Gluten-Free Potato & Egg Crispy Skillet Omelette a.k.a. Another One Of Mommy’s DELISH Specialties!

Gluten-Free Potato & Egg Crispy Skillet Omelette a.k.a. Another One Of Mommy’s DELISH Specialties!

Hey babes!


Here’s another one of my mom’s specialty Passover recipes!

She always used to make this for us for breaky or lunch! It was a no-brainer in terms of deliciousness that we almost forgot it was Passover! That’s how much we didn’t miss our toast, sandwiches & french toast. I’m telling you, she was such an amazing cook & it makes me so happy to be able to take some of the recipes & tips & tricks I learned from her & incorporate them into my family’s life & share them with you guys! I think she would be proud!

This omelette is made with very minimal ingredients, it’s dairy & gluten-free, takes little to no time to make & tastes absolutely delicious!

Don’t get me started about the way the crust crisps up when it’s broiled… I could go on & on, literally. But I’ll spare ‘ya! JUST KNOW THAT THE CRUST IS TO DIE FOR CRISPY & DELICIOUS, okay?

BTW, if you’re not into white potatoes, you can swap ’em for sweet potato, if you prefer, but trust me when I say that the white potatoes really do add a special touch & it’s worth it! Plus, ain’t nothing bad about some good ‘ol white potato in moderation, ya feel me?

Without further ado, let’s get into the recipe!


  • 3 white russet potatoes (or swap for sweet potatoes)
  • 1 large white onion
  • Coconut oil cooking spray
  • 1 tsp. garlic powder
  • Sea salt & black pepper to taste
  • 6 eggs


  • Heat a medium skillet over medium-high heat & spray with coconut oil cooking spray.
  • Once heated, add potatoes & sauté for about 10 minutes, until beginning to cook through.
  • Add the onion, season with garlic, sea salt & pepper & mix to combine with the potatoes. Sauté for another 5 minutes, until onion is fragrant & translucent.
  • Crack your eggs in a bowl & beat or whisk them. Pour the eggs over the onion & potato mix & let cook over medium heat, moving your pan around every now & then to make sure all the liquid gets cooked.
  • When there’s little to no liquid left at the tops & the sides begin to crisp up, set your oven to low broil.
  • Broil on low for about 5 minutes until crispy & browned on the top.
  • ENJOY!



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