Sep 13, 2016

Fluffy Vegan Omelet… made with Aquabfaba!



Hi all! I’ve been experimenting just a little bit more with aquafaba lately and you know what? It seems there is nothing this ingredient cannot do! Like make an omelet really fluffy. What is aquafaba? Here is the ultimate site that talks all about it: AQUAFABA

You can put anything you like in your omelet, of course. I just sautéed up some veggies and used a bit of vegan cheese. Yum! One thing to know about this recipe is that the consistency is not very similar to an egg omelet. This one is drier and more caky. No worries though. it’s still super good and worth making. But just wait… I have something in the wings that will blow your omelet-loving mind! 🙂 

Side note: yep, I’ve been very neglectful of my blog these days… there is just so much going on in other areas of my life at the moment. One such event is my son is getting married in a few weeks! My only child and I am so happy for him. My Mom (a.k.a. Nonna) is here visiting us for the month with more company on the way. I’ve been helping the soon-to-be-newlyweds plan things and will be doing the food—of course! So I haven’t forgotten about you. Just otherwise engaged (no pun intended).

Has it started to cool off in your neck of the woods yet? We are finally starting to feel like fall here. Yay for fall baking coming soon, soon, soon!

Healthy trails,







8 responses to “Fluffy Vegan Omelet… made with Aquabfaba!”

  1. Jen says:

    This looks so good! Can’t wait to try it.

    So exciting about the wedding 🙂

  2. Bethery says:

    Congratulations on becoming a mother-in-law. I dream of my only child (son) getting marries, and giving me a grandchild!!!!! Not that I’m anxious or anything.

    This looks great, and my omnivore husband might even enjoy it.


  3. lili says:

    I love the way your recipes have gotten More WPB.
    Thank you for this recipe. I think I will stuff it as a Vietnamese version Banh Xèo, WPB of course.ánh_xèo

  4. helynskitchen says:

    Great! Enjoy 🙂

  5. Sharon says:

    Once I open a can of chickpeas… can I keep aquafaba in the fridge until I need it? If so, how long can it be stored ft?

    • helynskitchen says:

      Great question, Sharon! I pour the liquid into ice cube trays, freeze and then pop them out into a ziplock. Lasts a long time in the freezer and each cube gives you about 1/4 cup. Very convenient! 🙂

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