The photos look great too. An added bonus is that the scrambled eggs make this dish easily scaleable for when you're feeding a crowd – so say hello to a stress free brunch with family and friends! x. It’s a revelation, right? So true, we define ‘success’ way too narrowly. Cook until cheese is browned to your liking and egg white starts to set, 3 to 5 minutes more. Hello! Transfer to a blender and puree until smooth. I just made this recipe for my super cute little sister’s breakfast. All rights reserved. If you made the recipe, please choose a star rating, too. Thank you! Put the bread onto a hot grill pan and grill cut-side down over high heat. Toast a piece of bread in your toaster (or you can use the same pan once your eggs are done) As butter melts, crack an egg into a tall glass and whisk with a fork until fully mixed Add chopped scallions to this egg … Glad to hear that you’re feeling better :). Keep doing what you love. I skipped yoga for the entire week. of goat cheese over each piece of toast. It was one of those weeks. Plus it makes you seem extra fancy, without really needing to try. Hope you loved your breakfast, if you got a chance to try it! and of course cookie :), I’m glad to hear it! Just my kind of food. Now that the house is tidied up and I have enough clean socks to get through the next few days– I get the feeling that this week will be a bit less…random. It’s super simple and ready in ten minutes. And I really, really enjoyed the two articles you mentioned. This is my ideal breakfast the pictures look so lovely and fresh. I love how simple this is – gorgeous seasonal and fresh flavours. Anyways, your blog is a continual inspiration and I love your posts!! I haven’t felt so hot for the past few days, so I noticed. I am usually home alone at lunch time, and I am always looking for simple meal like this. Place the goat cheese in a bowl. It's a breakfast or brunch fit for a queen (or king). If I take a nap, I’m a total mess for the rest of the day. So simple and delicious! Notes:Cook your eggs on the lowest heat your stove will allow. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Affiliate details ». I love the idea of combining fresh spring peas with that beautiful runny egg yolk–so good. Once the onion is soft (~5 minutes), reduce heat to low. I love this recipe! Prepare your egg(s) as desired. I like to use goat cheese on bagels instead of cream cheese at times. that is why i love your blog so much. Heat a pot over medium high heat. If you’re planning to fry your egg, sprinkle your cooked peas onto the goat cheese and gently press down on the peas so they stick. Thankfully the chaos did mean getting a chance to catch up with a couple friends in town. Once the water is boiling, drop in the peas and cook until crisp-tender, about 90 seconds. It totally was. Yes, yes! I can completely relate. Mix with a spoon until well incorporated. Yes! Once the water is boiling, drop in the peas and cook until crisp-tender, about 90 seconds. I loved Zosia’s piece – thank you so much for sharing. Goat cheese and spring-y notes, yes please! But she hates peas so I prepared it without peas. I plan on making this soon, along with your veggie English muffin sandwich. This cheese is great for spreading on toast or crackers – and if you're looking for a great excuse to eat salad, crumble some on top and dig in. And you know what? Stonefruit, Summer, Spring, Party, 10 Ingredients or Less, Nuts, Coconut, Ice Cream, Summer, Spring, Maple Syrup, 10 Ingredients or Less, Scrambled Eggs & Herbed Goat Cheese Toast, Zucchini Fritters with Lemon-Dill Yogurt Sauce. And frankly, it could hold its own for dinner as well. I need so many more easy meals like this in my life. But last week's self wasn't buying it: the trip across town was absolutely necessary. Great minds think alike! Chop dill and chives and add to the goat cheese. First prepare the herbed goat cheese. Remove the grilled bread and spread the top of the bread with the goat cheese. Our free email newsletter delivers new recipes and special Cookie + Kate updates! I went to law school and practiced for a few years and sometimes I feel like I’m “selling myself short” by trying to get this little blog of mine up and running. This is what I have every morning : ). Your comments make my day. Paige, thank you! Toast your bread. I’m going to keep this post short, but here’s some recommended reading that has gotten my wheels spinning lately: Zosia Mamet on Why She Won’t Lean In, Thanks and Kate Arends on Staying Sane on the Internet.