I may have misspoken...the mix of grains was spelt, barley, wheat, rice. and wholegrain oats. When I have seen ancient grains, I believe it is grains that were eaten before the agricultural revolution.
The cocoa powder is the kind you use in baking....100 % cocoa powder. Quite bitter on it's own so some kind of sweetener is necessary. 16 hours ago
My microwave has a glass turntable and I can slide the omelette maker onto that without too much sloppage, generally: but nothing wrong with using a plate!! Then you might end up with a warmed plate to use for the omelette: think I'll try that too!!
And your cream cheese/jalapeno verison sounds delish!! I've got some fresh salsa in the fridge too . . . 2 days ago
Really glad you like the omelette maker! I love the huge whack of protein with 1 cup of egg white for the calorie "spend": had one myself for breakfast this morning.
And: subversive thought: can your DH learn to make his OWN omelette? I can assure you, if I had to serve up an omelette with mozzarella and pepperoni and olives and a toasted buttered bagel on the side I'd be a drooling quivering mess.