After-Easter Egg Recipe

Posted on April 5, 2010 
Filed Under Eat The List: Recipes, High School Reunion Diet Blog

Looking for something to do with all those extra Easter eggs that never made it into a basket? We have just the recipe for an egg scramble packed with essential vitamins and tons of nutrients.

Onion Spinach Scramble



Chop the spinach as small as you like. Saute the onion in the olive oil, and add some salt (1/4 tsp or so), let the onions caramelize (cook on low heat for 15 minutes, until translucent).

Meanwhile, beat the eggs with the chopped spinach. Add egg mixture to the sauteed onions and cook as a pancake until done to your liking.

Good thing that eggs are an excellent source of protein and Vitamin A. Not to mention the significant amounts of Iron and Calcium you can find inside. So chow down and enjoy!


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