Easy 10-Minute Beef and Broccoli Omelet Breakfast Recipe

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This simple ground beef and broccoli omelet is inspired by leftover beef and veggies and a craving for an omelet. It’s a budget-friendly breakfast option made with just three ingredients that I always find in my fridge (and probably in yours, too). Using just one skillet and ten minutes of your time, you can transform all that leftover food into a satisfying brand-new meal packed with protein and fiber.

This recipe is a vibrant mix of tender broccoli florets and some leftover beef stir-fry, all stuffed in an omelet. You can enjoy the same rich and savory flavors from the night before, now wrapped up in a different, mouth-watering presentation. With minimal prep time, you can whip it up quickly for breakfast any day of the week.

This a versatile approach to leftovers that’s sure to please. Add it to your collection of must-try easy omelet recipes today!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Have you ever opened your fridge to see nothing but half-filled containers from the previous week’s dinners? It might feel like you have nothing to eat, but you can still turn those leftovers into a whole new dining experience. Here’s why you should add this beef and broccoli omelet recipe to your cooking repertoire:

  • Budget-friendly
  • Amazing flavors
  • Minimal cleanup
  • Family-friendly and kid-approved: Perfect way to get kids and picky eaters to eat their veggies.
  • Simple ingredients: A great way to use up leftover broccoli and other ingredients sitting in your pantry.
  • Short prep and cooking time: Takes more or less 10 minutes to make.
  • Basic kitchen equipment: Requires just a single skillet and a spatula.
  • Easy-to-follow directions: Follow 5 simple steps involving stir-frying and mixing ingredients.
Hamburger omelette.

How to Make An Omelet with Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry

From start to finish, this beef and broccoli omelet should take only 10 minutes to prepare, cook, and serve.

To cook this meal, toss your stir-fried beef and broccoli florets in a skillet or pan, make some omelet, and arrange the stir-fry on one half of your omelet. With a spatula, fold the omelet in half to cover and rest on top of the filling. That’s it, you’re done!

If you need a basic tutorial, here’s an easy way to make a traditional omelet. You can then dive into this recipe with confidence.

Instead of sliced steak, I make beef and veggie stir-fry with ground beef as my protein because I simply don’t have the patience to do all of the slicing and searing. Ground beef is a cheaper red meat option and tastes just as good as regular beef. Best of all, it requires none of the prep work except a little stirring.

Scroll to the bottom of this post for a printable recipe card with a full list of ingredients, measurements, and step-by-step instructions to make this savory beef and broccoli omelet.

Ingredients You Need

I love how fulfilling and tasty this beef and broccoli omelet is. At home, we have a lot of the ingredients on hand at all times. I’m not even kidding when I say the list of ingredients isn’t too long!

  • Eggs: Use free-range, pastured, or raise them yourself.
  • Coconut oil: Has a mild flavor that’s perfect for stir-fry and omelet recipes.
  • Beef and broccoli stir fry: This is what I use, but you can easily substitute it with any stir-fry recipe you like best.
Low-carb stir fry omelette in a white plate.

Step-By-Step Instructions

It’s no secret that leftovers are the key to this beef and broccoli omelet recipe. Prep and cook times are easily cut down to 10 minutes because you’ve already made the main ingredient ahead of time.

Once you have all three ingredients, you’re already halfway to making this easy dish. Whip up a batch on a busy Monday or anytime you want something quick and filling.

  1. Re-heat vegetable sauté mixOn a hot skillet or frying pan, toss in beef and stir-fried broccoli over medium-high heat until warm, then set aside.
  2. Make your omeletHeat oil in the pan. Whisk eggs and pour into the greased pan, then allow to cook for two minutes until the edges start to set.
  3. Stuff filling into your omeletSpread a portion of the vegetable mixture to one-half of the omelet, lowering the heat until the egg is nearly cooked through. With a spatula, gently fold the other half over the filling to create a half-moon shape. Once cooked through, slide the omelet onto a plate and serve immediately.

