Sweet Breakfast Scramble

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Good morning, friends! Boy, do I have a delicious recipe for you!


When Mal and I returned home from our vacation on Tuesday morning, I was starving for breakfast, but there was hardly any food in the house. We had eggs, so I thought about making a two-ingredient pancake or “Oatmeal” Minus the Oats, but we didn’t have any bananas””only frozen ones in the freezer. I figured it couldn’t hurt to try making one of these recipes with a frozen banana, so I got a little creative. The end result was a Sweet Breakfast Scramble made with a frozen banana, eggs, leftover acorn squash, cinnamon, and vanilla extract. It probably sounds like a weird mix of ingredients, but it didn’t tasty egg-y at all. It was more of a sweet banana-cinnamon flavor!


Sweet Breakfast Scramble


  • 1 frozen (or regular) banana
  • 1 egg
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1/2 cup mashed squash (I used acorn squash; pumpkin would probably work too)
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Nut butter (optional)


  1. Microwave banana for 40 seconds to soften.
  2. Combine banana with eggs, squash, cinnamon, and vanilla extract; blend well.
  3. Coat skillet with melted coconut oil (or cooking spray) and pour in batter.
  4. Cook on medium heat until eggs are no longer runny; stir frequently.
  5. Eat with nut butter or your favorite toppings!

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I also drank a glass of Dandy Blend with almond milk with breakfast.

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Seaport’s First Annual “HOWL-O-WEEN” Party

I received an email about the Seaport’s First Annual “HOWL-O-WEEN” Party the other day and just had to share. It sounds like a ton of fun! I bet Murphy wants to go!

Celebrate Halloween in style with your favorite spooktacular pooch!

WHAT: Show off your your favorite four legged friend at the Seaport Hotel’s “HOWL-O-WEEN” Costume Party Saturday afternoon, October 27, 2012 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm.

Bring your costumed canine and relax with a cocktail or some autumn apple cider on Seaport’s boo-tiful TAMO Terrace!

This event is FREE and open to the public. Please RSVP via EVENTBRITE at:

Question of the Day

What’s your favorite way to use frozen bananas?

I have a freezer full of them, so I’d love to hear your ideas!

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