I am always looking for exciting ways to spice up Breakfast and make it more enjoyable, breakfast is actually one of my least favorite meals of the day, I normally wake up late and am not wanting to spend a lot of time on breakfast but I recently heard about CleverFoodies’ Scramble’s which makes prepping a healthy and exciting breakfast super easy as well as tasty!
CleverFoodies’ Scramble’s are little containers that blend cooked veggies, spices, and other Flavors that allow you to easily prep flavorful scrambled eggs, omelets, and frittatas. They currently offer three different flavors, the first one is Leafy Greens which contains kale, tomatoes, onion, spinach, garlic, broccoli rabe, olive oil, sunflower oil, parsley, water, jalapeno, spices and citric acid. The second flavor is Rancheros which contains tomatoes, onion, bell pepper, black beans, sour cream, jalapeno, garlic, cilantro, sunflower oil, olive oil, oregano and citric acid. The last flavor is Mediterranean which contains tomatoes, onion, bell pepper, kalamata olives, parsley, garlic, basil, capers, sunflower oil, olive oil, oregano and citric acid. All three flavors provide you with around 5 servings and are 40 calories per serving. All three flavors are also non-GMO, gluten free, preservative free, vegetarian and high in nutrition.
I was sent all three flavors to try out!
I had a blasting trying all three flavors and love how convenient they are! They definitely made breakfast a little more enjoyable and makes eggs exciting! I am used to plain old scrambled eggs for breakfast but with these flavors you are in for a flavorful breakfast! My personal favorite was the Leafy Greens while my husband really liked the Rancheros. You can currently buy these products at supermarkets such as Publix, Super Target, Price Chopper, Shoprite, and more! They are located in the same area as eggs.
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