• Green Eggs {with Kale pesto}

    Green Eggs with Kale pesto

    I’m feeling very green this week. We actually have a bunch of Irish in us here. My husband has Irish, Scottish, and  Welsh in his lineage, hence the blue eyes, red hair, and fair skin on one of my boys. The freckles are from me. So here’s to green food in celebration of all things Irish, green, and good to eat.

    Kale pesto in a jar

    Green eggs are an easy start to the morning. I made my life even easier by using some leftover Kale pesto to green up my eggs.

    If you don’t have Kale pesto on hand, you can get a frying pan going with some olive oil or butter, and fry chopped Kale, onions, salt, and garlic together for a few minutes, and then add the eggs for a quick scramble. And if you don’t have Kale, use chopped spinach or chard.

    frying green eggs

    Posted in Breakfast, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD, Vegetarian  |  5 Comments

    5 Responses to Green Eggs {with Kale pesto}

    1. This looks divine! Such crisp photos, delightful to look at each visit. I always miss having green (in my) eggs when I get lazy or forgetful 🙂

    2. Annie says:

      Love the idea of kale pesto! One of my 3 kids likes kale, but I’ve been wondering how to get it in our diets more often! We’re having green egg omelets tonight with spinach, but I could totally add the spinach next time! Thanks for the great idea!

    3. I’ve been all about Kale recently, so I love the idea of making pesto with it, what a great addition to the eggs.

    4. Alex says:

      This sounds wonderful – I’ve been eating scrambled eggs with sauteed kale lately, but I love the idea of the pesto.

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