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A healthy alternative to a fry up, ready in a flash. You can add embellishments, like your favourite fresh herbs or chillies for a spicy twist.

Hampshire, England, UK

8 people made this

IngredientsServes: 1

  • 1 tomato, halved
  • Flora® buttery margerine to fry
  • 2 free range eggs
  • 2 to 3 teaspoons milk
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 muffin, split

MethodPrep:5min ›Cook:10min ›Ready in:15min

  1. Place the halved tomato under a hot grill and grill till hot and browned.
  2. Melt margarine in a frying pan over medium heat. Crack in the eggs, milk and seasoning. Stir vigorously with a silicone spatula. Continue stirring till egg is cooked to your liking.
  3. Place muffin in the toaster. Once toasted, top with the egg and grilled tomato. Enjoy!

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Scrambled Eggs with Mushrooms

Making Scrambled Eggs with Mushrooms for breakfast. It's a super easy and quick recipe that you can prepare within 10 minutes. Caramelized onion with sauteed mushrooms makes a perfect combination with scrambled eggs.

Looking for easy breakfast recipes?Check out Crustless Spinach Quiche Recipe, Extremely fluffy Souffle Omelette, Egg and Mayo Sandwiches, and easy Egg Rolls. You will surely love these recipes to add value to your dinner table.

We all eat eggs in breakfast so variety in making eggs gives you new taste and motivation to sit at the breakfast table. My family loves to try fusion food and I always love to play with eggs and make different combinations and today made a fusion of scrambled eggs with mushrooms which is super easy to make and extremely tasty.

Breakfast need to be healthy and nutritious. Eggs and mushrooms both are packed with multi-vitamins and protein that will help you to boost energy for the day.

Southwestern Breakfast Skillet Scramble

This easy Southwestern Breakfast Skillet Scramble recipe is a fresh, healthy take on restaurant “skillet” breakfasts. So good … true breakfast comfort food! Filled with peppers, onions, cheese and even a bit of smoky bacon. Bonus: Not only is it simple to toss together, but leftovers reheat brilliantly later in the week!

This Recipe Is: Ready in 30 Minutes or Less Make Ahead Gluten Free

I’m always really tempted by those restaurant breakfast choices labeled “Skillets” and “Scrambles.”

So promising in theory, but as I read the descriptions (so full of hope!), I almost always find that they involve (greasy) fried hash browns, lots of (fatty) meat, and enough gooey (full-fat) cheese to stop my hard-working heart in its tracks. *SIGH*

They taunt me. They jeer. Their fat-laden, artery-clogging pictures beckon tantalizingly.

But I know it’s not worth it. I’ll feel so icky and too-full later … and my tiny arteries … oh, those poor little dears …

Well, this Breakfast Scramble is my comeback. My answer to those taunts and jeers. My satisfying, “Oh-yes-I-can-have-my-Scramble-and-eat-it-too” (and not feel gross later) smackdown. (Can food bloggers have scrambled egg smackdowns? Hmmmmm … well, looks like I just did. Take that, greasy diner Skillets!)

This Breakfast Skillet has become one of my family’s all-time favorite weekend breakfast recipes.

It’s quick, easy, nutritious and delicious … a THK recipe, through and through!

Loaded with high-quality protein and lots of nutrient-rich veggies, it’s deliciously hearty comfort food that’ll keep your family fueled up all morning. The peppers and onions offer great, fresh flavors with just a little southwestern flair, and the tiniest bit of bacon adds a hint of satisfying smoky-salty notes.

It’s a throw-together breakfast you’ll make again and again!

And, really, today’s the perfect day to (finally!) share it with you. “Why today?” you ask. (Because the answer isn’t obvious.)

Well, because, last week, I spent three jam-crammed, egg-filled days in Columbus, a couple of hours away from where I live here in Ohio. I joined 10 other bloggers and the Ohio Poultry Association for an EGG-ceptional (gah! … forgive me …) culinary and educational whirlwind tour of the city. We ate, photographed, talked (and probably even dreamed about) eggs!

