Best Ever Scrambled Eggs

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What’s on Your Plate? is designed to be a conversation amongst good eaters.

Tell us about a recent meal. Did it meet with rave reviews? Or did it bomb? What side dishes did you pair with the star of the show? Did you try a new ingredient? Find the groceries at great prices?

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What’s on Katie’s Plate?

My husband still mourns the loss of his breakfast cereals, but only when I don’t plan breakfast well and leave him wishing. (There was a time, frugal friends, when I had upwards of 40 boxes of cereal in the basement for a family of two and a half.) Since going “ real food,” we’ ve cut that out nearly 100%. We eat a lot of oatmeal, eggs, and granola.

I like to pair eggs with spinach – each is a nutritional powerhouse on its own, but they actually work in a symbiotic relationship, each making the other even better for us! I utilize a crazy 11-step method to get the best scrambled eggs ever on the table as quickly and deliciously as possible. Most people never guess the secret fluffy egg ingredient (no, it’ s not the green stuff).

I also love having an easy grab-and-go breakfast option on hand, which often gets grabbed along with the eggs anyway. My healthy pumpkin muffins never last long! Stocked with the flavor of fall, they are SO moist and easy on the palate. You never feel like you have to warm one up to enjoy it. I make the muffins (or bread) with all whole wheat flour, healthy fats, and a heavy hand on the spices.

— Katie Kimball spills all the beans at Kitchen Stewardship, where her mission is to help others take baby steps to better nutrition while balancing their stewardship for the earth, their money, and their precious time with their families. Come on over and make homemade yogurt so you can save money for grassfed meat.

What’s on YOUR Plate?

Share with us a recent meal you prepared. Either link it up below or tell us about it in the comments. Please make sure that you link to in your post so others know where the dinner party is.

And don’t forget to pop around and visit the other good eaters participating today. I’m sure you will be inspired to make all sorts of Good Cheap Eats at your house.


About Jessica Fisher

I believe great meals don't have to be complicated or expensive. There's a better way, and it won't take all afternoon.

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  1. Thanks so much for hosting!

  2. Love the eggs! I just went over there, thanks!

  3. I usually try to throw in as much of the food group into my eggs in the morning as I can stand. These eggs look delicious. And I have been hungering for some warm, fall pumpkin muffins. Thanks!

  4. Looking for the “What’s on your Plate” Button? Do you have one? Would love to add it to my blog?

    • Jessica says

      Just right click the image and save it to your computer. Then you can load it to your blog. Thanks for spreading the love!

  5. Thanks for hosting this meme. I appreciate it. We love scrambled eggs here. Thanks for this.


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