More scrambled eggs… What?!
In the past couple weeks since starting The Whole30, I’ve made:
- Mushroom And Asparagus Scrambled Eggs
- Purple Potato And Vegetable Scrambled Eggs
- Mediterranean Artichoke Scrambled Eggs
- Spicy Red Potato And Veggie Breakfast Scramble With Avocado
- Asparagus And Mixed Veggie Breakfast Scramble
And I have a feeling that I’m going to be making a lot more scrambled eggs during The Whole30.
Scrambles are just so easy and fast! Breakfast scrambles are also a simple way to work more vegetables into your day and use up any leftover vegetables from dinner the night before. I don’t know about you, but reheating leftover veggies has never and will never sound delicious to me, so being able to mix them into something new, is awesome!
Broccoli Breakfast Scramble With Peppers And Onions
I have to admit, in all the years that I have been making broccoli, I never thought to put broccoli in my scrambled eggs, and I’ve been missing out. Combined with the potatoes, onions, and bell peppers, the broccoli added just enough crunch and flavor to make the breakfast scramble extra tasty!
To make it, I cubed the potatoes and popped them in the microwave on the “potato setting.” While the potatoes were cooking, I chopped the red and yellow bell peppers, diced the onion. When the potatoes were done cooking, I combined the peppers, onions, potatoes, and broccoli in a large skillet with some olive oil, and sauteed the mixture over medium heat.
When the vegetables were just about done cooking, I added the eggs and salt and pepper, and scrambled everything up. Simple, fast, totally delicious.
Broccoli Breakfast Scramble
Broccoli isn't just a dinner side dish, but a delicious addition to these scrambled eggs.
- Broccoli florets
- Red and yellow bell pepper, chopped
- Onion, diced
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Cube the potatoes and microwave on the potato setting.
- Chop the bell peppers, dice the onion, combine in a large skillet with the potatoes, broccoli florets, and olive oil, and saute over medium heat.
- When the vegetables are almost done cooking, add eggs and salt and pepper to taste, and scramble. Serve immediately.
This is a great way to use up any leftover broccoli from dinner the night before!