Cottage Scrambled Eggs

"My favorite way to make scrambled eggs. The softest, lightest eggs ever."
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  • Put eggs, cottage cheese, salt and pepper into blender.
  • Blend until smooth.
  • In a small fry pan, melt enough butter to coat bottom.
  • Pour eggs into fry pan.
  • Without stirring, gently push cooked portion to center and continue until all eggs are fully cooked but not dry.
  • Note: You can also just whisk all ingredients together, but cheese won't be fully integrated.

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  1. I thought these were very good. Simple to prepare and they are quite fluffy and moist. I'd make them again for myself -but not everyone in my family cared for them as well as I did (hence the four stars).
  2. I made these eggs last night and it turned out very well! In fact, I used 2 whole egss plus 2 egg whites. After cooking them, I stored them in a container in the refrigerator and heated them up this morning at work!! Very good!
  3. Very simple and easy recipe to do. (But aren't most simple recipes usually the best!!) I just fried up some onions and garlic then fried the egg mixture and served over toast. Quick and easy!!
  4. I use egg subsitute and the cottage cheese gave it a nice flavor and fluffy texture. I didn't use a blender, I mashed up the cottage cheese and it still turned out well. I will make it again and add some veggies next time.
  5. I only used two eggs because I was only cooking for myself but didn't alter the cottage cheese because I love cheese. I also added green onions, mushrooms, and spices to taste. However the taste and texture of the original recipe are amazing. It's very smooth and savoury. I'll definitely be making this again.


  1. Due to health reasons, we cut the eggs down to 2 and used ricotta cheese instead. So I can't give you five stars. But it was so creamy, now my favorite way to have eggs.


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