Want more tasty beef recipes? Beef and broccoli casserole is another delicious meal to make that combines these familiar ingredients in a one-dish meal to feed the whole family.


This Slow-Cooked Beef and Broccoli Recipe also makes a great filling for your omelet. It’s a versatile dish, so don’t be afraid to experiment with other leftovers and ingredients you may have sitting in your fridge or pantry. Here are some ideas:

  • Replace ground beef with shredded chicken or ground turkey.
  • Garnish with chopped olives or fresh herbs like cilantro, parsley, or green onion.
  • Sprinkle some crushed cashews, sesame seeds, or bacon bits for more flavor and texture.
  • Veggie-fy the dish by adding a variety of additional vegetables like bell peppers, cabbage, spinach, kale, or button mushrooms.
  • Make it creamier by adding shaved cheese like cheddar, mozzarella, romano cheese, or parmesan cheese. You can also use sour cream.
  • Add some heat with sriracha, red pepper flakes, or chili garlic sauce.

Expert Tips

  • Add seasonings. To make your beef and broccoli omelet even more flavorful, season it with chili flakes, garlic, ginger, or 1/8 teaspoon salt or black pepper.
  • Fold gently. With a spatula, carefully fold your egg mixture omelet-style over the stir-fry. Press down gently to seal the edges, aiming for a neat and tight fold to avoid the filling from spilling out while the omelet holds its half-moon shape.

How to Store This Recipe

As with most omelet recipes, this ground beef and broccoli omelet is best served fresh and warm. But this tasty dish still makes excellent — yup, you guessed it right — leftovers! Allow your omelet to cool at room temperature before transferring into an airtight container and storing in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 days.

Reheat on the stove or in the oven. If you’re using the microwave, heat in 30-second intervals and stir in between. Be careful not to overheat so you won’t end up with a tough or rubbery omelet. For stovetop reheating, add olive or coconut oil to a pan and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally until heated through.

What to Serve with Ground Beef and Broccoli Omelet

This easy beef and broccoli omelet is great on its own but is even better when served with a variety of complementary dishes and sides. Below are some ideas:

  • Create a well-rounded breakfast with a slice of toasted psyllium husk bread.
  • Serve with cauliflower rice, steamed white or brown rice, or quinoa for a hearty meal.
  • Enjoy for dinner or lunch with a fresh green salad with light vinaigrette or sesame ginger dressing.
  • Slice some ripe avocado or top with creamy guacamole for added healthy fats.
  • Enjoy alongside a warm bowl of egg drop soup, miso soup, or veggie soup for a comforting meal.
  • Serve with kimchi, sauerkrautor pickled veggies for a tangy kick.

More Omelet Recipes to Try

If you make this ground beef and broccoli omelet recipe, please leave a review. I really appreciate each and every 5-star rating and comment!

Low-carb stir fry omelette in a white plate.

Ground Beef and Broccoli Omelette Recipe

Jessica Haggard
Make this quick and easy beef and broccoli omelette for breakfast this week. It’s a budget-friendly dish made with just three ingredients. All you need is one pan and five minutes of time. Plus, this recipe is dairy-free, paleo, and keto too!
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American, Asian
Servings 1 serving
Calories 395 kcal



  • Quickly heat the stir-fry over medium-high heat by moving it around on a skillet or frying pan for a minute or two. Then set aside.
    ½ serving Ground Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry
  • Add the oil to the pan, let it warm up, and pour the eggs in. Let rest for 2 minutes until edges cook and start to set.
    ½ tablespoon coconut oil, 3 whole eggs
  • Arrange the stir-fry on one half of the omelette. Lower the heat until egg is almost cooked through.
  • Use a spatula and fold the omelette in half by bringing the plain egg side up to cover and rest on top of the filling.
  • Remove from heat and serve warm.

Nutrition & Macros

Serving: 1omeletteCalories: 395kcalCarbohydrates: 3gProtein: 28gFat: 31gSaturated Fat: 6gSodium: 4mgFiber: 2gNet Carbohydrates: 1g

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