We sampled the iconic (ummmmm … mind-blowing) Eggs Benedict Lindey’s (with filet mignon!) at Lindey’s in German Village, and a reimagined Smoked Chicken Hash with roasted poblanos, gouda and salsa verde at the schwanky-shabby-chic The Guild House.

We ate an unbelievable meal in a rustic converted barn at the organic Jorgensen Farms, sitting around a massive plank table, surrounded by hay-filled rafters, lovely wild-flower-filled mason jars, and the warm glow of lights strung from overhead beams.

It was all heavenly. Every.single.bite.

Maybe most fun of all, though, was a relaxed, sometimes slightly irreverent cooking demonstration by Jim Chakeres (Executive Vice President of the Ohio Poultry Association). Talk about inspiring! The recipe developer in me was thinking, scheming and recipe-creating, off in a million directions at once.

Jim showed us the perfect way to hard-cook eggs. And yes, friends, I did a little mental dance inside as he described the same hard-boiling method that we recommend here at THK. But then, I guess I wasn’t really surprised – we definitely did our research and lots of our own testing before we shared that post with you!

And he cooked … and cooked … four kinds of omelets, an Italian Frittata, a “Faux” Eggs Benedict, and three crazy-cool variations on the uber-trendy deviled egg, including (and I’m totally not making this up) a Chocolate Dessert Deviled Egg.

(Psssst … a little food trend alert for you: Jim called deviled eggs “The culinary trend.” So if you’re feeling exceptionally trendy, you probably oughta pop over and check out our Hummus Deviled Eggs recipe from a few weeks ago. I know, I know … you’re thinking, “Wow, Gretchen and Shelley are sooooo cutting edge!” And you won’t be disappointed to hear we have more variations up our sleeves!)

Oh, so many recipes I can’t wait to cook up and share with you …

And so you see, today really is EGGS-actly the right day for eggs, the perfect day to share this Southwestern Breakfast Skillet with you!

So head right on into your kitchens, friends, and start whipping up this Breakfast Skillet. It’ll keep you busy while I start working on my long, long list of brand-new egg recipe ideas. You know I’m not kidding when I tell you that my trip to Columbus truly inspired me … and that you just might see a THK-approved version of a Chocolate Deviled Egg here one day …

Tips on making the best Healthy Veggie Egg Scramble:

  • Using the whole egg is the norm as I am looking for a hearty meal with protein and veggies.
  • Cut Cholesterol by using half egg whites and whole eggs.
  • Adjust vegetables to what is in the fridge or your favorites.
  • Make a large quantity. Split into 3 containers to reheat during the week for a quick and healthy breakfast.
  • When making the scramble, let the eggs settle for a minute. Then push eggs forward and gently fold over.
  • Once eggs are just about done, transfer to plate and they continue to cook one more minute.

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3. Healthy Baked Eggs, Denver Omelette Style

Serves 6, Serving size: 1/6, Calories: 194

This healthy egg bake recipe is great for sharing. Throw it together for the whole family or store leftovers in the fridge to save yourself the trouble of cooking a few mornings in a row. This hearty baked egg dish provides you with the nutrients and the serving size you need to feel energized and start your day off right.


  • 8 large eggs
  • 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 diced green pepper
  • 1 cup quartered broccoli florets
  • 1 carrot, shredded
  • 1/2 large white onion, finely diced
  • 1 cup finely diced cooked ham (chopped chicken, ground turkey, or plant-based meat substitute can be substituted here)
  • 2 cloves of minced garlic
  • Sea salt and ground pepper to taste
  • 1 cup shredded white sharp cheddar cheese
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and spray a casserole dish with cooking spray. Set aside for later.
  2. In a medium bowl combine eggs, yogurt, garlic, salt, and pepper with a whisk. Add in the shredded carrot and stir until evenly combined.
  3. Evenly place the diced peppers, broccoli, onion, and ham into the casserole dish. Pour egg mixture over the veggies and ham (or substitute). Very lightly salt and pepper.
  4. Place the casserole dish in the oven and bake for 30 minutes.
  5. Remove the casserole dish from the oven, sprinkle cheese over the top, and bake again for an additional 5-10 minutes or until eggs are fully cooked.

