If you haven’t read it enough, my children are super picky eaters. And of course they can all be picky about the same things. One only eats cheese, one only eats pepperoni, and one only eats the cheese pizza after she picks off the pepperoni and it’s it first. The differences could run all the way around the world; twice. But they do share one common similarity between them and Hubs. Diva, Bug and Hubs hate eggs. SB and I love them.
One morning I made myself scrabbled eggs. Added in a bunch of goodies and sat down to eat. Then the vulture attacked. She ate all my eggs, with all my goodies. So I decided to make her some. Finally! Someone has my tastes! So I “slaved” over a hot stove and made her scrabble eggs loaded with goodies. Served them up and she just stared at them. Refused to eat them and broke my fragile little momma heart. Feeling defeated, I gobbled down the second batch. So sad, I know.
The she started crying. Why for young toe-head of mine? You refused the best eggs ever and I was forced to eat them. Sign. They were so good!
So I decided to try an experiment. I made the eggs again. This time the easy way. And the little stinker ate them.
Here’s what I did. Hold on, because it might get confusing
First I cracked an egg into a microwaveable coffee mug (you can use any microwave save dish).
Then I whisked them in the same cup with a fork.
Next, microwave for 45-50 seconds. Each microwave varies. You just don’t want to blow up your egg or serve it raw.
And complete! Lastly, I just dump it into a bowl for the kid and cut it up.