The Best Scrambled Eggs

I know it might be odd to do a post all about scrambled eggs…

But I just couldn’t keep this to myself.

Ok, it’s actually not a big secret, it’s more like, ok big whoop so ya know how to make some delicious scrambled eggs. Seriously guys, here me out.

I’ve probably gotten 3 hours of interrupted sleep every night for the past two weeks. This sickness has been slowly creeping up on my kids, and just a few days ago hits them.My poor babies. Come morning, I’m exhausted and delirious and I’m pretty sure a a few of my meals have only been a piece of bread and a banana.

So in an effort to give myself a little extra something and not make a complete mess in the kitchen, I made my favorite eggs.

The secret is in the sauce…

Listen. When you cook your eggs in coconut oil itΒ literally makes them taste…not like eggs.

I don’t know how to describe it, but plain scrambled eggs make me gag and think about morning sickness. BUT, eggs cooked in coconut oil make me feel like I’m eating breakfast at a fancy cafe…Instead of the reality which is me wearing a bath robe in my dirty sickness filled house with two sad babies…

It’s really easy too, not much effort or talent required.

1. Add a little coconut oil to coat the pan. You can use a solid coconut oil, or if you are lucky and find the liquid version like the one shown above, use that one! I used about 1 tb or so for about 3 eggs…

The next part needs no explaining, but if you haven’t slept since christmas and need some help remembering, here’s the low down.

2. Set your heat on the stove to low-medium. Whisk the eggs together every so often, letting rest every 30 seconds or so.

3. Eventually the eggs will start to stick to the pan as you are whisking. Continue to whisk, until the eggs scramble and are cooked all the way through. If you don’t want them too scrambled, use a rubber spatula to flip the eggs here and there!

Honestly, I don’t even add salt, to me it taste great the way it is! Of coarse, if you douse with 1/2 c. of ketchup, I won’t judge because I’ve done that many many many times…

This morning I made a tortilla with hummus,eggs, avocado, and pepper. I felt somewhat refreshed, but of coarse it didn’t last long! Come 8:30 I was ready for bed…A.M. Not P.M.

Speaking of bed time, it is now 9:18 p.m. and someone decided to wake up and play…

“Screw bed time!”

-actual quote from Sweet Pea….

Maybe when she’s 12, she will sleep?


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  1. My favourite way to eat eggs is in a burrito wrap with avocado! Doesn’t the coconut oil just give it the best flavour?? Love!!

  2. So I have a unnatural obsession with eggs. I could eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner….and well, sometimes I do just that! I have recently discovered coconut oil but would never have thought to mix it with scrambled eggs. I cant wait to try this!

  3. MMM this looks delish!! I only started trying coconut oil and coconut milk since you use it so often in your blog πŸ™‚ LOVE!!!!

  4. Where did you find the liquid coconut oil? I’d love to get my hands on some of that! I use coconut oil like it’s going out of style. Obsessed! I cook my sweet breakfast scrambles in coconut oil and love it! Well, I cook everything in coconut oil but it’s extra good in eggs πŸ™‚

  5. I love scrambled eggs! When I dont plan a meal I usually make eggs. Last night I had breakfast for dinner and of course we had eggs with avocado. great combo!

  6. Leana Streeter says:

    I made these the other day and loved them. Even my 2 year old, who doesn’t like scrambled eggs had some! Yum!

  7. I LOVE the picture at the end! With the caption… literally made me laugh out loud!
    And thank you for the egg tip!

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