16 Reviews

This was surprisingly good! I added avocado and tomatoes in the wrap and we loved them for breakfast. Used cheddar cheese.

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Iddy Bitty April 16, 2011

This is a fantastic recipe. Very easy and quick to make. It is full of various flavors in each bite. I used thyme and rosemary as the rosemary complements the Asparagus so well. Thanks.

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PACE April 12, 2011

Just loved all the flavours from the herbs and the cheese and then that crispy asparagus so lovely and fresh. I did microwave my asparagus though so it made for a quick and easy breakfast. Thank you **Jubes**, made for Make My Recipe - Edition 15.

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I'mPat September 16, 2011

Sounds very good. I would make with greek avgolemono sauce- a lower fat alternative to hollandaise, I have used this sauce as a substitute for hollandaise many times, can add more or less lemon to taste and then just use leftover asparagus water or water and extra salt to taste to thin the sauce as needed. The flavour of butter sauce without as much butter!

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north44 April 14, 2011

wow, loved these omelette wraps, heavenly and full of flavour! I had to use dried herbs, and will look forward to using fresh next time. I used sharp cheddar for the cheese and 2% milk. Had a little trouble turning the crepes to cook the other side, so I poped them under the broiler for a minute to finish them up. Bet they would make great appetizers, I sure enjoyed them for my supper tonight. Thanks for posting!!

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Derf April 02, 2010

Delightful, easy, still had good egg-y taste. We asparagus and omelette lovers relished these. I even made a special trip to a grocer this a.m. to get fresh fresh sage and fresh thyme, and I am so glad I did. I was confused at first by "1 bunch" of sage, but decided you meant one twig's worth, not my entire purchase. I used an 8-inch nonstick pan and a 1/4 cup measure to fill the pan; I think it's easier to flip a smaller crepe-style omelette. Hollandaise is nice, but hard to justify on Weight Watchers :lol: . Thank you for sharing this recipe, I'll use this again and again, and sometime I'll try it with dried herbs to see if that is acceptable after experiencing the real deal ("we're worth it"). Made as "Slice of Lime Babe" of the Bodacious Brickhouse Babes for ZWT5's French Omelette Challenge.

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KateL May 30, 2009

This is a delightful recipe! Made just as directed except used dried herbs instead of fresh. The egg wraps were so flavorful, great with the asparagus but I think also they would be great with many other veggies (broccoli, mushrooms, roasted tomatoes.....). Thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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loof July 18, 2011

Like this! Half a recipe is a great way to use a small spring harvest of asparagus. I think next time I will use more cheese and less milk, at my husband's request. We enjoyed it as part of a fulfilling breakfast before the kids got up.

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Blessed*One April 21, 2011

fantastic recipe! super easy and just delicious. i steam the asparagus while i make the crepes. i use soy milk (and dried herbs, if necessary) and they turn out just wonderful. we have this for dinner with a nice big salad, and it makes a lovely, light, but satisfying dinner. thanks for sharing!

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groovyrooby June 27, 2011

I decided to try this for breakfast this morning,I didn't have the fresh herbs, so I used dried - I also used egg beaters to save calories - it was amazing! a real keeper and nice breakfast/brunch to serve company. It would be great with a side of fresh fruit or salad

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joesan April 30, 2011
Asparagus Omelette Wraps