Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Scrambled Eggs Bruschetta



             Has anything ever sounded so good? I was driving one day and this recipe just
        came out of no-where. Thank goodness it did. How can you go wrong with eggs -
        topped with my all time favorite topping. Oh, and crusty french bread too. YUM.
        Please, go to the market and make these for breakfast, brunch or dinner.

                                                           Scrambled Eggs Bruschetta

        scrambled eggs ( done your favorite way ) I add a little cheese.
        french bread, sliced
        cherry tomatoes, cut
        fresh mozzarella, diced
        1 garlic clove
        basil
        1 tablespoon olive oil
        salt and pepper

      1) Slice bread and add butter to a pan and grill bread until lightly brown. "set aside"
      2) Cook your scrambled eggs.
      3) In a small bowl, add tomatoes, garlic, basil, salt, pepper and olive oil, mix.
      4) Place eggs and bread and top with tomato mixture.

72 comments:

  1. Whoa! You just put eggs on bruschetta. Seriously thinking you need to write a book soon on how to do awesome things even more awesome.

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  2. Yummy! I love eggs/bruschetta - the combination is sooooo good! I like to make this for brunch gatherings. I usually don't scramble the egg...but I like how it looks scrambled now that I see the photos..more color!

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  3. i should probably avoid your blog while i complete a 30 day juice fast! my stomach always grumbles when i come here <3

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  4. Yummy recipe. Now I know what to have for breakfast on Sunday!! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Oh em gee! This looks SO good! I want some ASAP :)

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  6. Genious idea!! So bright and fresh looking. I love breakfast at all times of the day. I might have to make these for dinner sometime very soon!

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  7. can i give out a double love! this looks awesome--

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  8. I guess it will be breakfast for dinner tonight!

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  9. You absolutely cannot go wrong. These brushettas look delicious.

    Velva

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  10. What a great idea! So pretty with the yellow and red:-)

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  11. Bruschetta for breakfast sounds like a plan to me any day! And they serve so well if you're having guests.

    Another one for the recipe books :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  12. Oh my! These look so delicious :) You're from So cal! So am I!!! I can't wait to try this.

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  13. Breakfast for dinner is my absolute fave! Along with a glass of Veuve : ) Cheers my friend!

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  14. What a fantastic idea! I love putting eggs on top of a baked potato...but as a bruschetta? Fantastic! Looks pretty too!

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  15. Yes Yes Yes, what a great idea for brunch too!

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  16. What a great idea, bruschetta in a favorite of mine, so adding eggs actually means that I can have it for dinner!

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  17. such a fun idea! looks delicious lady!!

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  18. I love this! French bread! Salute! You are brilliant!
    ~Lynne
    [w/L]

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  19. Looks soo good. Love your photography, too.

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  20. those are so cheery and bright!

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  21. Val, this not only looks great-I love your photography. Food can be so beautiful. Take care,

    Shauna

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  22. Once again...gorgeous pictures that make me hungry! Thanks Val - have never seen this before, hope you are having a great day!

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  23. You are a genius Val! I cannot wait to try this and love that it looks so simple and fresh. Your pics are stunning! :-)
    Vanessa

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  24. Your the genius girl. You made up this recipe, I did not make up burlap curtains. This looks awesome!!!!!!!!!!!

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  25. looks delicious! I would totally eat that... and I don't even like eggs!

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  26. What a great idea! Presentation is mouthwatering!

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  27. Well, you are right. Bread and eggs? How COULD you go wrong? I have been looking for a good breakfast idea- I am in a rut! Thanks!

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  28. Sooo cool! I'm saving this to show my mom. Thanks for sharing!!

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  29. Well that is a new one for me! Looks fab though. And your previous post...oh my!!

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  30. I am definitely a breakfast for dinner kind of girl! These look and sound fabulous and what a beautiful presentation! I can just feel the crunch of the bread in my mouth!

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  31. mmmm I'm craving breakfast now! Good thing since I'll be eating it pretty soon!

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  32. I am in love with this! I eat eggs almost every morning and will definitely be giving these babies a try soon.

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  33. This would be sooo perfect for brunch!

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  34. Loving the new blog design! This sounds amazing by the way!

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  35. Brilliant! Beautiful! Fun! Irresistible! Not Fair!

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  36. I love this idea Val! Putting this on my next party menu. :) xoxo

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  37. You've just given me an awesome idea for brunch this weekend! Thank you so much! And thanks for coming by! Have a great weekend x

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  38. Great idea! Beautiful photos - craving this now :)

    Leslie

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  39. That sounds so good. I could really use a snack right now too.

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  40. What a great idea! They're beautiful and look delicious.

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  41. They do sound delicious! What a wonderful idea and we do love our eggs :)

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  42. Whoa these are brilliant!! I'm so glad you thought of these too! Wonderful brunch item for playdates!

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  43. I'm so glad you put this up!! This looks amazing!!!

    -Cait

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  44. What a good idea! Your photos look great, Val!

    xo

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  45. How perfect would these be for a brunch!!!

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  46. These look divine!! I am going to have to make these for my son when he is home from college... they are totally right up his alley. Thanks for sharing. xoxo

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  47. Are you kidding me? This is so going to be dinner tonight...looks amaZING!

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  48. I would never think of this! This sounds divine.
    Thanks for sharing Val!
    x, Anna

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  49. Val, I love this! Guests would gobble this up in a second for brunch or just a lazy breakfast at home. Love it! Thanks for sharing this super creative idea. Have a nice weekend!

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  50. nice! this is such a great spin on the breakfast sandwich!

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  51. What a great and new idea for breakfast!! love it!

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  53. Love BRuchetta!!!!!

    AMAzing!

    http://thefashionhive.com

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  54. you cook amazingly! beautiful pics as well!

    kisses

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  55. Yum! This sounds perfect for brunch! I love scrambled egg-toast combinations.

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  56. Val, I could eat eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They're so versatile and your bruschetta is a prime example:) Delicious idea!

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  57. yum! can I do the weekend over again so I can have this on Sunday??? YUM. you do such a great job with presentation.

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  58. French bread with eggs, tomatoes and garlic is my kind of breakfast! Savory, healthy and oh so delicious.

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  59. oh my gosh how good does this look! thanks for sharing, i think I might make this for my birthday brunch. xo

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  60. Brilliant idea, so brilliant that I've no idea why no one had been clever enough to think of it before! A more sophisticated version of scrambled eggs on toast... yum!

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  61. of course this makes sense :) i'm bookmarking for when tomatoes come back in season.

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  62. Mmmm this looks good for brunch! I have your blog pulled up because I'm making your mac & cheese w/bbq chicken, and I keep getting sidetracked with different recipes!! You give me endless inspiration for the kitchen, Val!

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  63. I am SO going to make this for an event I have coming up. I can do the bread and tomato prep in advance and just scramble the eggs on site! Tasty!

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