Back-to-School Breakfast Scramblet Recipe

By Shannon Gurnee
In Food
August 25, 2014
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The summer is coming to an end and it’s time for the kids to go to back to school.  That means waking up early and making sure the kids are ready for school, their lunches are packed and they’ve eaten breakfast.  While I would love to make them eggs, pancakes and sausage every morning before school, it just doesn’t happen.  Often times, weekday mornings become somewhat rushed and I’m just doing my best to make sure everyone gets out the door with everything they need for school on time.  How would you like to “hack” the morning time so everything went more smoothly?  One of my favorite morning hacks is the Breakfast Scramblet Recipe I make sometimes.

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You’re probably wondering why it’s called a Scramblet.  The Scramblet came about when I continued trying to make an omelet and it kept breaking apart.  I would usually end up just mixing all the ingredients together – that was when the “Scramblet” was created!  I love the Breakfast Scramblet because it can be eaten the morning it’s made, as well as on the following days.  It can be eaten by itself or put in an English Muffin sandwich or in a tortilla.  Here’s how to make the Breakfast Scramblet Recipe.  Johnsonville makes it super easy to make the Breakfast Scramblet Recipe because they are already fully cooked and can be ready to eat in 30 seconds (if heated in the microwave).  Johnsonville Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage is available in three varieties: Original Recipe, Vermont Maple Syrup and Turkey (70% less fat).

BREAKFAST SCRAMBLET RECIPE

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INGREDIENTS:

– 10 eggs
– salt
– pepper
– 2 tbsp butter
– 1 cup cheese
– 1 pkg Johnsonville Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage Link (any flavor)

DIRECTIONS:

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1 – Heat up the Johnsonville Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage Links in the microwave (30 seconds) or on the stovetop (10 minutes).  I like to use the stovetop and then cut the sausage links in the pot.  It makes it easy to keep it all in one spot and add the egg mixture in. 

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2 – Mix together the eggs in a bowl.  Scramble with salt and pepper to taste.

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3 – Add butter to pan with sausage.  Once melted, add the egg mixture and shredded cheese.  I like to use the Mexican Cheese mixture.  Mix until egg is completely cooked.  Serve and enjoy!

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Shannon Gurnee (formerly Shannon Gosney) is the author of The Mommy-Files, a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

37 Responses to “Back-to-School Breakfast Scramblet Recipe”

  1. Debra says:

    What a great and easy breakfast option. Breakfast is a must for my kids, especially before school so they have a good start to the day.

  2. Liz Mays says:

    That would go over quite well at my house too. It looks tasty and would fill a belly up nicely!

  3. Lisa says:

    Now that’s my kind of breakfast! I bet you could make the mix up the night before and have it ready in the fridge too!

  4. This looks so amazing! Thank you for sharing! I’m gonna make this sometime soon!

  5. Jenn says:

    This looks like something we’d enjoy on a Saturday morning, or a lazy Sunday. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    That sounds SOOOO good. Things like that go over really well in our house.

  7. Pam says:

    I can never keep my omelettes together! I need to try your scramblet recipe!

  8. Jaime says:

    This would be great for my son and husband. It looks simple to make, and so filling.

  9. Mmm, I love the maple syrup sausage! We are big breakfast people around here!

  10. Krystal says:

    The maple syrup ones sound so good. Love cooking breakfast on the weekend!

  11. I really want to give kiddo a protein filled breakfast so she will feel so much better than if she had a bowl of sugary cereal. School starts next week so I am meal planning.

  12. This scramblet looks so delicious! It’s definitely a breakfast thing that would be easy for me to make and I would enjoy very much.

  13. Nicole Brady says:

    Thanks for the idea! My daughter has been asking for fried eggs for breakfast because she gets hungry mid-morning when she eats cereal. This will be a nice alternative for her before school.

  14. This is the perfect recipe for a morning breakfast in my family. With three kids, a one pot meal is perfect for me.

  15. I love this recipe! Breakfast foods are my absolute favorite, and I LOVE a good skillet.

  16. Courtney says:

    This is a great, one pot meal. Tasty and easy breakfast for me and the family? I love it!

  17. Amber C. says:

    Oh my gosh that looks so yummy! We are guilty of skipping breakfast at my house cause it can be so time consuming but this looks super fast and easy! Can’t wait to try it!

  18. Breakfast IS the most important meal of the day! This looks delicious!

  19. Debbie Denny says:

    Sounds great. Looks really tasty.

  20. I have never thought about doing a quick omelet before school! Great way to add more protein!

  21. I love sausage and this looks like a breakfast my kids would LOVE! Thanks for sharing.

  22. That looks so yummy!! I would take some right now!!

  23. That looks like my kind of breakfast. We make huge breakfasts on the weekends, when everyone is home.

  24. Brett says:

    love the “scramblet” idea. that’s how many of my omelets end up too!! we LOVE sausage with eggs around here!! YUM

  25. I need to try something like this for breakfast. I can barely get my daughter to eat breakfast most mornings. Maybe she would it something like this.

  26. Melinda says:

    their maple is my favorite flavor. we have it every weekend for family breakfast

  27. Laura says:

    My kiddos love eggs. I have ventured into making frittatas lately, but this would be great for a Sunday morning brunch.

  28. Christie says:

    YUM! I love any type of egg recipe. With sausage, I’m totally sold!

  29. Looks yummy! What an awesome back to school recipe.

  30. I love quick and easy meals. We don’t always have the time to always cook.

  31. Chrysa says:

    Love quick & easy meals! Thanks for sharing this and we’ll have to add it to our menu plan.

  32. I have never thought to cut up the sausage links and mix them in. My kids would love for me to make this.

  33. This might actually make my son AND daughter happy! They can never agree on breakfast.

  34. Mary says:

    Now I really want some breakfast scrambles! This looks absolutely delicious.

  35. Debbie Welchert says:

    This sounds and looks delicious. It would be a nice surprise breakfast or dinner for my family.

  36. Richard Hicks says:

    Looks very appetizing and a great way to start the day off

  37. David Fultner says:

    That looks like my kind of breakfast. We make huge breakfasts on the weekends, when everyone is home.

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