Posted by: Chelsea | September 9, 2011

Scramble-y Scrambles

I’ve recently rekindled my love for scrambles. They’re easy, extremely fast, and keep me full for a good amount of time (always important!).

I use leftovers from dinner the night before, which has been a great way to change up the flavor and textures to create something new and exciting. I also heat the egg as little as possible, just enough to cook the egg whites. I like the moisture runny egg yolks add; plus the nutrients stay in tact.

Garlic sausage, kale/rainbow chard/pattypan squash/zucchini stir fry, and a sprinkle of freshly made kale chips.

Venison, acorn/delicata/sweet dumpling squash oven-roasted with coconut oil, honey and cinnamon.

I know I know, this isn’t “really” a scramble… but I loved this! It was cooked over a campfire when we went camping recently.

Another favorite of mine, that I unfortunately do not have a picture of, was made with oven-roasted chicken and sweet potatoes roasted with a drizzle of maple syrup and spices. It was AHHH-MAZING!

What types of foods have you been experimenting with? What’s your favorite way to start your day?

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Responses

  1. fabulous!

  2. yum! thanks for the rminder! Tis’ the season for extra veggies laying around/ going bad in the fridge…Made a spaghetti squash scramble for brekkie today thx to you 🙂


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