Vegan Paleo Greens Omelet {Soy & Chickpea Free}

Whether you’re vegan, have an egg allergy or are just in need of some healthy breakfast inspiration, try this vegan and paleo greens omelet. This recipe is egg free, soy free, chickpea free, as well as gluten free and dairy free.

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Eggs can be a wonderful source of protein…..if your body can handle it. Unfortunately, many people’s bodies cannot. That’s why eggs are a very common allergen in the world today.

Luckily there are many egg alternatives now for vegans and egg allergy sufferers.

The problem is that most of the vegan egg alternatives contain soy or chickpeas, ingredients my Paleo and Whole30 peeps try to avoid. If you can tolerate chickpeas, you’ll want to check out my healthy chickpea scramble here. If you can’t, keep reading for the vegan paleo omelet recipe.

vegan greens omelet

I fall into the camp of having issues with eggs, chickpeas, AND soy (yes, I’m a lucky girl :-), so I was thrilled to learn about Scramblit from Spero Foods.

I came across Spero at a recent health and wellness event where I got to sample their vegan cheeses and vegan eggs. I always have to do a lot of reading before sampling food at events like this, given my many allergies. When I didn’t see chickpeas or soy on the ingredient list, I was thrilled, but also perplexed. What could possibly replace these popular vegan egg ingredients?

scramblit vegan egg omelet chickpea free soy free

Pumpkin seeds! Yes, the mighty pumpkin seed makes the superfoods base for Spero’s vegan cheese and eggs. Want to know all the ingredients on the label? Water, pepitas (pumpkin seeds), turmeric (yes the powerful anti-inflammatory spice!), garlic powder, black salt.

That’s it. No preservatives, no soy, no gluten, and no dairy. No kidding!

vegan greens omelet with avocado

Scramblit is full of antioxidants, healthy protein, and heart-healthy Omega-3s. Those pumpkin seeds are giving you iron, zinc, and magnesium too. And it’s estimated to be 20 times more sustainable than eggs. TWENTY!

If you’re not a stat person, I’ll just tell you that the taste is the best vegan AND paleo egg alternative I’ve ever had. I’m so excited to be back in the vegan egg game with this paleo friendly alternative.

Not only that, but Spero is also making some amazing vegan, nut-free cheeses. I’ve never been able to find a good vegan cheese (or even a bad one!) that wasn’t nut based.

Spero’s chevre is amazing. I added it to this vegan paleo omelet. I like the plain goaty chevre and the herbalicious chevre. The camembert is also creamy and delicious - and all pumpkin seed based! There’s even a cinnamon cheesecake that’s all vegan and paleo based. And keto lovers, you’re going to want in on this too.

spero vegan paleo products

Right now, Spero’s pumpkin seed based products are available exclusively online right here. They get shipped frozen with ice packs so all the fresh flavors stay in tact. There’s recipes on the website, as well as cooking instructions.

I’ve also attached a video to this post so you can see how easy it is to use Scramblit. You can mix and match whatever seasonal ingredients you like to make your own vegan paleo omelet. I used a variety of greens as well as asparagus but make it your own and rejoice that we have a new chickpea free and soy free vegan egg alternative!

vegan greens scramble

Vegan Paleo Greens Omelet
{Chickpea Free, Soy Free, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Whole30}

Makes One


  • Spero Scramblit

  • 1/2 tablespoon avocado oil

  • 1/4 cup greens such as parsley, spinach, asparagus, diced into small pieces

  • 1-2 tablespoons of herbacious chevre

  • Salt or egg salt (really makes it taste just like eggs)


  1. Heat small nonstick pan over medium heat. Add oil.

  2. Shake Scramblit and pour a thin layer evenly into pan.

  3. Add greens on top and cover with an airtight lid for 5 minutes. Don’t touch until the 5 minutes are up.

  4. After 5 minutes, lift the lid and see if the surface has started to solidify. If it has, take a spatula and flip one of the edges of the omelet up and over. (You can also scramble the eggs). If it hasn’t solidified, cook another 1-2 minutes until firm.

  5. Cover and cook 2-4 more minutes.

  6. Once set, season with egg salt and enjoy!

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