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Savory Scrambled Eggs

Savory Scrambled Eggs recipe
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Ordinary scrambled eggs become extraordinary when cream cheese is added, melting into the eggs as they cook for a special savory flavor.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
7/17/2006
I made this over the weekend for my in-laws and they loved it. I thought it was way too much cream cheese, I'm not sure if it's because I used the whipped stuff but I used the same amount and it was too creamy, my eggs were very soggy. I'm not so sure I would make this again. But on the other hand my mother in-law loved it and she took the recipe home with her.
posted:
5/16/2006
As someone who only knew how to make scrambled eggs by cracking a few and stirring them up in the pan lol, I wanted to find a quick easy way to add a dash of "gourmet" to them. I found this recipe and thought it was very strange that they had you put cream cheese in them, but I gave it a whirl and my family LOVED them!! I have since been begged to make "those GOOD scrambled eggs", several more times. It definately made it into the family breakfast staple. We love them! :)
posted:
2/25/2006
its creamy eggs in the morning with a cup of coffee with milk. its a good morning breakfast.
posted:
2/19/2006
I made this a one serving size meal and I used the microwave. It was really easy to do, but I didn't really notice too much of a change. The flavor reminded me of fast food eggs, which can be good but nothing special. I think it's maybe because I used my microwave, which didn't let the cream cheese liquify all the way and probably cooked my eggs too much. I also left out the butter. Still good eggs, though.
posted:
2/18/2006
This is a good change for basic scrambled eggs, but only good for cream cheese lovers... I tried to slip it by my husband (he dislike cream cheese) and somehow, he was able to tell - although he wasn't thrilled about this recipe. I LOVED IT! However, I modified it slightly, I only use 4 whole eggs w/4 egg whites, and 1/3 reduced fat cream cheese and increased the pepper amount to 1/4 tsp (I love pepper!) It still tasted really good but I'm sure the recipe just "as-is" is probably even better! I recommend to those of you that love cream cheese (seems it's got lots of it!).
posted:
2/16/2006
These eggs are great! Definately a nice change from regular scrambled eggs. The only thing I did differently was instead of melting the butter, I just added some cold butter chunks to the mixture. Works just as well, and saves you the trouble of microwaving it!
posted:
2/3/2006
I have made this recipe at least once each weekend since I first tried it! Very easy to make and delicious!
posted:
1/14/2006
It is pretty good the cream cheese gives a different taste to just normal scrambled eggs.... given more time on my hand served with bacon or sausage or canadian bacon would add something to it! I think would moved it up to a very good or even superb rating... I just had toast available.
posted:
1/9/2005
I made this for my family and they absolutely loved it! We always make basic scrambled cheese eggs, and found this to be a great and yummy change.
posted:
1/7/2005
I loved this eggs. It's different than your ordinary traditional scrambled eggs. Very easy to make. My husband & children liked it.
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