Green Eggs and Ham for Breakfast

Most kids love the Dr Seuss books….

So what could be better to make them for breakfast than green eggs and ham?  And this breakfast is a great way to get your kids to eat some green veggies as well…. (Actually, this was what I made hubby for his breakfast this morning, I didn’t make it for the kids but they love it as well)

Whole eggs are an AIP stage 2 reintroduction.  When reintroducing foods on the AIP, I recommend this guide.

Green Eggs and Ham

serves 1


2 slices of thick cut ham (I used some leftover ham from one I had cooked using my boiled ham recipe)

2 eggs

1 big handful of spinach leaves

a pinch of ground nutmeg

salt and freshly ground black pepper

1 tsp fat of your choice (I usually use either butter or bacon fat for this)


Put a small skillet on over a medium-high heat and put the ham slices in it.  The aim is to heat it through and slightly brown the outside.  It will only take a couple of minutes on each side.

Get your blender out and put the eggs, spinach, nutmeg  and salt and pepper in it.  Blend until it is smooth.

Melt the fat in a small pan, tip in the eggs and stir until it is scrambled but still slightly creamy.  Don’t overcook it.

Serve the eggs along side the ham.

And there you have it – Green eggs and ham!

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