I’m so lucky that my kids LOVE eggs. Makes it easy to hide veggies. I whip something up, stir it into eggs and then fry it up like regular scrambled eggs. Today I cooked some sausage then, while it cooled I threw some kale, onion and mushrooms into the food processor. Then I added the sausage so it would be easy to combine with the egg.
The sausage was a big link, like a brat you’d have on a roll.
I combined it with about 1 cup of kale, one large baby bella mushroom, some scallions and about 1TBS white onion
It doesn’t look very appetizing, I know.. but it’s a bit like meatloaf. Just a little green from all the kale.
I stirred in two eggs. I had two toddlers and me to feed and with the sausage that was plenty.
It was kind of like pancake batter and I spooned it onto a hot (but not too hot) griddle. I kept the heat low so they wouldn’t brown too much, just form mini scrambled egg pancakes.
After cooling, the baby was able to pick them up and feed himself =)
And he ate about 5 of them!
The Toddler, who insists on drawing while eating (my little artist) asked for seconds! That’s the mark of a yummy meal because this skinny kid HATES to take time out of his busy drawing and playing schedule to eat!
Amounts are not exact, I just use the things I have laying around and try to get the proportions right so it tastes good. I use a lot of kale because I view it as a “super-food”. Any very dark greens are good for things like this and it’s a great way to get little ones to get greens and other veg in their diets. We mostly do grain/gluten free meals although I am a cheater and eat pizza sometimes. I believe a paleo/primitive diet is good for MS as well as other health issues.