Scrambled Egg Nest (Dining Hall)

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This is a quick brunch idea for anyone running short on time! It incorporates some veggies and a little bit of egg for protein. Similar to my Bread Boat recipe, it tries to pack in many different flavors in a little “nest”. Click here if you want to check out the Bread Boat recipe!

My dining hall at Rutgers had an omelet line the day I decided to make this, so I simply brought the chef chopped vegetables (green peppers, onions, broccoli, mushrooms) to cook with the eggs and then broke up the omelet and placed some of it in a small bread roll. Alternatively, you could use scrambled eggs that your dining hall has already prepared!


1 tsp red pepper hummus

¼ cup kidney beans

1/3 cup scrambled eggs or omelette

2 tbsp of salsa

A little bit of shredded mozzarella cheese

  1. Cut a small bread roll in half and scoop out some of the bread from the inside. Don’t take out too much, otherwise the roll won’t be able to hold what will go inside.
  2. Spread the hummus onto the bread roll, then place the kidney beans inside. Put the scrambled eggs on top, then the salsa and cheese.
  3. Brunch? Done! ✓

3 thoughts on “Scrambled Egg Nest (Dining Hall)

  1. I will let you know!

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  2. Thank you so much! Lately I’ve been trying to create meals that can be made quickly but are also healthy! Let me know if you would like to see anything specific (salads,wraps,etc. 🙂

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  3. This is literally so creative! I’m so glad I found your blog – as a sophomore in college we sometimes need to use dining hall food and make some new, more delicious meals out of it.


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