Creamy Spinach and Feta omelette recipe

Spinach and Feta omelette

Omelette’s are such a great way to start the day. A wonderful source of protein and healthy fats as well as B vitamins. Sometimes I like to grate some cheese onto the omelette while it is still cooking and then close it, cooking for a few minutes before flipping and cooking on the other side, allowing just enough heat to penetrate through to slightly warm the cheese. Resulting in a gooey, oozy cheesy omelette! But that is not today’s recipe.

Today’s recipe is probably one that is prolific on the internet, but this is my take on it.

Step 1: You need to make a basic bechamel sauce (butter, flour and milk). I use corn flour to make it gluten free. At the end of making my sauce, I add a smidgen of nutmeg to it. I only add the nutmeg in this case because nutmeg goes so well with spinach.

Step 2: Next to you need to boil your spinach for about 5-7 minutes. Drain it and squeeze the excess water out. I do this by pressing the back of a spoon or potato masher onto the spinach while still draining in the colander.

Step 3: Once your spinach is cooked and drained, add it to the bechamel sauce, stirring to make sure it is fully incorporated.

Step 4: Crack two or three eggs into a bowl and whisk together.

Step 5: Pour a little bit of olive oil into your pan and heat it on high for about a minute or two. once the oil is hot, turn the pan down to medium high. Add the whisked eggs to the pan, rotating the pan so that the egg fills the bottom.

Step 6: At this stage, I sprinkle over salt and pepper and a dash of turmeric and smoked paprika. I love both this flavors so much and it helps to cut through the richness of the sauce.

Step 7: Once the omelette is almost cooked (the center will be slightly jiggly still) I flip it. Then I add the creamed spinach in a straight line across the omelette, a few centimeters away from the edge (but not in the middle) I then sprinkle over some feta cheese and close the omelette. I give it about 30 seconds and then remove from the pan.

Creamy Spinach and Feta omelette

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Bechamel sauce

*3 tbsp butter (45g)

*3 tbsp corn flour

*250ml milk of choice

*dash of nutmeg


*2 cups of chopped spinach


*2-3 eggs

*salt and pepper

*dash each turmeric and smoked paprika

*half a disc of crumbed feta cheese


Bechamel sauce

1. Into a small saucepan place the butter and melt on medium high heat.

2. Once melted add the corn flour and whisk together quickly to form a paste.

3. While still whisking, add the milk in a slow and steady stream to the pot.

4. Continue to whisk until the mixture is smooth and free of lumps, it will form air bubbles.

5. Continue to whisk until the mixture starts to thicken, this could take a few minutes.

5. Once the mixture is thick, remove from the heat.


1. Chop two cups of spinach and add to a pot of pre boiled water.

2. Boil for about 5-7 minutes. The spinach shouldn’t be mushy and should still hold it’s shape.

3. Drain into a colander and press with the back of a large spoon to remove the excess water.

4. Add the spinach to the bechamel sauce and mix until well incorporated.


1. Into a bowl, crack the 2 or 3 eggs and whisk to combine.

2. Preheat a pan with a tbsp of olive oil for 2 minutes and then turn it down to medium high heat.

3. Add the whisked eggs, swirling the pan to make sure it reaches the whole bottom.

4. While the egg is cooking, sprinkle salt, pepper, Turmeric and paprika on top.

5. Once the omelette is almost cooked through(the center won’t be cooked), flip it over.

6. Add the creamy spinach to the omelette and then sprinkle the feta over.

7. Close the omelette, cook for a further 30 seconds and then remove from the pan.


Published by Bonnie

Hello. My name is Bonnie. Welcome to my page. I have been an avid baker for about 20 years. Of those years, seven have been gluten-free baking. I discovered I had a chronic intolerance to gluten and began experimenting with converting my all time favorite recipes into gluten-free ones. I also have developed my own recipe repertoire. I am married and have two children. My husband and son are not gluten intolerant but my daughter is. She has also been the motivation for persevering in creating recipes we both can enjoy. My journey has taught me so much and I know many others can benefit from my experience. My hope is that you will find something you can order that you have missed and longed for being gluten intolerant or celiac. Or perhaps you just want a healthier option as I also offer alternatives to some of my orders such as sugar free, grain free and low carb. I share my experience and story in more detail on my Instagram page. (@bonniesGFbakery) Please feel free to follow me there. Located in Somerset West, Western cape, South Africa. I deliver to the Helderberg basin area which includes Somerset West, Gordans Bay and Strand.

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