Sweet Breakfast Scramble

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I’m the owner of Carrots ‘N’ Cake as well as a Certified Nutrition Coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P). I use macros and functional nutrition to help women find balance within their diets while achieving their body composition goals.


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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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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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  2. I just bought a big batch of butternut squash and don’t really know how to use it. Would it taste good in this scramble? or is the taste too different from acorn squash (I don’t eat a lot of squash other than zucchini so I am really not sure about taste). Thanks.

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  5. Just made this today! A few questions though: is this recipe one serving? It was too much food for me! 🙂 it tasted really good once I got past to way it looked! Also, mine got a little watery… Did I cook it too long? Oreads it because I used pumpkin maybe? Thanks!

    Your blog is one I follow and really enjoy it! I have gotten so much inspiration for a healthier lifestyle from you! Thanks SO much!

    1. Yep, it’s one serving. I eat a lot! 🙂 The pumpkin makes it a little watery, so you can use less, use a bigger banana, or add more egg whites.

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  8. I made this today without the banana (didn’t have any and sometimes the taste is a little overwhelming) and it was great! I like egg whites for breakfast and this recipe changes things up a bit. Sweet and yummy!

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  10. I love this mash up! Such yummy breakfast comfort food and has totally inspired me to use eggs/egg whites to satisfy my sweet cravings.

  11. I’m not going to lie I was quite skeptical!:) BUT it was so good! I actually used canned sweet potato cause thats all I had. I couldn’t finish the whole thing cause it was so filling. Thanks Tina!

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