For each separate omelette, I first arranged the veggies in a hot greased pan (stove top). Then, from a bowl of whipped eggs, cheese, garlic, and salt, I poured the eggs gently around the features, allowing the eggs to spread without disturbing the snow man details. Then I poured a little more egg mixture on top of the features to lock them in.
After the omelette was set on the edges, I covered the pan with a lid to help set the middle. Once it looked sturdy, I gave it a flip.
In the mean time I heated the oven. After the head was done, I arranged it on a pizza pan and kept it warm while I made the two body omelettes- following the same protocol.
Once the omelettes were arranged, I added arms, which I made from carrot slices, and sprinkled him with chives.
My snowman has a triangle-carrot nose, mushroom eyes and smile, and little clusters of chopped olives for buttons- but you can use whatever you have on hand. I served him up with chili-lime Cholula and a side of bacon bits. He was a great success!