The best scrambled eggs recipe ever! Learn how to make outrageously creamy scrambled eggs with goat cheese. Cook these eggs for breakfast, brunch or dinner. Recipe yields 2 large or 4 smaller servings (this recipe is easily halved).
8 large pasture raised eggs
⅓ cup Organic Valley "Grass Whole Milk" or A-2 milk
Pinch of fine sea salt
Organic ground black pepper
1 tablespoon Organic Valley Cultured or Vital Farms butter
3 cups organic baby spinach, roughly chopped
4 ounces organic goat cheese, crumbled (about 1 cup)
½ cup chopped organic green onion, mostly green parts
*⅓ cup oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes, rinsed and roughly chopped (optional)
Toasted sourdough bread
Crack the eggs into a large bowl. Add the milk, salt and black pepper. Whisk until the mixture is thoroughly combined and pure yellow. Be sure to have your remaining ingredients prepped and ready, because this recipe comes together quickly once you start cooking.
Warm a medium skillet over medium heat. Add the butter and let it melt.
Add the spinach and cook, stirring with a silicone or rubber spatula, until the spinach is wilted and bright green, about 1 to 2 minutes.
Pour the eggs into the skillet and reduce the heat to medium-low. Use your spatula to gently stir and push the eggs around the skillet until the eggs are clumpy but still slightly wet, about 3 to 5 minutes.
Remove the skillet from the heat. Add the goat cheese, green onion and sun-dried tomatoes (optional), and gently stir to combine. Divide the mixture into bowls. Sprinkle lightly with optional flaky sea salt, and serve with toast if you’d like. Serve promptly.
STORAGE SUGGESTIONS: These scrambled eggs are best enjoyed immediately, but will keep in the refrigerator, covered, for up to 3 days. Gently reheat in the microwave before serving (don’t overdo it).
CHANGE IT UP: The goat cheese is essential, but you can easily omit the other mix-ins (spinach, green onion and sun-dried tomatoes) for more simple eggs. You could replace the spinach with baby arugula, or fold in any prepared vegetables at the end. Fresh, leafy herbs would be nice here, such as basil, dill, parsley or cilantro.