Broccoli Scrambled Eggs- It's Good, I Promise!

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 8 mins

I know this sounds a little different, I thought so too when my friend had me over for breakfast. You won't be DH even loves them! I have also used egg beaters for a lighter touch. This is now my favorite way to eat eggs!


  1. Heat oil or water over medium heat in a frying pan (this tastes just as good without the oil, if using frozen broccoli you don't need as much water, spray the pan with cooking spray)
  2. In a small bowl beat eggs
  3. Add broccoli to the warm frying pan and cover for 2-3 min or until broccoli starts getting soft.
  4. Stir occasionally.
  5. Pour eggs over broccoli, add S & P to taste and cook until eggs are fluffy and cooked through, stirring occasionally.
  6. You don't want the broccoli too soft.
  7. Add cheese if you like and cover until melted.
  8. Serve with ketchup.
Most Helpful

thanks for the recipe. I was looking for a late-night snack to clean out the fridge before I go out of town. Eggs and broccoli. Perfect! I had some leftover curry paste and coconut milk and I added a bit of each to make some yummy curry eggs and broccoli.

Allie 1123 March 05, 2010

Yes, it is delicious - I used fresh broccoli and had it on the pan for about 1 minute before adding the eggs - The broccoli still had crunch. I used smoky Chipotle salsa as the topping instead of ketchup - I am a spice hound. This is a do again recipe for sure.

Bergy November 15, 2009

This is great for lunch and dinner too!! However, I like mine with a little punch so I serve with salsa instead of ketchup.

MommaSheesha November 07, 2009