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Feta Egg Rollups

Feta egg rollups are vegetable egg omelets rolled up with a delicious feta cream cheese and chives spread inside.
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You should eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper or so the saying goes. You are really going to love these little feta egg rollups as they are deliciously savory, low carb, diabetic friendly, vegetarian, gluten-free and fun to eat.
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I love to make big full breakfasts on the weekend and have a leisurely morning. My family loves it even more. Sometimes you get bored with the same things, and so breakfasts need a little creativity using the things you have in your refrigerator. This is how this little recipe was born.
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Omelets are great and I love packing them with loads of fresh vegetables and my hubby loves feta cheese. I wanted something fun to eat that you could pick up with your fingers or even chop sticks, if you are so inclined.
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I just used a regular round omelet skillet for this recipe but it would be even more awesome if you had one of those Japanese rectangular pans that you use to make the egg roll omelet, called a Tamagoyaki. You would not generally put cheese in a tamagoyaki but this is a little east meet west recipe and this dish was screaming for a little feta cream cheese chives spread.
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You can use any kind of vegetables you have in your crisper in your Feta Egg Rollups but I wanted to celebrate a little of spring so I used leeks, spinach and peppers. Asparagus, artichokes and fresh herbs would be beautiful in here. You just have to chop all of your vegetables small so that the feta egg rollups roll over easily.
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You do not need to flip your omelet over or do any dare-devil culinary acts in the kitchen. The trick is to put your burner on low and cover your pan with a lid for 1 minute to finish the cooking process and your omelet will be perfectly cooked and will slide out of the pan easily. Don't forget to use a non-stick pan and cooking spray for the best results.
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Feta egg roll ups are tasty all by themselves, if you need to stay low carb. Feta egg rolls are also delicious with a side of seasonal fruit and toast of choice and can be fun breakfast or brunch. Lets get the coffee and tea brewing and have a relaxing morning together.

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Feta Egg Rollups

By HWC Magazine  , , , ,

April 30, 2016

Feta egg rollups are vegetable egg omelets rolled up with a delicious feta cream cheese and chive spread inside.

  • Cook: 20 mins
  • Yields: 4 Adults


feta - 4 tablespoons (low fat)

cream cheese - 4 tablespoons (low fat)

chives - 1/4 cup chopped finely

oil spray - as needed

eggs - 4 beaten

salt and pepper - to taste

leeks - 1/4 cup washed, dried and chopped finely (1 tablespoon per each egg)

red bell pepper (capsicum) - 1/4 cup chop finely (1 tablespoon per each egg)

spinach - 1/4 cup chopped finely (1 tablespoon per each egg)


1In a medium bowl mix feta, cream cheese and chives in a bowl and set aside.

2Spray oil in your pan and preheat pan to low- medium heat. Beat one egg at a time and add salt and pepper as desired. (Hold off on beating the remaining eggs)

3Pour your one beaten egg into the oiled small omelet pan (8 or 9 inch pan) and swirl the pan around to distribute the egg evenly in the pan. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of the chopped leeks, red bell pepper and spinach on to the top of your omelet while it is still wet and cooking. Place a lid on top of you pan and allow to cook on low heat for just about 30 seconds to one minute or just until the egg is no longer wet.

4Remove the cooked omelet carefully from pan by sliding it out on to a cutting board. Cut the edges off the round circle omelet (those delicious scraps are for the cook) to make your circle into a square. If you have a a special rectangle Japanese omelet pan you can skip this step.

5Spread about 4 tablespoons of feta cream cheese and chive mixture thinly on the top of the omelet and roll tightly like you would a sushi roll. Slice into about 4-5 slices each, depending on the size of your omelet pan and enjoy!

  • Family brunch tomorrow sorted. These egg rolls would also be a great canape too. Love your creativity. Cant wait to have these in my face. Yum!

    • Bams Kitchen

      That is right Anna, these would be great little canapes. Maybe a even a sort of Western dim sum… LOL Hope you are doing well. Take care

  • Eha

    What fun!! All the usual subjects in a somewhat different way!! Well, I have always breakfasted like a prince and had lunch like king, whatever they say!! Appetizing to the max and served the same way!! Leeks and spinach and peppers you call spring – hate to tell you, lady, all fully available during our deliciously warm, still and gorgeous autumn 🙂 ! best . . . and love . . .

    • Bams Kitchen

      I love autumn Eha, it is absolutely my favorite time of the year and especially when it is still warm and sunny. I don’t know where Hong Kong’s sun is at but have not seen her since Feb 8th. Really. I need to meet you in Australia so I can enjoy some blue skies and I will make you some feta egg rollups. Have a super weekend!

      • Eha

        Oh, we’ll make it!! No doubt in the world 🙂 !! Meanwhile I have always been a ‘spring’ person but here, just here, autumn [and we have a month to go!] does seem the warmest and stillest and the most fun to go . . . bestest . . .Eha

  • Some really fun photos! Love the pillow, blankie, books, glasses. Good stuff. And this recipe? Beter stuff — thanks so much.

    • Better stuff, not beter! Saw that just as I was hitting publish. 🙁

    • Bams Kitchen

      I am glad you like the photos John. I decided after making these little treats, I would treat myself to breakfast in bed. After all, wink wink, I doubt that will happen for me on Mothers Day. However, maybe if my boys are reading these responses today, I might get lucky.

  • These little roll ups look so beautiful. I will make them soon. Thank you for the recipe.

