My New Fave Healthy Breakfast!


For those of you who follow me on my new instagram ascousegirlgetsabout in case you were wondering…. you’ll not be surprised to see this bad boy has earned its own little blog post.

I like to think of it as the healthier sister of Eggs Florentine, a breakfast classic!

Breakfast is ma fave meal of the day (intentional typo btw!) I like to have something that fills me up and keeps on powering on until lunch so I like to stick to yummy, wholesome food to gimme that kick start.

Luckily, this recipe is both tasty and healthy so its a major win win in the scouse house! It’s also incredibly easy to make and takes under ten mins!

Asparagus and Scrambled Eggs on Spinach and Toast

To make:

  • A slice of wholemeal toast
  • A handful of spinach
  • Two eggs
  • Asparagus Tips
  • Pepper (for flavour)

I simply put the asparagus tips in a pan of boiling water to get em tender and whilst I’m waiting I pop a slice of wholemeal toast in the toast and crack an egg in a cup before microwaving for a minute or two. once the egg is completely cooked I grab a fork and scramble like crazy until the toast pops out. I grab a handful of spinach from the fridge, layer it on the slice of toast and then cover that with the scrambled egg. To finish I drain the pan of boiling water and place the now tender asparagus tips on top. to flavour I sprinkle over some pepper.

And there you go! I hope this breakfast idea inspires you guys!


Author: Chelsea Thompson

Scriptwriter and Stand Up. A recovering chocoholic who is trying to maintain a balanced lifestyle whilst putting on make up and travelling around a bit!!

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