You’re only ten minutes and a few “secret” ingredients away from ultra-fluffy, truly-perfect scrambled eggs that you can load up with all your favorite toppings to start your morning off on the right foot!
Hiiiiiiya! Welcome back to the second installment of Kitchen How-To’s! Today is gonna be aaaaall about the eggs. I’m going to show you exactly how to make the perfect pan of scrambled eggs.
For real, guys. These are the scrambled eggs you’ve been waiting for your entire life. Today is the day I share all the scrambled egg SECRETS!
Are you excited?! I am. It’s the little things, guys, the little things. 🙂
Let’s discuss the characteristics of a good batch of scrambled eggs.
- FLUFFY. They’re gotta be ultra-fluffy, and I just so happen to know the secret to getting ’em fluffy every time! (keep reading)
- Easy. Ain’t nobody got time to slave over the eggs on crazy mornings! 10 minutes later and it’ll be time to ring that breakfast gong.
- Loaded up with a plethora of the “egg-tras.” You know the drill: Cheese, fresh avocado…more cheese and more avocado. ♥
Now comes the FUN part!
The egg-stras of course. Pile any and ALL of ’em on. Don’t hold back.
Really, anything goes here. 😉
A few of my personal favorites include….
Diced sweet peppers, sliced avocado, shredded cheese (your favorite kind!) fresh tomato, crumbled cooked sausage, bacon bits, chopped spinach or kale, fresh herbs, ect.
I vote that we pile them all on. Good plan, yes?! Yes.
There you have it friends! All the secrets to perfect scrambled eggs are now in your hands. Now I’m just gonna put it out there and reaaaaally suggest that we all do breakfast-for-dinner tonight, because I donno about you but I’ve got a pretty big scrambled egg craving currently going down here.
Egg cravings = The best kind. Enjoy, friends!
How To Make Perfect Scrambled Eggs
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- 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
- 6 large eggs, lightly beaten
- 1 tablespoon sour cream or crème fraiche
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Sliced green onions and cheese for serving, optional
- Melt butter in a medium nonstick skillet over medium heat. Pour eggs into pan and use a flexible spatula to gently fold eggs several times, removing eggs from heat for a moment if they're cooking too fast. Eggs should take about 2-3 minutes to fully cook.
- Once eggs are almost set, fold sour cream or crème fraiche into eggs until melted. Remove eggs from heat, season with salt and pepper to taste, and fold in green onions and cheese if desired. Serve eggs immediately and enjoy!
This post was updated with new recipe tips and photos on 2/22/24.
Try my Rainbow Veggie Kale Scrambled Eggs next! ♥