  • Very elegant BAM. Such a dainty dish.

  • Hi Bobby, such a great idea, these egg rolls will be a big hit with my family, love the combo of flavors. Perfect for mothers day, even if you have to make them yourself.

  • What a great idea Bobby! Pinning this one. And wish I had one for breakfast. 🙂

  • Yum! These sound great, Bobbi! And they’re so festive-looking!

  • Yum yum omlette is my all time favorite. This looks scrumptious. Feel like digging. I would prefer this for my breakfast

  • This is such a great idea, Bobbi! You are always so skilled with the delicate foods that require patience and good fine motor skills. Not me! LOL – I’m far too impatient to just get it into my mouth.
    Love these and they’d be fun for guests, too. I’m a big feta fan and I wish I was eating these this morning.

  • Wonderful idea Bobbi! Pleases the eye and the palate 🙂

  • What a creative concoction! I love feta and red peppers and can’t wait to try this!

  • So creative BAM!!

  • This is such a fun idea! Perfect party fare too…

  • Because I make breakfast/brunch every morning I’m always looking for new ideas. This is a great one and especially since I’m sitting on 3 dozen fresh eggs from my niece. Thanks Bobbi!

  • This is so creative! Love the idea of making a rolled up omelette. It makes it seem more fancy somehow 😉

  • These are too cute! Definitely would get the family out of any breakfast rut, very fun 🙂

  • These egg rollers look amazingly wonderful, Bobbi. Love the idea of adding feta. No one would skip the breakfast, if the breakfast meal is so adorable like this. PS: Love you gorgeous plates too! 🙂

  • I absolutely love this idea! This will be great to serve for Mother’s Day Brunch. I’ve printed out the recipe for my husband to try on Mother’s Day. He is making all us women brunch that day.

  • What a fabulous spin on Tamagoyaki! It just so happens I have the rectangle pan, so I can’t wait to make these! My hubby is traveling right now, but this will be a wonderful brunch when he’s back this weekend!

  • Oh my gosh these look yummy. I could make them for any meal and think they would be so impressive on a brunch table.

  • I’m running out of weekend egg ideas (it’s always scrambled eggs haha) and this looks like the perfect recipe to try out! I’m in love with feta too, though my husband is not too fond of it. Well, I guess it’s a good thing because more for me!

  • You had me with feta!! I love this stuff and goes perfectly with eggs! Spreading love around!

  • This is such a great breakfast! Anything with eggs and cheese is so filling for breakfast, but these are super fun too.

  • Hi Bam! We’re like that too. We love to have long lazy breakfasts. We usually have simple eggs on toast, but I’m certainly not averse to trying some new and fresh ideas…

    which this definitely is! Absolutely love this idea, which I’ve never seen done before. What a cool idea to spread the omelettes with yummy things and then roll and chop.

    Have a great weekend!

  • I LOVE this idea, a nice twist on an omelet to shake things up a bit at breakfast!
    And i adore feta, it sounds perfect in these. Sounds like the perfect weekend breakfast

  • I LOVE these!!! SO perfect for a weekend brunch – and YES you should eat like a king for breakfast! It’s my favorite meal of the day!

  • So crazy about all these flavors. The chives put it over the top for me. I’m totally making these for my son’s birthday brunch.

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thank you Christine. Wishing your son a very happy birthday!

  • Feta egg rolls are fabulous. No one can ever turn away from this brunch. Plates are gorgeous bobbie. Egg rools and the plate all got perfect with the presentation. Making me drool

    • Bams Kitchen

      I am so glad to here you like the recipe and the plates. I actually made these plates in a pottery class when I used to live in Japan. At the time, I thought they were kind of quirky but now so glad I had this wild idea to use real leaves as the template for my design.

  • oh my, how cute and easy are these?? And feta? Totally my thing, I love feta anything!!

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thank you, feta adds so much flavor to so many dishes. However, with eggs absolutely amazing.

  • I can’t even!! Seriously! I have EVERYTHING i need for this 😀 I might make it for lunch for myself this week! I am so excited 🙂 Not only is it easy but there’s so much flavor in this too! Awesome recipe Bobbi!!

    • Bams Kitchen

      I am so delighted you like this recipe. It is easy peasy too. Wishing you a super weekend Dini!

  • How fun are these! I think I could have these for any meal and then make a batch for a party appetizer! What a fun way to get your kids to eat their eggs too!

    • Bams Kitchen

      They are just like Western dim sum or maybe Spanish Tapas. Can be served with a fork or chopsticks…lol

  • I love your breakfast sushi concept…totally genius. I wonder if I can get my sushi loving kids to give it a try. Love it!!

    • Bams Kitchen

      It is just like sushi rolls minus the carbs. LOL

  • This is a great replacement for the usual scrambled eggs for breakfast, definitely way much better

    • Bams Kitchen

      Eggs all jazzed up! Happy weekend to you Raymund.

  • Dee-licious! These are great photos, too.

    I didn’t know you were headed back to the States! I am a bit jealous. I am home in Oregon for another week.

    I heard things are a bit crazy for you– I am going to be resharing your posts on Pinterest like I did last summer — thanks for all you did for me when my life was upside down after welcoming baby X!

    • Bams Kitchen

      Dearest Michelle, thank you so much for your support and kind thoughts. Hospice, family and love are with my father at this difficult time. I promise I will be back with all of you as soon as feasible. Hugs to you my friend. My internet access is very limited. Thanks to everyone for your understanding.

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