Eggs are one of favourite breakfast meals to serve my kids. As you may know, I keep a couple of gorgeous Chooks in my backyard. My Girls provide me with around 10 – 12 eggs a week so I like to make sure I use them up. All of my children love scrambled eggs on toast. It is a tasty breakfast as well as a fast last minute dinner. It is such a quick and easy meal that it even suits busy school day mornings. I scramble the eggs whilst the toast is cooking.
Scrambled Eggs on Toast
Serves 2. Double up as needed.
Fresh Eggs (2 per person)
¼ teaspoon organic butter
Sea salt to taste
OPTIONAL: Chopped chives or parsley to sprinkle on top
Melt butter in a Non Stick Pan. Crack eggs into a bowl and whisk until well blended. Pour mix into a hot pan. Stir regularly until egg is cooked through. Serve with hot, buttered wholegrain toast.
Couple of tips to keep it simple:
- We have one of those four slice toasters, so all four of my children are served at the same time.
- For fast clean up, I recommend investing in a non stick pan. When we went camping last week, I left mine at home and got to experience scrubbing a sticky eggy pan all over again. I really love my non stick pan!
- When I give this meal to my smaller kids (6 year old and 7 years old), I cut up the toast into bite sized squares and lay the egg on top. Kids are then able to use a knife and fork to easily eat their meal ‘like a big kid’ as they only need to cut the egg. My bigger kids started making scrambled eggs for themselves around 11yrs of age. It’s a perfect ‘first meal’ for them to make on their own.