Sweet or Savory? Today, Fried Egg Kale Toast is on my mind.
If you’ve read my ‘About’ page, you’ll know that I’m a huge fan of sweets. Yes, I absolutely love anything or shall I say mostly anything sweet, within reason. As for breakfast, I always go for sweet rather than savory.
Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day because the possibilities are endless. The thought of hot pancakes, waffles, or muffins with blue agave drizzled over the top or a yogurt parfait layered with my favorite topping, or a chocolate chip scone with vanilla glaze just make my mouth water. These are the types of breakfast ideas that warm my soul.
I decided to switch things up a bit. Wow, I can’t even believe I’m going there, but I am. Change is good – right? Well today, I did the unthinkable, and I’m sure you know where I’m going with this. This morning, I went full-on SA-VOR-Y, and I was pleasantly surprised.
Again, these are one of those times in which I didn’t want to go to the store so that meant that I had to be creative and use what was already in my fridge. I knew I had plenty of eggs in the fridge, but I didn’t want just a plan ole egg because that’s boring. I wanted to spice things up just a bit without getting too creative at least this time. I also had a bunch of kale and sweet prairie bread that I purchased at Sprouts a few days ago. With those few ingredients, I decided to make fried egg kale toast, and it was really good. The prairie bread had just the right amount of sweetness. It took all of ten minutes to prepare this light breakfast on this beautiful Saturday morning. After lightly toasting a slice of prairie bread, and layering it with the fried egg with kale, I took my first bite without any hesitation and was hooked. Yes, it was quick, light, and rich in protein.
Health Benefits of Kale
Kale also known as a super food is one of the most nutritious vegetables to date. It’s part of the cabbage family and has leaves that are either curly, flat, green or even a hint of red. This beautiful leafy green vegetable is packed full of vitamins, minerals and has been known to have cancer fighting properties. Dana Gill, Editor-in-Chief of Healthy Line, has an in depth article on 26 Science-Backed Health Benefits of Kale.
This fried egg kale toast also makes a wonderful and nutritious sandwich. Pile on the veggies using romaine lettuce, a slice of tomato, and avocado or a spread of hummus for a quick, delicious, healthy, and budget-friendly breakfast, brunch or lunch. Give it a try today and if you like leave a comment down below. I would love to hear from you or any adaptations you made.
For other kale recipes try my Quinoa Roasted Corn Salad.
- 4 large eggs
- 1/4 tsp kosher salt
- 1/4 tsp white pepper
- 1/4 cup chopped kale plus more if you prefer
- 2 slices prairie bread lightly toasted
- extra virgin olive oil just a touch
- Add a little olive oil in sauce pan Saute kale just until it begins to wilt, set aside Lightly toast prairie bread, set aside In a different saucepan, spay lightly with cooking oil When pan is hot, crack open egg Season egg with salt and pepper Sprinkle saute kale over eggs Fry egg until desired consistency Place fried egg with chopped kale on top of toast Enjoy
Fry eggs two at a time depending on size of pan. You can also make into a delicious Fried Egg Kale Sandwich and pile on the veggies.
**Please note: Nutritional values serve as a guide only as values may vary.