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Anyone used cottage cheese in an omelette??

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by jaylou, 7 September 2009 Social URL.

  1. jaylou

    jaylou Gold Member

    Just wondered what it was like? Not sure how it would turn out, I fancy an omelette and don't want to use cheese!
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  3. Vixxster

    Vixxster Nojo on the YoYo

    Probably taste like that quichey stuff won't it? I dunno hun, not got mushrooms or spring onions? Not got parmesan shavings for a sneaky syn and a half for a sprinkle?
  4. jaylou

    jaylou Gold Member

    Well I did it and it was lovely. Used bacon, onions, tomatoes and cottage cheese and finished it off under the grill so it all bubbled up. Syn free!

    I do normally use parmesan or cheese but wanted to save some syns - "trying" to be good ya see!

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  5. b_n_3003

    b_n_3003 Silver Member

    I love cottage cheese, and put it in everything, yum, and finishing off under the grill sounds a good idea, I always struggle flipping :)
  6. sarahandmolly

    sarahandmolly Gold Member

    That looks lovely! x
  7. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    Jaylou that looks really lovely - and no synful 'proper' cheese in sight, well done. X
  8. lesserme

    lesserme shrinking granny

    I usually put laughing cow cheese into my omeletes (sp)
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  9. Circes

    Circes Strutting her stuff

    It look great! I must admit to sometimes putting some chive and onion cottage cheese in my tomato sauce for the pasta. Gives it a bit of oomph! I've also seem pizzas with cottage cheese on them - so why not!

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