Basil and Goat Cheese Omelet Recipe

We are always looking for new ways to incorporate things that we grow in the garden into yummy recipes. This recipe uses fresh basil and is a perfect recipe for a fresh, healthy and fast breakfast or lunch!

Eggs in bowl


-2 eggs

-¼ teaspoon salt

-Freshly ground white pepper

-3oz. goat’s milk cheese

-1 tablespoon coarsely chopped basil

-2 tablespoons butter


-Break the eggs into a bowl, season with salt and pepper and beat well.

-Cut the goat’s milk cheese into cubes and stir into the eggs with the basil.

-Heat the butter in a frying pan, pour in the egg mixture and reduce the heat a little.

-Allow the omelet to set slowly, turn if necessary and cook other side.

Optional: Add diced tomatoes added colour and flavour!

This recipe is simply delicious when served with a fresh green salad on the side- try adding garden vegetables and your favourite dressing.

Final Omelet

If you tried this recipe, please let us know on our twitter! We would love to see your take on this recipe, your photos (for the culinary artists out there) and your questions/suggestions.

Check out “the Power of Basil” article for more information on basil.

4 responses to “Basil and Goat Cheese Omelet Recipe

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