Double Cheese Spinach and Mushroom Omelette + #AllThingsDairy Giveaway

An Opera Singer in the Kitchen
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 10:00:00 +0000
June is Dairy Month which means it’s time to celebrate #AllThingsDairy!   Fresh nutritious dairy foods like milk, cheese and yogurt don't just taste delicious; they're good for your body! Dairy foods are the #1 source of calcium in most individual’s daily diet and offer 9 essential nutrients. Milk and dairy products are fresh 365 days a year, making Dairy Month a great time to think about exciting, nutrient rich combinations like creative grilled cheese sandwiches, salads and refreshing desserts. Usually my go-to dairy intake comes from cheese. I usually cannot get enough of it and I love tasting and using all kinds of cheese in my meals. The most important meal of my day is always breakfast. I really try to have a well-rounded meal with eggs, veggies and cheese to give me the biggest protein-packed meal for my busy days with my toddlers. I usually start with a 3-egg base and saute a variety of veggies but usually my favorite combination is a mushroom spinach combo with spices. I add cream cheese bits to the egg mixture and pour it into my non-stick skillet and let it cook. I flip it over and add the sauteed veggies with about 1/4 cup of shredded cheddar and fold over. I then add another 1/4 cup of cheddar over the top of the omelette. So delicious and it keeps me going until a little past lunch when the girls keep me busy. The omelette is so versatile and so I change up the cheese with swiss or Monterrey jack cheese. I sometime add milk to my egg mixture to make a fluffy omelette but no all the time.  The American Dairy Association and Dairy Council salutes its local dairy farmers with a celebration of #AllThingsDairy as they seek nutritious recipes combining milk, cheese and yogurt with fresh produce. To learn more about the health benefits of dairy and the essential role it plays in your diet visit DairyGood.org Join in the fun and deliciousness and celebrate "All Things Dairy" with 15 Food Bloggers from around the country as we celebrate #AllThingsDairy by sharing some of our favorite dairy recipes PLUS enter for a chance to win one of 3 Cuisinart ICE-30BC Pure Indulgence™ Frozen Yogurt-Sorbet & Ice Cream Makers to entice you to make your own delicious dairy treats this summer! In addition to my cheese-filled omelette, here are a few other recipes to help you get you 3 servings of dairy a day. On top of that, you can enter this contest to win prizes. Three people will get a chance to win your own Ice Cream / Sorbet / Yogurt Maker. Souffle Bombay - Blueberry Cheesecake Shooters  What The Heck's A Bonbon? - Strawberry Watermelon Cucumber Granita with Vanilla Lemon Frozen Yogurt  Mind Over Batter - Strawberries and Cream Icebox Cake  Pass The Sushi - Roasted Blueberry Graham Cracker Crumble Frozen Yogurt  We're Parents - Strawberry Cheesecake Pancakes with Whipped Topping  Little Kitchie - Spinach & Prosciutto Pizza  Sugar Dish Me - Healthy Creamy Summer Pasta  The Vintage Mom - Strawberry Creamsicles & Other Creamy Treats  Real: The Kitchen and Beyond - 11 Grilled Cheese Combinations  Giggles Gobbles and Gulps - 10 Fun Ways To Drink Your Milk  How I Pinch A Penny - Banana Pudding Shooters  Kitchen Conundrum - Rich and Creamy Mac & Cheese  An Opera Singer In The Kitchen - Double Cheese Spinach & Mushroom Omelette  It's A Keeper - 10 Ice Cream & Frozen Treat Recipes  The Suburban Soapbox - The Ultimate Chocolate Martini a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council and they are responsible for prize fulfillment. For my participation, the ADADC provided a gift card to cover the expenses incurred for recipe ingredients.
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