Breakfast scrambles are a quick and easy way to add veggies into your first meal of the day.
When we tell people we don’t eat grains, the first question a lot of people ask is “What do you eat for breakfast?”.
Even people who do eat eggs often have a hard time eating them every day without getting bored.
The good news is there’s no end to the things you can do with eggs. You can bake them, boil them, fry them, and scramble them.
The best part about scrambled eggs is they don’t take long to make; so if you allow yourself a few extra minutes, adding a few veggies to the mix makes it super easy to get a nice big serving of vegetables along with your eggs.
Vegetables should always make up the majority of your plate, and that includes breakfast.
Onions make a great base for just about anything you want to do, whether you’re making a scramble, an omelet, soup, or stir-fry.
They’re also extremely nutritious. In addition to coming loaded with vitamin C and fiber, onions are high in organosulfur compounds, which are currently being studied for their ability to fight cancer.