Scramble Your Way to a Better Breakfast: Feta Scramble Recipe


Good morning!

Here’s a good way to start your day. It’s my favorite smoothie alternative breakfast.


2 eggs

Hangful of spinach

Pinch of salt

Pinch of pepper

3 tbsp milk or almond milk or coconut milk

1/4 cup feta



Coconut oil

Nutritional yeast

Tamari or braggs soy sauce

To begin, crack your eggs into a small bowl. Add salt, pepper, feta, and milk of choice. Stir it up! Butter a frying pan, put on medium/high heat and begin to scramble, adding In the handful of spinach. During or after the eggs are done cut up some kale and garlic. Place coconut oil in another frying pan. Add garlic and let cook on low heat for one minute. Add kale, soy sauce, nutritional yeast, salt and pepper. Place a lid on top and let steam on medium heat for a few minutes. Add extra feta on your scramble if you’d like, take the kale off heat once it has softened. And now you have yourself a hardy, delicious and nutritious breakfast!

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As always, feel free to leave a comment below! Let me know if you try it, if you like it, or if there’s something you think I should change!

Not Cha Mama’s French Toast


Here’s a little twist to a favorite morning sweet tooth…


1 Fresh Baguette

2 Eggs (One per cut of bread)

1 tsp Cinnamon

1 tsp Nutmeg

A pinch of Salt

1 tsp Vanilla Extract


100% OrganicMaple Syrup (no high fructose corn –pardon my french– crap allowed!)

Arrow root Powder


Prepare your batter by wishing together your eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt and vanilla extract. Cut your desired amount of bread slices about 1 1/2 inches thick each. Stick in an appropriate pan and allow the bread to marinate over night in the fridge. This will make your toast extra soft and chewy!

In the morning, your slices should be fully soaked and most of the batter should have swelled up into the bread. Take out a frying pan, butter it up, and fry your slices like you normally would for french toast. While those are frying up, turn your oven to about 225 degrees Fahrenheit and stick your fried pieces of toast in the oven for 15-20 minutes. If you want to add fruit to your dish, now would be the time to cut them up. Once the timer goes off your toast will be soft, warm, and have a bit of crunch! Add your preferred amount of maple syrup and Arrow Root as a substitute to powdered sugar.

Bon Apetit! ❤