This post is sponsored by Stella® Cheese but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
It’s my favorite time of the year again! It’s the holiday season and I am so excited for it to be here.
Holidays means tons of family time and usually excitement. It means tons of delicious food too!
This delicious food isn’t only meant for dinner though. During the holidays (and all year really), you can make your breakfast meals gourmet, with a touch of Stella Cheese.
I wanted to share our super simple delicious holiday breakfast dish with a touch of fancy three cheese flair from Stella Cheese.
Over the summer, we partnered with Stella Cheese and shared a delicious summer time recipe made with Fresh Milk Mozzarella. This time, for the holiday season, I’m sharing a recipe made with the Italian three cheese blend, made up of Asiago, Parmesan and Romano shredded cheeses.
If you’re looking to make your breakfast a little extra tasty, here you go!
Omelet with Stella Italian 3 Cheese Blend
- 4 Eggs
- Diced Green Pepper
- Diced Onion
- Stella Italian 3 Cheese Blend
- whatever other ingredients you like in your omelet
- optional salsa or other topping for omelet
- Scramble eggs in a bowl to prepare to put on stove.
- Add in 2 pinches of cheese blend into egg mixture
- Put mixture into omelet pan on medium heat. Wait for the bottom of the egg to cook
- Sprinkle pepper and onion on the center of the egg (and any other optional cook in ingredients)
- Wait for rest of egg to cook and the cheese to melt over peppers and onions
- Fold egg on plate
- Garnish another pinch of Stella Italian 3 Cheese Blend, salt and pepper (and any other toppings you’d like)
Breakfast is an essential part of the day. Make sure to start your holiday season off right with a delicious first meal of the day. Let Stella Cheese add an extra special gourmet touch to your meal this season.
Check out the variety of cheeses offered from Stella and find out where you can get yours by visiting their site.
What’s your favorite dish to fancy up with a little cheese?