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Lazy Eggs

What do you have for breakfast on Mondays? Even with the kids doing school at home, the mornings feel rushed. To ensure they start the day with a hearty breakfast, I adapted scrambled eggs to save me a minute or two, and scramble them directly in the pan (also saves me on washing an extra bowl). Thus, I call them "lazy eggs."


  • 1 T butter

  • 4 or 5 eggs

  • Salt & pepper to taste


  1. Melt butter over medium-low,

  2. Crack in eggs

  3. Immediately move eggs around gently in the pan, breaking the yolk and mixing with the white- stir often to keep from sticking on the bottom

  4. Add salt and pepper (we skip pepper for the kids)

  5. Ready in a few minutes, depending on how runny you like your eggs

  6. Serve with a side of fruit and avocado, or over toast or an English muffin


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