the blog gets taken over!

Stevie Y

Special guest Stevie Y (yes he’s a cat!) taking over the blog to bring you yet another breakfast recipe!

When making Eggs Benedict, you are left with egg whites from the previous breakfast. Eggs are a big part of mornings in this household for the humans it seems – I have been known to take the mini human’s eggs when she isn’t looking.

Anyways, here is what was used;


  • 3 egg whites and 1 large egg
  • Diced ham
  • Shredded marble cheese
  • 1/2 diced tomato
  • 1/3 diced green pepper
  • Cheesy hash brown potatoes for a side (fried up in a pan)

First heat a non-stick pan on med-high. Take your additives (tomato, pepper and ham) and dice them… or do as the lady in charge does and just crudely chop until you’re content (I don’t even think She uses the correct knives).


Crack 1 egg into the egg whites and add half an eggshell of water. Beat that with a fork. Preheat another pan on medium for the hash browns.


When pan is heated, add about 1/4 of the egg mixture into the pan and let the egg harden a bit before adding the yummy ingredients, except for the cheese. Sometimes I just sit there and watch until She gives me something or tells me to go away. Apparently I’m “too involved” sometimes and have no boundaries with personal space – It’s all lies!

stevie grocery bags


Look at that om-nom omelet cooking!


Lower the temp, add the cheese and fold the omelet over. While that is finishing up add the hash browns to the other pan and fry them up.


folded omelet


While the hash browns are frying, you can start your second omelet. Remove and plate the first omelet and add another 1/4 of the egg mixture to the pan, repeat previous steps and plate again. I watched from a safe distance this time as She seems to like me better at a distance when she’s cooking.


Plate all omelets and if you are the big one, add hot sauce of some sort. Eat, enjoy, if you are Her, share with your child. Then let me lick the plate (I grew up with a dog, what do you expect?)

Learn more about Stevie Y {here}


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