If You’re Not Making Scrambled Eggs In Your Microwave, You’re Missing Out

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Scrambled eggs are one of the best breakfasts out there. They’re delicious, good for you and dead-easy to make. But what if we told you there’s an even easier way of making scrambled eggs than by cooking them on the stove?

Did you know that microwave scrambled eggs are a thing? Well, they absolutely are, so get ready to have your mind. Blown.

How to make scrambled eggs in the microwave

Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Microwaving your scrambled eggs could not be simpler. Seriously.

All you have to do is crack your eggs into a microwaveable bowl and season with salt and pepper. Two eggs ought to be enough, but feel free to add more if you’re feeling super-hungry. This is a judgement-free zone.

Give your eggs a little whisk with a fork until the whites and yolk are all combined. Pop the bowl in the microwave for 30 seconds, then give it a little whisk again. If your eggs need a bit more cooking, pop them back into the microwave for a further 10 seconds and continue to do so until the eggs are scrambled to your liking.

But remember, the scrambled eggs will continue to cook a little when removed from the microwave because of residual heat, so bear that in mind.

Serve your super-tasty, dead-easy-to-make scrambled eggs with some hot buttered toast and away you go!

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