How to make the best creamy scrambled eggs! Use this method to make the best soft, creamy, flavorful, fluffy, custardy scrambled eggs. Serve on bagels, a croissant or as a side with oatmeal and fruit! Be sure to watch the recipe video too!
Make a breakfast sandwich with bagels or a croissant
Top them on a biscuit or English muffin with avocado
Serve as is with bacon and fresh fruit
Use a nonstick skillet: It’s very important that it’s non stick so the eggs don’t stick to your pan.
Cook the eggs low and slow:low and slow is best. The eggs might not look like they are cooking, but they are!
Stir in cream off heat: Taking the eggs off of the heat and stirring in the cream is key to preventing dry, overcooked scrambled eggs.
Smaller portion: If you make a smaller portion with less eggs, be sure to use a smaller non-stick skillet. You don’t want a huge pan for only a couple eggs.
Use pushing and folding motions with the spatula instead of vigorous motions.
How to enjoy them: Pile these soothing and comforting creamy scrambled eggs on toast, on a breakfast sandwich or serve solo! You will love the creaminess and delightful depth of flavor of these creamy eggs.
Make the cream sauce: In a small sauce pan over medium heat, melt 1 Tbsp. butter and whisk in the flour and chicken bouillon until somewhat smooth. Gradually whisk in the milk and heat until thickened, about 1 minute. Set aside.
Grab a nonstick skillet. It's very important that it's non stick so the eggs don't stick to your pan.
Pour the eggs directly into the skillet and place the butter in the pan (do not whisk them first). Turn the burner on to medium heat and being to stir the eggs.
Once the eggs become slightly thickened and you notice small curds (about 1 minute), turn the heat to low. Remember: low and slow is best. The eggs might not look like they are cooking, but they are!
Stir continuously with a rubber spatula. Start to push and fold the eggs around until larger curds form.
Once the eggs no longer look runny, add in the cream sauce and optional crème fraîche.
Remove from the heat and gently fold cream into the eggs. (Taking the eggs off of the heat before you need to is key to preventing dry, overcooked scrambled eggs).
Add chives and season with salt and pepper. Plate and enjoy! YUM!
If you make a smaller portion with less eggs, be sure to use a smaller non-stick skillet. You don’t want a huge pan for only a couple eggs.Use pushing and folding motions with the spatula instead of vigorous motions. Recipe inspired by taste of home.
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