Souffle Omelette with Mushrooms

5 from 2 votes

Fluffy, soft, and delicious: everything a good omelette should be!

souffle omelette with mushrooms

Imagine a big, hefty slice of a fluffy, soft omelette that’s filled with sautèed mushrooms. Add in a touch of cheese and you’ll have our healthy and delicious Soufflè Omelette with Mushrooms. It tastes so heavenly because we make it a bit differently from the normal omelette. Don’t worry: We’ll walk you through our super special (but, easy) method in a minute. You’ll be an omelette-making pro in no time!

Omelettes are obviously a natural choice for breakfast because they’re made with eggs. Don’t be afraid to eat a dish like this Soufflè Omelette with Mushrooms for lunch or dinner, though. Being composed primarily of eggs, this dish is very rich in protein while being naturally low in carbs and sugar. Then you add in mushrooms, which are full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They also add a ton of flavor without adding much fat, calories, or cholesterol. The combination of both ingredients make this dish a powerhouse of nutrition!

Our Omelette Method

Imagine a big, hefty slice of a fluffy, soft omelette that's filled with sautèed mushrooms

Part of what makes this Soufflè Omelette with Mushrooms taste so incredible is the texture. A normal omelette is slightly creamy in texture, but we do something special to our omelette to make it really shine. Want to know what it is? Turn a normal omelette into a mini-soufflè!

A soufflè is basically an egg puff. When you whisk the egg whites to soft peaks and gently fold in the yolks, you get the full flavor of the egg while increasing the air in the whites. That makes it puff up when it encounters heat. For our Soufflè Omelette with Mushrooms, we take the best parts of a soufflè and combine them with an omelette to make it significantly easier to make.

All you need to do is separate the eggs. Then, whisk them separately. The egg whites will be whisked until they’re stiff while the yolks just need to be well mixed. Once you fold those yolks into the stiff white, you’re ready to go! With a little bit of more effort and time in whisking, the final result is so different from the usual kind of omelette that we are all used to.

Omelettes For Dinner

Don't be afraid to eat a dish like this Soufflè Omelette with Mushrooms for lunch or dinner, though. Being composed primarily of eggs, this dish is very rich in protein while being naturally low in carbs and sugar.

Just because it’s made with eggs doesn’t mean it’s not a dinner! Everyone loves breakfast for dinner, especially when it includes eggs, mushrooms, and wine. How do you combine all three with a lovely smooth coordination in the mouth? The best characteristics of the wine to pair this omelette with is a firm white white with medium structure. It should be sapid with a long persistence in the mouth and in the nose.

It would also be pleasant to have a smooth white wine that has been aged slightly longer. Chardonnay should work well, as well as Verdicchio, Friulano, Pinot Grigio, Greco, Fiano, and Riesling. Red wine can also go well because of the sautèed mushrooms. Try Pinot Noir, Dolcetto d’Alba, or Barbera. The possibilities are endless!

There are few dishes quite like this Soufflè Omelette with Mushrooms. It’s healthy, full of nutrient-dense ingredients, and it tastes incredibly rich. You’ll feel like you’re having a cheat day without actually having to take one!

5 from 2 votes

Souffle Omelette with Mushrooms

This breakfast souffle is delicious, nutritious, and just what you need for a weekend brunch.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Yield 1 people
Serving Size 1 each
Course Breakfast
Cuisine French


  • 1 teaspoon olive oil
  • 1 clove garlic minced
  • 8 ounces mushrooms sliced
  • 1 tablespoon parsley minced
  • 3 large eggs separated
  • 1/4 cup cheddar cheese fat-free, shredded


  • Over medium heat, in a skillet, warm olive oil and sautè the garlic.
  • Add the mushrooms and sautè for 10 minutes. Add the parsley then turn off the heat. Set aside.
  • Whisk the egg yolks, until thick. Next, beat the whites until white and frothy. (We used a blender for the egg whites). Fold the whites into the yolks, add cheese, and salt and pepper.
  • Spray large skillet with nonstick spray. Pour in the egg mixture then cover. Cook until the top and bottom are set. With the help of a spatula, loosen it carefully. Add the mushrooms to the omelette then carefully fold over. Serve hot.

Nutrition Information

Serving: 1each | Calories: 329kcal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 31g | Fat: 19g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 497mg | Sodium: 375mg | Potassium: 903mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 1108IU | Vitamin C: 11mg | Calcium: 191mg | Iron: 4mg |
SmartPoints (Freestyle): 9
Keywords Budget-Friendly, High Protein, Keto, Kid-Friendly, Low-Carb, Quick and Easy, Vegetarian

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Rowena Dumlao-Giardina

Rowena is a recipe developer and food & travel writer/photographer from Italy with Asian roots. Creating healthy dishes in her own kitchen is priority. She believes there is nothing more satisfying than knowing that her family is eating natural & nutritious meals.

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  1. Is the servings 6 or “2 to 3 servings”? You guys need to remove one of them because it’s very confusing!!!

  2. I ate the whole omelette which would be one serving right? so why does it say 6 servings? Does that mean it’s not 72 calories. It’s actually 72 x 6 = 432 calories? I’m confused. How could one omelette be 6 servings?

    1. Hi Jen, we’ve updated the serving size to one serving and have updated the nutritional information as well.

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