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This quick and easy breakfast is perfect for familys on the go!

 

I don’t know how things are in your home, but in our family weekday mornings can be just a little bit hectic.  And while there are many things that contribute to the chaos, at the top of our stressor list is the task of making breakfast our kids will actually eat!

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Great family meals don’t have to be complicated. This mini cookbook serves up 10 easy meals, each only requiring 5 ingredients or less

Luckily, these gluten free breakfast nachos come together with just 5 ingredients, are a fun alternative to plain old scrambled eggs and can be made for 1 person or 10. We even made a fun little video to prove how simple this meal is!

And here are the step by step instructions.

Here is what you need:

1 bag tortilla chips
4-6  large eggs
1 8oz. bag shredded cheese
1 jar salsa
1 4 oz. container sour cream

Step 1: Fill two bowls with tortilla chips, then set aside.

Step 2: Spray pan with cooking spray, then beat 4 eggs. Mix well and add to warmed pan.

Step 3: Cook until eggs are done. Split cooked eggs over tortilla chip.

Step 4: Top with salsa, shredded cheese and a dollop of sour cream.

Step 5: Serve along side some fresh fruit and enjoy!

Breakfast Nachos | Gluten Free Breakfast | Fun Breakfast Recipe | Kid Friendly Breakfast Recipe | 5 Ingredient Recipe

12 Comments

  1. Anita
    April 26 at 07:13AM

    I mean, seriously?
    Nachos for Breakfast?
    Overnight oats are perfect for children.
    I make a big pot in the evening where I mix milk, oats and some fruit mash (mostly apples, that I have been throwing in the mixer) and put it in the fridge.
    In the morning I just have to put a ladle full in a bowl.
    Its much healthier.
    And my children eat 2-3 days from it.
    They eat it since they eat complementary food and love it.

  2. April 26 at 07:28AM

    Anything that allows me to eat nachos for breakfast is a win. These look great! They’re easy and don’t require a ton of work in the morning.

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  3. April 26 at 10:41AM

    What a great idea! I bet my kids would love these.

    • Ruth Soukup
      April 26 at 10:58PM

      They are such a fun alternative to plain old scrambled eggs. 🙂

  4. April 26 at 01:25PM

    Oh my word, nachos for breakfast?! YES, please!!! Pinned and waiting in anticipation for breakfast tomorrow morning. 🙂 🙂 Thanks for always sharing the greatest recipes!

    • Ruth Soukup
      April 26 at 10:56PM

      This is a favorite weekend breakfast in our house! 🙂

  5. Nancy
    April 27 at 09:07AM

    They serve something similar to this in Mexico. They don’t have salsa like that here, for which I lament over a lot! The sauce here is more liquidy, but still very good. It’s one of my favorite breakfasts here, and a sure favorite of the locals.

  6. Linda Sims
    April 28 at 12:59PM

    Sounds good, but I will use Pita to keep salt lower.

  7. April 29 at 12:57PM

    Nachos for breakfast? Yum! Sign me up! Thanks for the suggestion.

  8. Debbie
    May 2 at 11:05PM

    Made them that very day..had all ingredients for a fun breakfast! My husband and I loved them. Thanks for the idea…

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