Spinach, Kale & Broccoli Cheesey Scrambled Eggs - Easy Dinners

Spinach, Kale and Broccoli Cheesey Scrambled Eggs

An exciting twist on a trusty family favourite. This is a really quick , easy, cheap and super healthy meal the whole family will enjoy! Serves 4. VERY easy. Budget Friendly. Healthy and the kids realy do like this one.

Ingredients
6 free range eggs
½ cup low fat milk or soya milk
½ cup raw broccoli, very finely chopped
¼ cup kale, very finally chopped
½ cup baby spinach leaves, very finely chopped
1 spring onion, thinly sliced (optional)
½ cup low fat cheese, grated
1 teaspoon mixed dried herbs
1 teaspoon chopped fresh chives
salt and pepper to taste

Method
Prepare all ingredients and heat a small amount of olive oil in a good sized frying pan to a medium heat.
Lightly whisk eggs and milk.
Lightly fry the broccoli, kale, spring onion and spinach for around 2 minutes.
Add the egg mixture into the frying pan with the broccoli mix, keep on a medium heat stirring occasionally, do not leave.
When nearly cooked add in the cheese, gently mixing through.
Season to taste.
Serve Immediately.

Notes
Great served with wholegrain toast, sour dough or pita bread.
Add fresh colour to the plate like sliced or cherry tomatoes, fresh cucumber and coriander and parsley leaves.
For a more adult version add some fresh chilli, also great for the metabolism!
Kale is a green leafy vegetable considered to be one of the highest in nutrients and anti cancer properties so it is well worth tracking down or even growing your own! It is very easy to grow.
Make a different version with fresh, sliced mushrooms and even low fat free range cooked bacon or vegetarian not bacon.
Allow to completely cool and use as a sandwich filling. Keep refrigerated.

Toddler Tips
Many toddlers are not overly keen on onions so you could leave the spring onions out.
Serve with toast soldiers or fun pita bread triangles and some easy to eat raw vege sticks like red capsicum slivers, cucumber slices, cherry tomatoes, raw snow peas and green beans.

Kale is one of my favourite vegetables to eat and to grow.

I have it nearly every day in beautiful healing and nourishing juices, salads and in cooking like my tasty Canneloni
(pictured)

This great recipe was published in HOLISTIC BLISS magazine
look out for more of recipes in the magazine.

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Happy Cooking,

Rebecca XX



8 comments:

  1. Awesome! I love all the ingredients. Just recently I found out about all the good health benefits Kale has. Need to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Bek,
    Since my garden is bursting with kale, I'm always on the lookout for new kale recipes! This one looks like a winner! Yum! Thank you!

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    1. Awesome AmyG!
      I love growing kale, not just so tasty and useful but I think it is really pretty too -love to see a pic of your kale garden Xx

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