Packed with spinach, tomato, mushrooms and cheese, these Loaded Scrambled Eggs are an easy, fast and fabulous meal to start your day with. Easy to make with just 5 mins prep and 10-15 mins to cook until eating. It is the perfect way to start your day of travelling or sightseeing.
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Why Are These Loaded Scrambled Eggs so Good?
- The ingredients are readily available and often in your travelling pantry.
- Quick to make, so when you are hungry, they are great to have for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner!
- Packed with veggies – tomato, spinach, mushrooms + you can add other things – bacon and onion. And cheese like in this loaded scrambled eggs recipe.
- All the ingredients are nutritious so you are fuelling your body.
- Hearty low carb meal packed with protein.
Ingredients for Loaded Scrambled Eggs
- Eggs – use fresh free range or organic eggs if you can. I use 2 eggs per person.
- Veggies – you can pack loads of veggies into your eggs. I like to add mushrooms, spinach and tomatoes – they taste great together.
- Cheese – a handful of shredded tasty cheese is all you need.
Other Ingredients to Add
- bacon, onion, kale, capsicum
How To Make Loaded Scrambled Eggs
My recipe is easy to make and easy to follow.
- First, get all your ingredients together.
- Chop the mushrooms and tomato and start cooking them in a small frypan with a dob of butter.
- When mushrooms and tomato are to your liking, add a handful of spinach and melt it down.
- Meanwhile, in a bowl, whisk together the eggs, cheese and a little milk.
- When the veggies are to your liking, add the egg mixture and cook until egg mixture is scrambled to your liking. And Voila!
Cook your mushrooms and tomato in a dob of butter.
Add spinach and cook down.
Best Methods for Cooking
There are different methods you can use to cook your eggs. As long as you have a frypan and heat you are all set. Heat can come from:
- Cooktop – a cooktop element that is electric or gas that you can put your frypan on top of.
- Camp cooking stove – if you are camping in the great outdoors you can cook your loaded scrambled eggs in your frypan on top of your camp stove.
- Camp fire – if you have hot coals or a fire you can cook your loaded scrambled eggs in your pan on top of the heat.
What to Serve with Loaded Scrambled Eggs
I often enjoy my eggs on their own however, you can serve them on toast with a glass of juice. Some people like to serve their scrambled eggs with some fresh chives or parsley on top. I often add some cracked pepper.
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Have you tried these Loaded Scrambled Eggs? Did you add other ingredients? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!