March 2, 2018

Green Eggs and Ham Omelet for Dr Seuss Day!

Today, March 2, is Dr Seuss Day and in honor of the amazing author we all love my kiddos and I decided we should have breakfast for dinner! Green Eggs and Ham is our traditional meal on this fun day but I decided to make it extra special by making an extra fluffy, cheesy omelet for my girls to share!
Check out the recipe below along with a few flashback pics from Dr Seuss Birthday celebrations 
from the years past. 
 
 
Oh my little babies! This was 2016 reading our favorite Dr. Seuss stories.
My sweet little Stella when she was just a tiny thing!
 Last year we had a green eggs and ham lunch and story with Daddy on his lunch break.
Love these memories! 
Last year's open faced ham and sunny side green egg sandwich.

Ingredients: 

Makes one large omelet



  • 3 eggs
  • 2 tbsp milk
  • 1/4 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded
  • 1/3 cup {about 2 slices}deli ham, chopped
  • 4-5 drops green food coloring
  • non stick spray
  • additional cheese, for topping

Directions:


  1. In a medium bowl add eggs and milk and whisk until beaten.
  2. Add food coloring and stir until completely green. Set aside.
  3. Heat a large skillet over medium heat. 
  4. Coat with non stick spray.
  5. Once the skillet is hot add the beaten egg mixture and cook, tipping pan to cook eggs, until halfway cooked and sides start to rise from the pan.
  6. Sprinkle on ham and cheese then fold half of the omelet over.
  7. Gently flip over with a spatula and cook the rest of the runny egg then slide onto a plate.
  8. Sprinkle with additional cheese and serve warm. 

In a medium bowl add eggs and milk and whisk until beaten.
 Add food coloring and stir until completely green. Set aside.
Pour egg mixture into a greased medium skillet heated over medium heat.
Tip pan to cook eggs, until halfway cooked and sides start to rise from the pan.
 Add chopped ham.
Then top with shredded cheese. 
 Fold the omelet in half and gently flip over with a spatula.
Cook the rest of the runny egg then slide onto a plate.
 Sprinkle with additional cheese and serve warm. 

Story time after dinner! 
The girls get a kick out of eating the meal from the book every year!
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5 comments:

  1. THIS IS SO CUTE!!! I love that story and can't wait to read it to my little one. I will definitely make her green eggs and ham!

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  2. What a fun omelette and a great time celebrating Dr. Suess!

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  3. i will definitely work on the green eggs part (vidya)

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  4. this is seriously adorable! making asap for my babies

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  5. This will certainly make the little ones want to eat more and healthier!

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