Each one of you woke up this morning with a single question on your minds: “What on earth am I going to make for breakfast?” (Unless you don’t eat breakfast and that is a sad thing.)
This enigma might have plagued you the whole night before and you woke up feeling perplexed and unsettled. So you decided to seek the advice of your all-time favorite chef- ME!! Well, you’re in luck, because I now present to you my recipe for EGGCELLENT EGG PIE ! This stuff is my favorite. It’s great for a quick breakfast or having friends over for brunch. Now, ambitious chefs, put on your cooking hats, tie on your aprons, and get ready to make this deliciously awesome, and scrupulously healthy EGGCELLENT EGG PIE. If you need a quick and easy summary, skip down to the bottom of the page to our HANDY DANDY SUMMARY
Serving Size: 8
½ cup of diced red and green peppers
¼ cup of diced carrots
½ cup of diced spinach
2 tbsp of olive oil
Any seasonings you enjoy in your eggs
⅔ cup of crumbled sausage or bacon (optional)
½ cup of cheddar cheese (optional)
(To make this recipe spread beyond 8 servings, add ½ cup of milk.)
If your meat isn’t already prepared, cook your sausage or bacon. Thoroughly cover your pan with olive oil and then saute all your veggies for 1 minute on medium. Add your crumbled meat.
In a separate bowl, crack and beat your eggs. Mix the cheese and seasoning in with the eggs. After cooking your sliced veggies and meat, add the eggs to the skillet. Make sure that the egg mixture covers your other ingredients. Now place a top on the skillet and let it cook on the stove on a medium temperature for 15-20 minutes
Let your egg pie sit for 2 minutes, and then carefully transfer it to a platter. Serve and enjoy!
HANDY DANDY SUMMARY
The Kamau Sisters
Hi! We're Nia, Jada, and Bailey Kamau. We laugh, sing, read, and have Narnia marathons probably more than we should. Thanks so much for checking out our blog!
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