During the week, my husband and I are up early and out the door most days by 5:30am. We don’t have lots of time to make breakfast. So on Sundays, we try to prep foods that are quick and easy for us, not only to eat for breakfast, but to pack and take with us for our work day.

We both love eggs and are always trying to find different ways to make them. Most often, I just look into the fridge for leftovers of meat and any veggies to put into them.

This Sunday, we had some Brussels Sprouts that we needed to use and I had bought some Jennie-O Turkey Sausages. Perfect!!

I started with some bacon fat in a pan. I cut up the Brussels Sprouts into quarters or smaller and cut up the turkey sausage and tossed them all into the pan. Cooked until the Brussels Sprouts are cooked and soft. (You can also add onions, as I forgot to add them this time! Actually, the combinations are endless!)

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Then I added 12 eggs.. the WHOLE egg! I need the healthy fats and egg yolks are the way for me to get them. NO, egg yolks do NOT cause high cholesterol… so throw that suggestion out of your head!

20150222_084859Continued cooking them until the eggs were thoroughly. Add some garlic salt and pepper and enjoy!! I enjoyed mine with some Caramel Nut Teeccino (I use in place of coffee) with Coconut Milk Creamer.

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This will usually last us until Thursday morning and reheating this does not change the flavor at all.

There are so many different combinations of things you can add to your eggs!

Here are some of the different things we have used:

  • Bacon, sausage, ground turkey
  • Kale, spinach, peppers, onions, mushrooms, garlic, broccoli
  • Sweet potatoes and red potatoes

Create your own Breakfast Scramble and the share it with us!

2 Thoughts on “Quick Breakfast Scramble”

  • Looks delicious! I love scrambles! You can also bake into a fritatta or muffin tin and have a great “on the go” breakfast.

  • I like overnite oats! I use steel-cut oats, but you can also use rolled (never quick oats, tho). Put everything in a bowl: oats, milk of your choice, cinnamon, dried fruit (I like cranberries), fresh fruit (chopped apple or banana, perhaps), chia seeds, ground flaxseed, protein powder, honey or maple syrup, pumpkin puree. The options are endless! Mix it all up and cover. Put in the refrigerator overnite. When you take it out the next morning, give it another stir. I often add a heaping spoonful of peanut butter at this time and, maybe, half of a banana. Basically, however you like your hot oats, you can enjoy your cold oats. On hot mornings, cold oats are even better ~~ all the taste and nutrition, none of the heat to further raise your body temperature! 🙂

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