Try my healthy version of a Green Eggs and Ham Recipe. It’s easy, it’s delicious and it brings a whole new flavor to scrambled eggs. This is a kid-friendly, family fun recipe with natural food coloring.
Healthy Green Eggs and Ham Recipe
It’s time to experiment!
Grab the picture book, Green Eggs & Ham by Dr. Seuss, and learn more about our friend Sam I Am. When you are finished, jump into the kitchen to check out my healthy version of a Green Eggs and Ham recipe that you can scramble up together. Remember, Sam was a picky eater…so, you just might give this recipe a thumb’s up to green eggs and ham just like Sam. But, you don’t know until you actually try it.
This recipe is a great way to build memories together and try something new all while squeezing in a few extra veggies along the way.
So, grab your blender a skillet and a spatula to get ready to blend, scramble and taste test this delicious and easy recipe.
- 1 cup baby leaf spinach
- 3 eggs, large
- 3 tablespoons milk
- 1/8 cup ham off the bone, finely diced
- ¼ teaspoon onion powder
- 1/8 teaspoon sea salt, fine crystals
- 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
- Non-stick cooking spray
Place the spinach, cracked eggs, milk, onion powder, sea salt and black pepper into a blender. Blend until the spinach is fine enough that you can’t see it and the mixture has turned green, but not to much that your mixture is super frothy.
Coat a frying pan with nonstick cooking spray. Heat the pan over medium heat. Add the diced ham. Add the egg mixture & cook the eggs and ham in a scrambled egg fashion until the eggs are fully cooked; firm, not runny.
Lessons for kids:
- Stove top safety
- How to crack an egg
- How to scramble eggs
- Dicing (note the ham can be diced with a butter knife for younger children)
- Knife safety
- Measuring ingredients
- Cooking temperatures
- Blending and blender safety
- Following directions
More Natural Food Dye Yum Fun! Want more blender fun with natural food coloring? Check out one of my all time favorites! It’s my Shamrock Fake Shake that’s actually the real deal. It’s less calories, creamy, rich and yes there’s spinach in the mix that you cannot taste. Oh, and it has just the right amount of minty flavor. Grab the recipe below to blend and enjoy…
A special shout out: Thank you to some of our favorite friends at SaratogaMama.Com that joined us for the photoshoot for this post!