Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Scrambled Eggs with (hidden) Cauliflower (GLUTEN & DAIRY FREE)

Simple breakfast recipe, that adds in an extra veggie to my kids meals so that I can rest assured they are getting in enough veggies for the day. I purchased a wonderful cookbook (Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food) a while ago, when I was having a really hard time getting my son to eat anything that was remotely good for him. This cookbook saved my life at the time and left me with a few tricks up my sleeve that I still continue to this day. This is one of my favorites, adding in puree cauliflower to scrambled eggs, I also add cauliflower to mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes to Kraft Macaroni & Cheese.

Scrambled Eggs w/Puree Cauliflower

4 eggs
1/4 cup puree cauliflower (I store these little cups you see in the photo in my freezer, microwave them for 40 seconds and have them on had at all times)

Add 4 eggs in a bowl, add in your puree cauliflower, whisk and scramble them up on the stove top. They can NOT taste the cauliflower at all, and if you think they can, add in a little graded cheese and your good to go!

I am excited to do my first review for CSN Stores. Check out the cool Le Creuset line. I received one of these for Christmas from my husband and I have yet to use it, but I am excited about finding a recipe to cook in my new pan!

I LOVE Linky Parties and it's Wednesday.... almost Friday! Come on everyone... "WE CAN DO THIS"! What a great way to mix and mingle with lots of bloggers (and find FABULOUS recipes)! Today, this recipe is linked to the following linky parties: Creative Share Wednesdays, Gold Star Wednesdays, Let's Do Brunch, Living Well Wednesdays, Show & Tell, Wandering Wednesday, What's Cooking Wednesday, Works for Me Wednesday, Homemaking Link-Up, Whats on the Menu Wednesday, What's on Your PlateSlightly Indulgent TuesdayGluten-Free WednesdaysReal-Food Wednesday and Food & Health Carnival


  1. Hello,
    Great way to put those veggies into the eggs. Got to get them in someway. Good job.
    Thank-you for linking it up with my Food and Health Carnival. I hope you will link up again.
    Have a great weekend.
    Lisa's Gluten-Free Advice and Healthy Living

  2. You are so sneaky! I love this idea and will be trying it soon. Thanks for linking up.

  3. What a fantastic idea! And I imagine the cauliflower gives the eggs a lot of body and flavour too, as well as making them much more nutritious! Yum! Thank you for linking this to Let's Do Brunch -hope you will come along and link up again tomorrow!

  4. Tina, reading this clever recipe makes me want to feature you, tomorrow and that is what I am going to do. I would love this and loving cauliflower, I would not mind if the taste came through. This is simple and I know, delicious.

    Thanks for linking it to Let's Do Brunch.


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