Pro wakeboarder Angelika Schriber shares her breakfast omelette recipe


Pro wakeboarder Angelika Schriber not only kills it wakeboarding, but also in the kitchen!

If her wakeboard accomplishments aren’t reason enough to want to know more about her athlete diet, check out how fit her body is in a previous article we did on her diet and training regime (I want those abs!). Angelika was kind enough to share her favourite omelette recipe with us; her morning breakfast omelette bowl. This is the first in a series of healthy and nutritious recipes from the world champion wakeboarder as she works to inspire us to eat a healthier, more wholesome diet. Starting with breakfast, we take a peak at the nutrient-dense omelette recipe she kick-starts her day with, following a morning workout.

Pro wakeboarder Angelika Schriber shares her Omelette recipe



Over to you Angelika….


In the morning I wake up with a decaf green tea followed with 1x banana or my sesame snaps (recipe coming soon!). After which I head to the gym or a morning walk and run.

After I get back from the gym I prepare and cook my morning breakfast omelette recipe. It’s something that really gets me excited and I look forward to it!

I tend to switch up my ingredients depending on what I have left in the fridge. It’s a great recipe that you can swap around if you don’t like some of the ingredients. It’s also a great recipe to detoxify your body and help reduce inflammation.


I have my morning Omelette with 1 organic morning coffee to get the day going.


Omelette Ingredients:


Eggs (Organic free range vegetarian fed)

  • Add one or two into the omelette
  • Great source of Protein



  • Rich in vitamin B which kick starts your metabolism


Cherry tomatoes, cut into halves

  • Contains Lycopene great for skin damage
  • Has vitamin A which maintains your eye health
  • Boost your metabolism



  • Most nutrient dense food that provides a lot of nutrients to your body,
  • Has inflammatory effects and helps detoxify the body


Sweet potato to add a bit of sweetness

  • Provides your daily intake of Vitamin A
  • It’s great for anti inflammatory
  • Anti ageing



  • Boost your Stamina
  • Fights inflammation and improves your blood flow
  • Detoxify your body
  • Rich in Nutrients and Fibre
  • High Carbohydrate and Highest sugar content of all vegetables- I only have these once or twice a week



  • Helps to loose weight
  • Great source of Magnesium and Vitamin C
  • Promotes men’s health- so ladies get your man to eat more Zucchini
  • Reduces Aching symptoms
  • Protects against disease and infections


Chilli to add a bit of spice (optional)

  • Aids Digestion
  • Relieves muscle, joint and nerve pain
  • Metabolism booster



  • Improve digestion and detoxifies the body
  • Fight skin damage due to high vitamin C
  • Power antioxidant
  • High in fibre
  • Prevents constipation
  • Alkalizes your body



  • Great for inflammation
  • Helps the body get rid of excess salt
  • Helps slow the aging process
  • Provides B12



  • Help naturally balance hormones
  • High in fibre
  • Prevents constipation
  • Regulates the immune system



  • Great for inflammation
  • Helps indigestion and controls your weight
  • Reduces bloating and gas



  • Fights off free radicals
  • Keeps the flu away


Olive oil

  • Omega 3s
  • Great for your skin and hair


Coconut oil

  • Omega 3s
  • Boosts metabolism


Ground black pepper

  • Good for the stomach and digestion
  • Antibacterial
  • Helps in the breakdown of fat cells


Soy sauce

  • To add a bit of flavour and saltiness (optional)



  • Detox the body and removes toxic substances in your body
  • Skin care
  • Helps digestion
  • Helps ease constipation



  • Higher source of fibre than most grains which keeps you feeling fuller for longer
  • Gluten free
  • High in protein
  • High in magnesium which is great for your muscles when your working out
  • High antioxidant properties


  • Vitamin K
  • Copper
  • Anti inflammatory


  • Keeps your immune strong
  • Flush out excess fluid from body
  • Supports the kidney
  • Rich in vital vitamins


Pumpkin seeds 
  • Magnesium
  • Protein
  • Zinc
  • Great for people who don’t eat a lot of red meat  and lack a bit of zinc



  • Organic coffee with cinnamon powder and almond milk or organic soy to switch it up


Pro wakeboarder Angelika Schriber shares her Omelette recipe



Yum! Can’t wait for more recipes from you Angelika. In the meantime get inspired by more posts on what our favourite athletes are eating as well what food to eat for ligament repair.

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