Cheesy Scrambled Eggs Like Grandma Makes
We try hard to make a trip to see my in-laws in San Antonio at least 4 times a year. They make the trip here to Dallas as well multiple times throughout the year.
Every time we are there Grandma Lopez makes my boys eggs. With cheese.
Scrambled, cheesy eggs.
They are spoiled. Every time I make eggs the boys say, “Make them just like Grandma does… with cheese.”.
These make for a delicious breakfast straight from nature! I love easy recipes at my house! This week I made them for the boys, but with one alteration. Let me show you.
- 12 eggs (we used Simple Truth Cage-Free eggs)
- 1/3 c Silk Almond Milk (this was a simple change… and it was good)
- 1/2 c shredded cheese
- salt and pepper to taste
- coconut oil spray for the pan
Crack all of the eggs into a medium size bowl.
Add in the almond milk.
Salt and pepper according to your taste.
Whisk until smooth.
Add the egg mixture to a pan or griddle that has been warming over medium heat and has been sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. I love using coconut oil spray.
Scramble the eggs as you typicality would.
Once they are done evenly top with the shredded cheese.
Mix it up as the cheese melts, evenly distributing it all over the eggs.
My family loves these!
The cheese is hidden all in there, melted and perfect.
We love serving these with some waffles and fresh fruit. Strawberries are typically what my mother-in-law serves with her cheesy eggs. I only had oranges on hand.
While my mother-in-law often makes her own waffles, I am usually pressed for time. My boys love Kashi’s blueberry waffles. Matthew could eat the entire box.
This is such a filling and delicious breakfast.
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What’s on your breakfast menu this week?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of WhiteWave Foods. The opinions and text are all mine.
OMG yes!!!! I wish my grandmother made me awesome stuff like that when I was a kid. I am drooling over these eggs right now. NOM!!
Those look fantastic! I love Silk, but I’ve never thought of replacing milk with it in recipes.
This looks SO good! I have never cooked with this milk before, but I bet my tummy would like it a lot better! I will be trying it!
Oh yum, my family would love some of these in the morning. I need to try this out!
These scrambled eggs sound so good. I will have to try this recipe soon. We eat scrambled eggs a lot in our house.
The scrambled eggs look delicious. I never tried adding Almond milk to my scrambled eggs but I will give this a try. Thanks!
I love serving my family cheesy scrambled eggs. So simple but yet so yummy! Kids love it on Sunday mornings!
I’ve never tried using almond milk for my scrambled eggs. I’m not a fan of almond milk, but I think I could try this.
I had never thought of using almond milk to make eggs! I think this recipe will be a hit at home
We love making eggs for breakfast. It is a great way to start the day. I will have to try this recipe.
I love scrambled eggs with my breakfast on the weekends. They are definitely even better with cheese.
Ooooh, I love cheesy eggs! Im going to have to rememver this recipe!
We love scrambled eggs around here. I actually just made a Tuscan omelet. I haven’t tried adding almond milk though. Bet it’s delish.
I love cheesy eggs! These look so good and just made my tummy rumble! =D I always added milk but never tried almond milk.
Omg this is literally my daughters favorite food! I make scrambled cheese eggs with almond milk several times a week!
Aren’t they great?
Yum!! Thank you for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty. We would love to have you again next week.
You had me at cheesy… I love cheesy scrambled eggs. These sounds pretty amazing!
Our breakfast menu is usually the same day to day – a gluten free dried cherry chocolate chip muffin and Greek yogurt. Thesee eggs look like something my boys would love.