Use this recipe to make scrambled eggs with very little effort. Serve them for breakfast or a light meal which is healthy, with very little added fat.



Makes 1 serve

  • 2 large eggs (50g)
  • 2 tablespoons of low fat milk
  • Cooking spray



  1. Whisk the eggs and milk in a bowl;
  2. Heat a non-stick fry pan over a medium heat;
  3. Spray the fry pan lightly with cooking spray;
  4. Add the eggs and cook for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally;
  5. Serve immediately;
  6. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Difficulty rating:Easy

Preparation time:2 minute
Cooking time:5 minutes

  • Add a handful of grated cheese for a tasty, calcium rich meal. Calcium is an important micronutrient for healthy teeth and bones which is found mainly in dairy products. Some people have increased calcium requirements including:
  • Serve with fresh whole grain bread for a light and healthy lunch that’s high in fibre. Fibre is an important micronutrient which is used by the gastrointestinal system to digest food;
  • Serve with maple baked beans for a hearty breakfast packed with protein for energy and vitamins and minerals to keep your body healthy.


Nutritional content:

Nutritional analysis per serve:

Energy 651.8 kJ
155.78 cal
Protein 13.81 g
Total fat 10.36 g
Saturated fat 3.50 g
Carbohydrates 2.04 g
Total sugars 2.04 g
Fibre 0 g
Sodium 145.70 mg
Cholesterol 369.80 mg
Potassium 159.90 mg


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