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Delicious Egg Scramble From Scraps Off My Balcony Garden

Life can be pretty chaotic! One of my favorite things about growing my own food is that if I have to add some greens or veggies to my meal I can just walk to the balcony and whip up a quick meal. So for lunch the other day, I made an omelet from literally eggs, leftover onions from yesterday’s meal, and some extra herbs and beet leaves. This recipe may seem like it is a bit all over the place but it tasted absolutely delicious and was literally made from scraps and extra clippings. In addition, this meal was loaded with nutrients & took no time!

Garden Omelette


  • 3 Eggs
  • Newton's Sassy Sauce Dallas Market Farmers Market Find
  • Beet Greens
  • 1/2 Red Onion
  • Mustard Spinach
  • Basil
  • Avocado Cooking Spray
  • Apple Bragg's Cider Vinegar
  • Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
  • Honey
  • Sea Salt


  1. Chop onions, beet leaves, basil, and mustard spinach.

  2. In a small dressing bowl mix extra-virgin olive oil, Apple Bragg's Cider Vinegar, honey, and sea salt.

  3. Spray pan with avocado cooking spray.

  4. Saute onions.

  5. Once onions are a little sautéed, add beet greens, and a little more avocado cooking spray.

  6. Scramble in eggs.

  7. Once the eggs are finished remove and plate. Add a little of Newton's Sassy Sauce to eggs (optional).

  8. Added a side of chopped mustard spinach, basil, and dress with the homemade dressing (optional).

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