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Creamy & Healthy Cottage Cheese Scrambled Eggs Recipe

To me cottage cheese goes with eggs like peanut butter goes with jelly, they just work so well together! When you add cottage cheese to scrambled eggs you get a cheesy, creamy, and fluffy egg without adding too many extra fats. The moisture from the cottage cheese works perfectly with the eggs to result in a flavorful breakfast dish without the need of butter or heavy cream. If you haven&rsquot tried this combination yet you are in the right place because I am going to tell you how to achieve these miraculous eggs!

The Best Method to Make Scrambled Eggs

The best scrambled eggs are a result from adding the perfect amount of moisture to the eggs and to never let the eggs stop moving.

So for the moisture in this recipe we use cottage cheese. I use no-fat cottage cheese most often but you can use whatever fat content suits you. The higher the fat percentage in the cottage cheese the more creamy and watery the eggs will be, if you are using a fuller fat cottage cheese it will turn out great but the eggs might need to be cooked a few more seconds than if you were using a lower fat content.

Next thing you need is a good skillet. If you have a high quality non-stick skillet you are in luck because you can get away with not greasing the skillet if you don&rsquot want to, but this does mean there is a chance some egg will still stick slightly. Otherwise I recommend very lightly greasing it, I will add just a little oil with a paper towel, just enough to get a light coat. Or if you make bacon or in my case turkey bacon before the eggs and wipe it clean I find that the skillet is perfectly seasoned for the eggs.

Now that you have the perfect skillet you will want to get it hot before you add the eggs. So heat your large skillet over medium heat.

While your skillet is heating crack 4 eggs into a bowl and add your cottage cheese. Note that as written this recipe serves 2 but this recipe can easily be scaled down to serve 1 or scaled up to serve as many people as you need. Just follow 1 tablespoon of cottage cheese for every 2 eggs.

Now we are ready to scramble. The most important part about making the perfect scrambled eggs is to always keep the eggs moving. For moving the eggs I found that a nice thick silicone spatula works best, but ultimately any kind of spatula will do.

So pour your eggs and cottage cheese into the hot skillet. Using your spatula start moving the eggs quickly and evenly around the pan right away. Continue to move the eggs the whole time they are cooking, scraping them around the pan and off the sides of the skillet, paying attention to the spots that are cooking quickly.

Keep moving and scraping the eggs around the pan until they start to thicken. As they start to thicken start to move the eggs together into one lump of eggs continuing to move them until they are thickened to your liking, this usually will take 3-4 minutes from start to finish.

If at any point the eggs seem to be cooking too fast, carefully remove the skillet from the heat (I usually move it to a cold burner) continue to stir the eggs until you have moved all of the egg around and the cooking begins to slows down. Return to the heat and continue cooking the eggs. You can continue to remove and transfer back to the heat as necessary, just remember you don&rsquot want any egg cooking in one spot for too long.

Once your eggs are firm and to your liking transfer to a plate. Garnish with salt, pepper, and fresh herbs if you like.

These Scrambled Eggs are perfect with all of your go-to breakfast items, perfect for on toast, with bacon, hash browns, you name it!


&bull add a dash of salt and pepper or other spices before cooking if desired, my personal preference is to season when its done but adding some before cooking is no problem

&bull there is no reason to break up and scrambled the yolks before adding to the pan, you should be moving the eggs around the skillet so much that they scramble quickly in the pan

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Scrambled Egg Breakfast Muffin cup ingredients:

  1. Eggs
  2. Seasoned salt
  3. Diced onion
  4. Diced ham
  5. Pepper
  6. Garlic powder
  7. Bell pepper
  8. Fresh mushrooms
  9. Sharp cheddar cheese
  10. Baby spinach leaves

I love scrambled eggs but I feel like sometimes they just aren’t how I wanted them to be cooked. So I thought I would share these tips for fluffier and better scrambled eggs from Bon Appétit.

You’ll also need these things for scrambled egg muffins:

  • 12-cup muffin pan ( these work great too)
  • Nonstick cooking spray (or thick muffin liners)
  • Large mixing bowl
  • Whisk ( work great!)

