Green Eggs


When the boys were little we had Green Eggs for breakfast everyday. I love this dish because it’s great to start the day with a nice dose of green vegetables, and the boys adore how bright these eggs are. Green Eggs are also amazing because they’re a fun food that doesn’t contain any dye, but they still have an electric green color!

Now that the boys are getting older, we still have Green Eggs often, and I make them every St. Patrick’s day so that we can start off the day in the spirit with some good green food!

When I make Green Eggs, I serve them with the Breakfast Sausage on page 31 of my book, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry and my Dark Rye Bread. If you’re doing a Whole30, these eggs are fantastic for breakfast, but please note, the bread is not a Whole30 recipe, as bread and other baked goods are not allowed on this diet.

Print Recipe
  1. Place eggs, kale, and salt in vitamix
  2. Blend on high until smooth
  3. Heat oil in 8 inch frying pan over medium heat
  4. Pour egg mixture in pan
  5. Cook eggs to your preferred doneness
  6. Serve

We love all the fun of St. Patrick’s Day. We also adore Purim which usually falls around the same time. Click here to check out my incredible gluten-free Raspberry Hamantaschen recipe.

Here are some other gluten-free paleo St. Patrick’s Day recipes!

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69 responses to “Green Eggs”

  1. I made your “rye” bread for the 1st time last week- great bread! Nice to have alternatives to bread that are not only GF but also yeast free. Thanks

  2. Sounds delicious, not sure I can handle the green color though! Can’t wait for your Hamantaschen though!! Made them the other day, and they were a huge hit (well the few that I did not eat myself were ;) YUM!).

  3. I’ve never had any type of green eggs, but ones made with kale seem right up my alley. ;-) Now I want green eggs and ham and my mint chocolate chip ice cream … although not together. LOL


  4. I now have Dr seuss in my head: “I do not like them, Sam I am!” A Fun St Pats recipe.

    p.s. I think a typo-serving with skinless “breakfast links”? :)

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