15 Favorite Ways to Make Scrambled Eggs
Scrambling is one of the quickest (and tastiest) ways to prepare a batch of eggs. All you need is a hot pan, some eggs (of course), and a little know-how to prepare satisfying scrambled eggs that are delicious day or night. From spicy Sriracha Scrambled Eggs to herb-infused Summer Scrambled Eggs, these 15 recipes are sure to have something for the whole family to enjoy.
Best Scrambled Eggs
For when you want a classic plate of cheesy comfort food, these Best Scrambled Eggs are sure to satisfy. They're quick enough for weekday breakfasts too, taking just eight minutes to prepare.
A great way to use up leftover baked potatoes, this hearty breakfast scramble also has a touch of Irish green thanks to the addition of bell peppers.
Green Chile Tortilla Scramble
"Quick, easy, and worth making again," says bd.weld. Other reviewers have suggested switching in cojita cheese for the cheddar to add a tasty twist.
Scrambled Eggs with Chorizo
Greek Scrambled Eggs
"This was excellent! Simple, quick, and healthy," says Sara.
Oven Scrambled Eggs
If you're making scrambled eggs for a crowd, then it's time to use the oven instead of the stovetop. This recipe makes 12 hearty servings and is ready in about half an hour.
Sriracha Scrambled Eggs
Pesto Scrambled Eggs
"One of my favorite restaurants serves a breakfast dish similar to this called green eggs and ham," says piedpiper. "Wonderful combination of flavors."
Creamy Cottage Cheese Scrambled Eggs
Cottage cheese takes the place of milk in this ultra-decadent, but surprisingly healthy, spin on scrambled eggs.
Garlic-Cilantro Scrambled Eggs
"I really enjoyed the flavors going on in this dish, I used extra cilantro sprinkled on top before serving," says PamelaSue.
Scrambled Eggs in a Mug
If you're short on time, or don't have access to a stove, these microwaved eggs are a satisfying breakfast ready in just 90 seconds.
Lobster Scrambled Eggs
Chef John's Summer Scrambled Eggs
Recipe creator Chef John says, "Adding juicy, sweet cherry tomatoes to a scramble tastes great, but it's not a common practice since having a pool of liquid under your eggs is considered bad form. I don't care; I have toast."
"This was my husband's favorite breakfast growing up in a Mexican household," says recipe creator SHELLSHOCK. "Now we make it all times of day and even our kids always ask for seconds. Very simple, inexpensive, and quick to make. I sometimes add hot pepper sauce, or ingredients you would like in a omelet, but my husband prefers it the traditional way."