Fab-Fluffy Scrambled Eggs with Toast Points!
(Inspired by and Dedicated to my beautiful Daughter Vivienne)
Today I’m sharing a personal kid friendly favorite from my very own fabulous kitchen! I’ve even given it a fancy name. This recipe might be considered simple and common, but the preparation and kitchen tools involved here are key!
A good non-stick pan, A strong metal spatula with a rubber tip, a 2-cup measuring cup (for space to create bubbles in!), and a medium sized whisk.
FAB-FLUFFY SCRAMBLED EGGS
*1 Tsp Butter
*1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
*1/4 Tsp Sea Salt (We love Pink Himalayan Salt!)
*1 Splash of Water
Add the butter to your non-stick pan, over medium-high heat. As the butter melts,
crack your 3 eggs in the large measuring cup and add a splash of water to it. Add the garlic powder and salt next. Now whisk your egg mixture for about 30 seconds vigorously (we want bubbles. LOTS of bubbles!)
Your butter should be nicely melted and slightly sizzle-y.
Next, turn the heat down to medium-low and add your whisked eggs to it.
Allow the eggs to simply sit till they look “set” around the edges.
At this point you can lift, flip, and slide the “set” eggs carefully away from the hottest parts of the pan, letting the still “wet” parts of the egg fall in to the empty heated space so they can also “set”.
Cook and only carefully slide and/or flip your omletey-egg masterpiece until all the egg mixture is fully done to your liking. I like it to be fluffy, with a little “wet” look to them.
TIP: Keeping the lifting and flipping to a minimum will help keep the eggs in a nice fluffy consistency.
Tip 2: I like to serve this dish in a 1-serving sized crock pot, because I find it keeps the eggs warmed longer.
Toast points are really just a fancy title for triangle shaped toast with the crust cut off of them. I LOVE toast points!!!
*Butter or Margarine
Toast bread to a light golden brown, spread with butter or margarine, cut edges off of each side of your toast, then cut diagonally for triangle shapes and serve with your Fab-Fluffy Scrambled Eggs!
Any leftovers can be offered to the hungry parent!