Add deliciousness to your holiday season menu with recipes like spinach and eggs that include French fried onions. Green bean casserole with French’s crispy fried onions is often served as a holiday dish.
Crispy onions make good toppings on breakfasts. Your breakfast guests will love this french fried onions twist with spinach and eggs.
Add the French Fried Onion Spinach and Eggs breakfast recipe to your holiday menu. I do love French’s Crispy Fried Onions and often keep a can of them on hand. Besides the much-loved green bean holiday casserole, crispy fried onions taste delicious in breakfast recipes as well.
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Simple to Make
Simple to make for breakfast (or any other time, I prefer cooking this spinach and egg dish on my electric griddle. Incredibly delicious! You can, of course, leave the French fried onions off and serve just the scrambled eggs with spinach.
Increase the Ingredients to Serve a Crowd
Although this recipe is for one serving, you can increase the ingredients to serve a crowd as well. Just add more of all the ingredients. Double the size for two, quadruple for four, etc.
Add a Side of Potatoes and Onions for a Crowd
Fried potatoes and onions makes a filling side dish along with spinach and eggs whether for your family or a crowd. Pattycakespantry.com has an easy recipe for this southern dish.
Best Cooking Appliance for Scrambled Eggs
The best cooking appliance for scrambled eggs in my kitchen is the electric griddle. Don’t have a griddle? You can just as easily cook this recipe in a cast iron pan or any other skillet.
My electric skillet looks different than this one, but I like that warming drawer…
I like using the electric griddle because I can cook food without it sticking. I’ve come to the conclusion that my pans and cooking appliances take on their own personalities. And I dislike cooking in a pan where food sticks.
But not so on my precious griddle. I baby that appliance. Let me tell you why.
Sentimental Cooking Appliances
I have a few sentimental cooking appliances that I haven’t let go of. For instance, my dad went Christmas shopping one evening with my daughter and me at Walmart. He purchased an electric griddle for a Christmas present and bought me one, too.
My mother had died earlier in the year, and this was our first Christmas without her. Christmas shopping just wasn’t the same. I don’t know if my dad had ever purchased a griddle in his life until then.
I took that griddle home and have loved cooking with it ever since. My dad is gone now, too. And although the griddle will never take the place of my parents, it makes me think of shopping with Dad.
This griddle looks similar to this:
Here’s the French Fried Onion Spinach & Eggs recipe:
French Fried Onion Spinach & Eggs
Spinach and eggs with a yummy crunchy toppings
- 1 tbsp Coconut Oil
- 2 cups Fresh Organic Spinach
- 2 Eggs
- 1/2 cup Grated Cheddar Cheese
- 1 can French Fried Onions
Saute spinach in the coconut oil on a griddle.
Add the eggs and scramble.
Add the cheese.
Top with French Fried Onions.
More Recipes with Crispy Fried Onions
Other than in a green bean casserole, try crispy fried onions in different dishes such as Bacon Green Bean Casserole.
Your kids may love the spinach and eggs with the crunchy onions on top, but include pancakes. No doubt, your kids are like my grand littles and want to start eating before the pancakes are all done. When cooking with an electric griddle, the kids don’t have to wait because several pancakes are done at once.
Check out the different pancakes below that I like to make for my grandchildren.
Make peanut butter pancakes:
I made these for my grandkids during a Christmas holiday. When I make peanut butter pancakes for them, they don’t even want syrup.
The kids in your family who love blueberries and pancakes may like this fun blueberry pancake foldover:
You can keep it simple as well and make pancakes with blueberries, no folding over.
I’ve mentioned several options of breakfast sides to go along with the scrambled eggs and spinach. Make the big breakfast with eggs, potatoes and onions, and pancakes. Otherwise, do a simple and easy breakfast with only the eggs and spinach topped with the French fried onions or make pancakes.
Whatever you decide, you’ve got to try the scrambled eggs with spinach and crunchy fried onions. They are delicious.