Getting Egg-cited for Breakfast

March 18, 2019


Who’s ready to get egg-cited about breakfast? We are! This delicious, healthy, and locally-sourced dish will leave you happy to be up at the crack of dawn. Start your day with Spinach Scrambled Eggs, and read on to learn about the benefits of this egg-cellent recipe.



Eggs are full of vitamins and nutrients that work to raise good cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. Eggs are also great for eye health!



Milk has a wide variety of nutrients including vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, antioxidants, and protein. Milk excellent for bone health and promotes muscle repair.



Spinach is packed with vitamins and minerals, is low in carbs, and is high in fiber. Spinach improves eye health, lowers blood pressure, and reduces the risk of developing heart disease or diabetes. 

Food produced locally is more nutritious. This is because food contains the most nutrients around the time it is harvested. The longer food spends traveling, the less nutrition it contains. Less time traveling also means less exposure to harmful chemicals and less production of greenhouse gasses. What a tasteful way to decrease our carbon footprint!


Find ingredients for Spinach Scrambled Eggs and more at Anderson’s Farm MarketThe Local Food Market, or through a CSA share at Main Street Farms. Check out the healthy and delicious recipe for Spinach Scrambled Eggs below.


Spinach Scrambled Eggs





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