Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast Bagel

Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast Bagel

Do you have a favorite breakfast food? Mine is, WITHOUT A DOUBT, egg and cheese on a toasted everything bagel with hot sauce, salt & pepper. :) It’s my go-to on the weekends because bagels are literally my weakness. I love that breakfast sandwiches can be made up with so many different versions of your favorite type of eggs! Over here we have my Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast Bagel!

Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast BagelOkay, I know what you are thinking. Green eggs = ew. LOL and trust me, the concept may sound gross, but the product tastes delicious. I love loading my eggs up with veggies, especially spinach.  For me, getting veggies into my diet is hard… So I tend to go for the best solution: Blend it up and pretend like it’s not even there.

I actually got these eggs from my coworker!! She has so many chickens and they were laying eggs so she brought them into work! Is it weird that I’ve never had fresh chicken eggs? Haha. I mean… They were good though!!

Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast Bagel

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This egg recipe is basically a combination of eggs and pureed veggies. We use spinach, broccoli, onions, peppers, and tomatoes! When the veggies become a puree, you simply mix it with the eggs and you have a very healthy breakfast without even knowing it.

Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast BagelI think this recipe is actually PERFECT for those of you who have picky eaters in the family. Hiding veggies and making a fun looking recipe is KEY with children (or adults, if you are anything like me). If you want to skip the carbs, make it into an omelet, or even scrambled eggs! It will taste delicious regardless :)

Hope you guys enjoy this recipe and PLEASE continue tagging me in photos so I can see how yours turn out!!! xx

Servings: 4 people
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes

Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast Bagel


4 Everything Bagels, toasted
8 Eggs
½ cup spinach
¼ cup broccoli florets
½ tomato
¼ onion
1 jalapeno
½  bell pepper, diced small
4 slices of pepper jack cheese
4 slices of muenster cheese
2 tbsp butter

Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast BagelDIRECTIONS

  1. Add your spinach, broccoli, tomato, onion, jalapeno, salt and pepper to a blender. Add about 2-3 tsp of water and blend until puréed.
  2. Beat your eggs and add the puréed veggies directly into the bowl with the beaten eggs. Also, add the small diced bell peppers.
  3. Turn your pan on medium heat. Add about ½ tbsp of butter per each omelette you make. 
  4. Toast your bagels while eggs are being cooked.
  5. When omelette is cooked, fold it in half once, and then into a smaller triangle. Add sliced cheese on each side of the toasted bagel, and then add your eggs directly in the middle and close up.
  6. Serve with your favorite hot sauce and enjoy!

Breakfast is Served: Green Eggs & Cheese Breakfast Bagel

By Megha Patel

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5 Indo Caribbean Food Experts you Need to Know This Winter Season

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Curried Chicken with Roti Parata or Roti, popular Middle Eastern/Indian cuisine

It is officially that time of year—the holiday season. There’s nothing like Christmas and New Year’s in the West Indies. Between the pepperpot in Guyana and the palm trees decorated in lights in Trinidad, the home food, warm weather and laid-back ambiance makes us wish we could escape the cold and head back to the Caribbean. Most of us, however, cannot “take holiday” and find ourselves hungry for fresh dhal puri and doubles. But, thanks to these Indo-Caribbean food bloggers, we can bring the motherland to our kitchens.

1. Matthew’s Guyanese Cooking

From Diwali mithai specialties to curry chicken, Matthew is creating a name for himself as a young Guyanese food blogger. He makes a great effort to incorporate Hindu holidays and traditions on his Instagram account, in conjunction with the customary foods and sweets associated with these religious events. However, his expertise does not end there, with new and alternative recipes for classic dishes such as curry chicken and bhara, Matthew takes center stage sharing both traditional Guyanese dishes as well as specific religious dishes made for festivals. His most popular YouTube video, with 1.4 million views, features his grandmother and focuses on the best tips to make the softest Guyanese paratha roti. In addition, his YouTube account is home to many videos offering guidance to Indo Caribbean cooking. Find recipes at

2. Trini Cooking with Natasha

Natasha Laggan of Trini Cooking with Natasha is wildly popular throughout the Caribbean and the U.S. With humble beginnings, Natasha credits her love of food to her family’s business. She speaks of the nostalgia home food provides her as she reminisces memories of her grandmother’s cooking and helping her mother make sandwiches early in the morning. Featured by Forbes, Natasha grew her Facebook following quickly throughout the pandemic by posting old YouTube videos. Today, she has more than 1 million followers on Facebook and over 200K followers on YouTube. She uses her passion for cooking and Trinidadian culture to bring easy-to-follow recipes to viewers. Her following has now reached the West Indian diaspora globally as she has also become a brand ambassador to two well-known food companies.  Follow the food expert @trinicookingwithnatasha.

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3. Cooking with Ria

With over 100K followers on YouTube, Ria is quite the expert when it comes to making roti. Her dhal puri, sada roti and paratha roti tutorials have over 1M views! However, her expertise does not stop there. Of the 180 YouTube tutorials, her recipes vary from curry to other Trinidadian favorites like macaroni pie and pigtail soup. Just scrolling through her YouTube page makes your mouth water. From doubles to classic Trinidad bakes like pound cake and sweet bread, she provides precision and anecdotal commentary while guiding you through the familiarity of home food. Check out Ria’s page at @cookingwithria.


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4. Chef Devan

Known as Chef Devan, Devan Rajkumar embraces his Guyanese Canadian heritage by creating recipes combining flavors of both the East and West Indies. His love of food has allowed him to expand his role to judge in a popular Canadian cooking show: Food Network Canada’s Fire Masters. His cooking often blends the flavors of multiple cultures but also creates the classic recipes of his motherland. With a multitude of interests, Chef Dev uses his social media platform to connect with followers by sharing various aspects of his life that go beyond cooking. His most recent YouTube video provides a trailer for an upcoming video “Tastes Guyana” which shows him exploring Guyana from the inside, specifically deep parts of the inner country. To learn more about Chef Devan follow @chefdevan.


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5. Taste of Trinbago

Reshmi is the chef behind the growing blog, Taste of Trinbago. A Trinidadian native who now resides in Texas, she uses her love of food and Trinidadian culture to share hacks, tips and easy recipes with West Indians throughout the globe. She finds a way to simplify traditional West Indian meals, that we once watched our elders make with curiosity.  From holiday specialties like black cake to Diwali delicacies, Reshmi has brought vegetarian and non-veg recipes to followers in an extremely accessible way. She even posts recipe cards on her IG highlights for followers who may need written instructions. Her IG profile is a mix of various West Indian foods while also sharing bits of her life and even her secrets to baby food. Follow her @tasteoftrinbago.


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These are just five Indo Caribbean food bloggers sharing their secrets to easy cooking. The once very daunting recipes and food instructions our parents gave have been simplified by most of these bloggers through video, voice over and modernized recipes. We no longer have to estimate a “dash, pinch or tuk” of any masala. We are just days away from Christmas and this is the perfect time to find the best-suited recipe to make that paratha for Santa.

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