Tex-Mex Scramble

Tex-Mex Scramble


The kids are officially out of school, what to fee them?! Hmmm… growing kids need a lot of protein, lots of sleep, veggies, water and they might also argue that screen time is essential too 😉

This is a fun festive funky fresh(told you I like F words) breakfast, very authentic Tex-Mex! As a mom it can be hard to sneak the veggies in, but I promise even the pickiest of eaters will not even taste it(I have one myself). I try to buy as many ingredients from the local farmers market if possible, the fresher the better!

Pro tip* If your youngsters are complaining of being bored, have them be your sous chef and prep the veggies.

Smack yo mama Tex-Mex scramble
5 eggs
2 Tbsp water
1/8 cup chopped green pepper
1/8 cup chopped red onion
2 cherry tomatoes, diced
1/2 cup frozen spinach, thawed and drained
5 jalapeno pepper slices, chopped
1 slice pepper jack cheese (or cheddar)
2 Tbsp Pace Salsa

1. Preheat a skillet over medium heat with canola oil (or your oil of choice). Mix eggs, water, pepper, onion, tomatoes, spinach and jalapenos together. Pour into an oiled pan over medium heat, and cook until eggs are to your desired consistency.
2. Just before eggs are ready to remove, turn heat off and add pepper jack cheese to the top. Cover with a lid or a plate or a pan and let sit for 5 minutes.
3. To serve, add 2 Tbsp salsa over top and serve immediately.

Tips: This dish also stores very well with saran wrap and heats up in the microwave with no trouble. If you plan to save half of the dish for later, do not add the 1Tbsp salsa to the half you will re-heat until after heating.

You can also add sliced black olives, guacamole, sour cream, and chopped lettuce (make certain to account for the carb count change).
Serves: 2

Nutritional Information:Total carb per serving: 7.5, Net carbs: 5.5, Calories: 513, Fiber: 4 grams, Protein: 40 grams, Fat: 33 grams

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  1. Michelle says

    This is my favourite dish now

  2. anotherherindoors says

    Bacon in the photo but no mention of bacon in the recipe or in the “you can also add . . .” section. Is it accounted for in the nutritional information?

    • Your Lighter Side says

      The bacon is an awesome add on, as long as you are a bacon lover! It is not included in nutritional info and is completely option to add that or anything else you think will compliment the dish!

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