I am on a roll! Three recipe blogs in one day!
If I woke up early enough to make breakfast, I wouldn't be having so many low-carb woes. I needed something other than the high-sodium turkey links that I have been gobbling for 2 months, so I thought I would give this a try.
Anything that I can throw in the microwave while I am getting dressed and throwing my hair in a pony tail is good for me.
These would be excellent to make ahead and freeze batches of, but I wanted to try it out before I went all balls in.
I read that you can keep cooked scrambled eggs in the fridge for up to 4 days, so if I die, ya'll sue the Google.
I had a lot of scrambled egg left over, so I probably didn't put enough in there. Next time I will make a batch to freeze, so 10 eggs will still be enough. You can also add all kind of yummies in here. Spinach, tomatoes, bell peppers....I kept it simple for the first time.
What I used:
1 1/2 cup of shredded cheddar
20 slices of ham
A splash of heavy cream
Kosher salt, garlic powder, Lawry's, and onion powder.
What I did:
Crack 10 eggs in a cool lime green bowl.
Add very little salt, a good helping of garlic powder, some onion powder, and may a small swish of Lawry's. I would have put more than a swish of heavy cream but it looked kind of sketchy.
Melt 3 tbl of butter over medium heat, add the eggs to the pan. I shook in some pepper. When they got to this consistency, I added the cheese. I would have used two cups, but I just dumped what was in the bag.
I then moved them out of the skillet so they would stop cooking while I got everything else ready.
Now in this little segment I will tell you nothing that you need to know.
In the almost 6 years that we have lived here, I have never attempted to use this stove's broiler. I turn it on, it lights up, I think we're in business. When I put the assembled food in the broiler for about 8 minutes after it has been on for 20 minutes or so, it was so cool that I grabbed the pan out of the oven with my bare hand...so...let me tell you what I did from the above picture's point.
When the eggs are cooked, prepare your cutting board.
Put down 2 slices of ham...
Spoon in the egg mixture. You can put more, I had a bunch of leftovers.
I am a horrible roller, and when I transferred these back and forth some egg fell out. Roll 'em up tight.
I ended up broiling them in the toaster for about 8 minutes.
Remind me to clean the toaster and underneath.....
I then packed them up for the rest of the week, and put some in my lunch thingie for tomorrow. This will be breakfast and lunch. If the flippin' store had the cottage cheese that I like, that would be heavenly.
Today I have reheated leftovers, Scott made potato salad to go with his dinner, I made Ugly Pepperoni Zucchini Bites, and I am dehydrating zucchini to make Zucchini Chips. And now this. The kitchen is a disaster, and dinner still has to be made.
Look who is doing the dishes!!!!!
He must want something.
Excuse me while I go hide.....
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