What Goes Well with Scrambled Eggs? 13 Banging Options

Which came first: The chicken or the egg? Well, as breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and when it comes to breakfast, eggs are king, probably the latter.

If you&rsquove ever sat down in a diner and tried to compute the overwhelming array of egg formats, you&rsquoll know that you&rsquore never short on new things to do to an egg. These protein-packed little wonders are available fried, over easy, poached, hard-boiled, and, obviously, scrambled.

To keep you from getting bored by your usual recipe, we&rsquove pulled together spicy, salty, and savory combinations to make eggs a culinary headliner.

There&rsquos no law stopping you from adding scramblies to your lunch or dinner either. They&rsquore so versatile that you might have to talk yourself into meals without scrambled eggs.

This being said, try not to over-egg it (sorry). Eggs are one of nature&rsquos most abundant sources of cholesterol, but a weirdly low number of studies have linked egg consumption to heart disease. Blesso CN, et al. (2018). Dietary cholesterol, serum lipids, and heart disease: Are eggs working for or against you?

Not eggs-actly what you were egg-specting, was it? (You can take my frittatas, but you will never, ever take my egg puns.) Combining scrambled eggs with nutritious, tasty ingredients can make them a healthy option at any time of day.

We&rsquoll guide you through this beautiful forest of eggs, and your stomach (and wallet) will thank you.

For those who want a little fromage in their scrambled egg experience&hellip

1. Goat cheese scrambled eggs with pesto veggies

We&rsquore not exaggerating when we say this recipe has all the best things:

  • goat cheese ✅
  • pesto ✅
  • sun-dried tomatoes ✅
  • kale ✅
  • pumpkin seeds ✅
  • scrambled eggs ✅✅✅✅✅✅✅

Make the crunchy kale salad on the side, or sauté the veggies and cook them with the eggs. The tangy, creamy cheese and fresh, fragrant pesto are an A+ combo. Goat cheese and pesto are the GOAT and the besto.

For more inspired meal choices with goat cheese that go beyond salads, look no further.

2. Spinach and feta breakfast quesadillas

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Breakfast quesadillas are an underrated morning meal. (We know this could probably live in the Mexican-inspired section of this article, but it&rsquos as cheesy as it is Mexican, and we love it for both reasons. Like the &ldquoDesperado&rdquo movies.)

Make the same day or cook up a few and freeze to eat throughout the week. This one is filled with bell peppers, onions, and spinach, plus feta and gooey mozzarella.

The mozzarella helps hold the quesadilla together, as well as adding extra stringy, cheesy gloopiness. Which is the absolute best kind of gloopiness.

Try a whole-wheat or veggie-based tortilla for extra fiber. Here&rsquos a breakdown of whole grains and how to eat more of them.

3. Sausage, pepper, and cheese breakfast casserole

Have you tried the first seven options and found them so delicious that you wish they would last all week? Well, this filling breakfast casserole actually might.

Fill the bottom of a casserole dish with diced potatoes, sausage (we like the chicken or turkey versions), and bell peppers. People looking for a veggie alternative might want to replace the sausage with BBQ tempeh or soy-based sausages.

Throw some cheese and scrambled eggs on top of these, then bake everything in the oven for 35 minutes. Voilà! An easy, warm meal that will give you a heap of servings.

If casseroles make you deeply happy, here&rsquos how to make loads of different ones.

4. Crispy kale and smoked gouda tacos

Smoked gouda in the morning feels indulgent, but go ahead and treat yourself, because, hey, there&rsquos kale in here too!

(And yes, we&rsquove snuck more tacos into the &lsquocheesy&rsquo section. It&rsquos not our fault cheese is the meaning of life.)

This easy recipe has just five ingredients but ALL the flavors. Did we mention that warm pita bread is involved? Say hello to your new favorite breakfast.

Check out more amazing things you can do with pita bread here.

Here are some twists on classic breakfast plates that will have you raring to play chef while everyone else is rubbing gunk from the corners of their eyes.

5. Scrambled egg caprese avocado toast

Turn your scrambles into fresh caprese toast for a colorful, nutritious egg-stravaganza. (Yes, these puns are still happening. Deal with it.)

