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Green Eggs and Ham (or My New Favorite Breakfast)

Before I get to today’s recipe, let me wish a Happy Rosh Hashanah to everyone who’s celebrating the Jewish New Year today!  I hope you all have a very sweet and healthy New Year.  😀

Another anniversary date last week, while less lofty, involved an iconic children’s book and its famous author.  Did you all know that this past week marked the 20th anniversary of the death of Dr. Seuss?

In honor of the book and the man, I concocted my own version of green “eggs” and “ham.”  I’m happy to say the recipe has now joined the annals of my favorite breakfast recipes of all time (right up there beside quizza and baked blueberry oatmeal breakfast pudding).

Yep, I sure do like these green eggs and ham.

And I would eat them, here or there–in fact, I would eat them anywhere.

To check out the recipe, go visit my post on One Green Planet today!

“Mum, we don’t care if they’re green or blue. 

And we’d eat them anywhere, too. 

Just give us some to eat, would you?”

 

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15 comments to Green Eggs and Ham (or My New Favorite Breakfast)

  • Great article Ricki. I love the sound of your green eggs and ham and your chickpea flour pancakes. Will have to have a look for the recipe 🙂

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    Ricki Reply:

    Thanks, Jacqueline! 🙂

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  • I love one green planet!
    The recipe seems delicious, I adore peppers but I can’t handle them well (regurgitation ? – don’t know if that’s the right word, oops). But I’m gonna try this one ’cause it looks so fine 😉

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    Ricki Reply:

    You can absolutely leave out the peppers, Sara! Feel free to replace with any chopped veggie of your choice (even if it’s not green–ha ha). 🙂 I think mushrooms, zucchini, or even broccoli would work really well here.

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  • Mmmmmmmmm — a chickpea flour pancake cooked like eggs. This sounds really delicious, and looks very pretty, too.

    Your pups always have the best expressions, from pleading deprivation to joyful abandon, and a mum who wields a mean camera. 🙂

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    Ricki Reply:

    It really is delicious, Andrea. And I appreciate someone who appreciates dog expressions! 😉

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  • “Mean” in a good way, of course.

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    Ricki Reply:

    Ha ha! That’s how I took it, no worries! 😉

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  • This excites my soul. Thank heavens for the blogworld, which opens my eyes to new products and tricks I’d never had thought of!

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    Ricki Reply:

    Yay for the blogworld! I couldn’t agree more. 🙂

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  • Just when I thought the world had run out of new flours!! This afternoon Rita, our friend Clara, and I spent the afternoon in the kitchen crafting Thai Spring Rolls. Prepping for that took all my time today so tomorrow I am determined to make another Quizza which I have decided is my new favorite comfort food 🙂

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    Ricki Reply:

    I am so glad you like it that much, Gretchen! It’s one of my most favorite dishes, too. 🙂

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  • Ooooh Ricki, what a slendid breakfast & it is also good for us too! Healthy & a tasty recipe, very original too! 🙂

    Kisses from Belgium to you!

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    Ricki Reply:

    Thanks, Sophie! Glad you like the look of it (and yes, very healthy!) 😀

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  • Ooo I’ve never seen vegan scrambled eggs made with pea flour!! What a neat idea.

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