cinnamon, chia seeds, almonds or a bit of berries. Thank you, Tatiana!

  • Evaleen

    Darnit, I’ve been meaning to try this recipe… so many good foods to eat, it’s tough to choose. :p

    And wanted to ask: anyone tried a Spanish omelette (or “tortilla”)? I absolutely love this simple dish, it even got me into eating onions regularly, when I had loathed those since… well, ever!!! The basic ingredients: potato (the type for baking), onion, eggs, and salt/pepper to taste. The traditional way to make it is to first fry the potato and onion in a shallow pan filled with olive oil, then drain that off before adding to beaten eggs… not very healthy sounding I know, but you can coat the potato with a little olive oil and bake it till tender (350 degrees uncovered for 1/2 hour is good) and saute the onions separately.

    • I got to try that out 🙂

      • Evaleen

        I think you’d really like it! Some people are a bit unsure about the flipping part, but using a lid for the 1st half of the cooking will dry out the top, so no egg mess.

        I make veggie-stuffed omelettes in that style all the time:
        – 2 whole eggs
        – Cumin, praprika, lots of dried parsley, fresh ground pepper, and kosher salt
        – A cup of finely diced broccoli, red bell pepper, yellow onion, carrot, and celery… I lightly saute the veggies first with a tsp of olive oil (I find that this step adds so much flavor!)
        – Hot black coffee… of course this is separate, but it’s just as essential :p

        Anyway, ^^one of my favorite breakfasts– it’s so filling!

        • Speaking of your favorite breakfast – I made your pancakes today – will be posting either tonight or tomorrow morning – love it 🙂

  • Sdravstvujte,

    Snachala nado chut chut podgarit hlopia, vi dage ih mogete bez masla na malenkom ogonke sdelat, kogda oni budut zolotogo sveta dobavte maslo i yajsa, potom vse mogno smeshat.

  • so delicious!!!I like this recipe so much!!!!Thank you!!!you are so pretty!!!)what about another recipes with oats

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  • Sonya Luchkova

    Oooo so amazing breakfast! I never try combine oats with omelette on one pan. I want to try it 🙂 Thanks you for inspiration!