Top a toasted slice of crusty bread with avocado, eggs, and a handful of cherry tomatoes, and toss some shredded mozzarella and fresh basil on top.

BOOM! It&rsquos hearty enough to keep you full right up until the next meal and far kinder on your arteries than the nearest greasy bacon behemoth would be.

If you rushed to this recipe for the promise of tomatoes rather than scrambled eggs, here are more top-notch ways to work tomatoes into your weekly meal plan.

6. Scrambled eggs with smoked salmon

It&rsquos no bagel but certainly won&rsquot leave a hole in your appetite.

Put a spin on the classic bagel with lox by adding smoked salmon to scrambled eggs. A little onion, freshly chopped chives, and a pinch of salt and pepper make it taste even more like the real thing.

If you can&rsquot be without your bagel, don&rsquot worry &mdash the carbs won&rsquot hit your health too hard. If you&rsquore looking to cut down, maybe top a half bagel with all the above.

Salmon is also an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon. (2019). (We have far more info on this powerful protein here.)

You can even squeeze in a little lemon juice for that extra citrus kick. Make sure this is one that lox into your meal plan for the week.

7. Rosemary and garlic egg white scramble

Sometimes you just want something simple. This recipe only has one whole-food ingredient &mdash egg whites &mdash but doesn&rsquot skimp on flavor thanks to the herbs and garlic.

Separate the whites from their yolky cousins and add them to a pan with 2 teaspoons of garlic and 1/2 teaspoon of dried parsley, rosemary, and oregano. Serve with warm whole-wheat toast and a sprinkle of salt.

Yes, this is essentially really fancy scrambled eggs on toast. So? It still absolutely pops with flavor. You can work out here whether cutting out yolks is the best thing for you and your breakfast.

8. Southwest scrambled eggs

Here&rsquos a Southwestern dish with so much flavor it&rsquoll make you forget that when some folks talk about &ldquothat good-good,&rdquo they&rsquore talking about weed and not scrambled eggs.

Dress up your scrambled eggs with these spicy Tex-Mex-inspired ingredients: black beans, green chiles, pepper jack cheese, tomatoes, and green onions.

You&rsquoll get a healthy serving of veggies first thing in the morning (or whenever really &mdash when is there a bad time for veggies?) and plenty of protein from the beans and eggs.

If you don&rsquot have taco sauce, you can use leftover enchilada sauce, pasta sauce, or hot sauce. Alternatively, learn to make your own spicy sauces here.

9. Maple bacon balsamic breakfast tacos

Wait, maple? Bacon? Tacos? OK, we&rsquore listening&hellip

Yes, this a little more extravagant than your typical weekday breakfast, and definitely a less healthy route to scrambled than many other options here. However, we all deserve a treat occasionally. And why shouldn&rsquot that treat involve maple bacon?

These breakfast tacos are actually simpler to make than they sound.

Sizzle up some green onions with scrambled eggs and put them inside warm corn tortillas. Top with bacon bits brushed with maple syrup (it&rsquos getting very hard to type with these drool-covered hands), a drizzle of balsamic vinegar and honey glaze, and fresh greens.

You&rsquoll feel like a top chef in no time. You&rsquoll also be cooking like one. If you want to know about keeping bacon on the healthy side, check out our recipes here.

  • ¼ onion, finely chopped
  • 1 large red pepper, chopped
  • 1 garlic clove, crushed
  • ¼ tsp paprika
  • pinch chilli flakes (optional)
  • 400g tin chopped tomatoes
  • 160g/5¾oz broad beans (fresh or frozen)
  • 2 free-range eggs
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 slices of sourdough or rye bread, to serve

Heat a non-stick frying pan, add the onion, red pepper, garlic, paprika and chilli flakes, if using, and cook for 5–7 minutes, or until the pepper has softened.

Add the tomatoes and broad beans and simmer for 5 minutes. Season with black pepper to taste.

Make two hollows in the mixture and crack in the eggs. Put a lid on the pan and cook for 3–4 minutes, or until the eggs are done to your liking.

Serve with a slice of sourdough or rye bread.

Recipe Tips

If you don't have a good non-stick frying pan, you will need to add a little oil to cook the vegetables.


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