Quick Easter Breakfast

April 13, 2017


Looking for a simple, protein-packed addition that’s easy to whip up for your Easter brunch? Try making soldiers! It’s one of our favourite quick and easy breakfast meals around here. (Especially loved by the Troy and Liam.) 

This is such a simple, fun breakfast for kids and adults. It’s an easy way to update your regular eggs and toast in order to make a special Easter breakfast. Use some pretty dishes and add a sparkling juice with a side of fruit, and you’ll have the prettiest quick and easy breakfast of all time! Wishing you all a very special Easter with your family and friends! And I hope this pretty breakfast inspired you to take out that pretty china to whip up a quick breakfast for a special weekend!  xo.

Easter Soldiers
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 5 minutes
Serves 2–4 people

2–4 farm-fresh large organic free run eggs
2–4 slices of fresh bread
Butter or ghee
Sea salt flakes for garnish

Place a griddle pan on medium heat. Slice your bread into “soldiers,” which is just a fancy word for long strips. Place some ghee or butter in the pan and toast up your slices of bread. Once toasted to your desired colour, set them aside on a plate.

Fill a medium sized pot with cold water. Place the eggs in the pot and bring the water to a boil. Reduce the heat to a simmer and set a timer for 3 minutes. When the time is up, immediately drain the water and run cold water over the eggs to stop the cooking (approximately 30 seconds).

Place eggs in egg cups and gently tap the shell with a spoon to remove the top part. Add a sprinkle of sea salt on the top for garnish.

Immediately serve the eggs with the soldiers as a part of your Easter brunch. They’re a fun, easy way to celebrate Easter weekend. Hoppy Easter, everyone!