The Best Eggs You’ll Ever Have

I really wanted to say the D word O_O

No, this isn’t becoming a best foods series. These are literally just the best eggs you’ll ever have.

One day when I was hanging out with my friend, I started making these eggs and asked her if she wanted some. She replied that she didn’t really like eggs. I just smiled to myself because these are no ordinary eggs. When I had finished preparing them and piled them onto my plate she just gaped at them. Then very casually asked if she could try a bite of them. She said they were so good she had changed her mind about not wanting any so I scooped half of them onto a new plate for her and we both gobbled them up.

Believe it or not, I could live on eggs. Eggs and Mexican food. I’m pretty positive I was hispanic in my previous life. That being said, my dad makes THE best eggs in the world. I once dated a guy who made eggs for me that were so terrible I actually sat there at his table (with the eggs) thinking to myself, “this isn’t going to work out” Hahaha, that’s not very nice but it wasn’t the only thing though; he was pretty much past his three strikes already. ):

1. For AJ and I, 4 eggs is perfect. If I’m feeling really hungry I’ll make 5 so I’m not stingy when I’m sharing with the Gooch.

2. Beat the eggs in a bowl and then add about a cup of milk. Roughly 1/4 cup per egg. Sometimes I don’t measure it though and judge it by the color instead. (The more milk the more moist they stay)

3. Set a skillet on the stove, turn the heat up to medium, and drop a slice of butter in the pan.

4. Once the butter is melted, not brown yet, pour in the egg mixture.

5. Let the eggs cook until they’re starting to slightly clump up. Stir them around and add some salt and pepper. Turn the heat down to low/medium and let them cook a little longer.

6. Now the trick is to add the cheese when they’re not quite done yet. If they’re already done when the cheese is added then by the time it melts they’re overcooked. It’s best to sprinkle the cheese on when the eggs are about 90% solidified and still moist. Then place a lid on top and turn the heat down to the lowest setting.

7. Let them simmer about 5 minutes. This depends on whether the lid goes on at 80 or 90% done (:

8. When the cheese is awesomely melted, scoop them onto a plate and top with your favorite garnishes.

9. Yum! I’m starving for some already!

**These are actually my favorite posts to do. Out of all the hair, fashion, beauty, makeup, and continuous stream of videos, these are my favorite. Why? When I’m cooking or baking and burning things or frantically setting everything up for the pictures it’s a rush of adrenaline, panic, and stress but when I get that perfect shot or sit down to my computer and scroll through all the pictures deciding which ones to use, there’s this feeling of accomplishment that rolls over me; an overwhelming satisfaction for the work I’ve done. These are the most time consuming posts but they make the rest of the blogging all worth while (:


  1. April 10, 2013 / 9:56 PM

    that looks really good! a much different take on scrambled eggs.
    i love these kinds of posts too, but for me the hardest part is trying to get my recipe done in time so i still have natural light left to snap the shots. normally my food is done when it’s dark out so they look awful a lot of the time. what’s your trick, lady?! yours always look nice.

  2. April 10, 2013 / 5:08 PM

    Oh I will be trying these soon! I still make breakfast burritos and beans the way you taught me!

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