Recipe: French Scramble

This recipe calls for scrambled eggs with classic french ingredients like smoked salmon, dill, caper and onion. It’s one of my favorite quick and easy breakfasts!

Among omelettes, Eggs Benedict and fried eggs, one of the most classically comforting egg preparations is good old scrambled eggs. This classic method can be cast off when they’re overdone and rubberized, but when done right, a good scrambled egg can be the hero of a Paleo-inspired brunch.

Whether you’re looking to make them simply with just some salt and pepper, or want to mix it up with something a little more interesting, I’ve got a recipe for you – the French Scramble. It’s my favorite scrambles around!

Serves 2 | Prep Time: 10 min | “Cook” time 5 minutes


  • 4 eggs
  • 1 Tbs Milk, Almond milk or Water
  • 1 Tbs butter or ghee
  • 1.5 Tbs dill
  • 1 Tbs capers
  • 1 Tbs finely chopped onion
  • 2 oz smoked salmon


Step 1

Heat your skillet on low-med heat. Melt butter, ghee, coconut or olive oil. Coat the bottom of the pan.

Step 2

Add eggs to a bowl and wisk with 1 Tbs of raw milk, almond or other nut milk or water. This is needed to make the eggs fluffy.

Step 3

Add wisked eggs to the pan. Allow them to cook and stir with a spatula. Continue to stir occasionally until the eggs become firm.

Step 4

Add in small pieces Smoked Salmon, dill, capers and onion. Mix until evenly distributed.


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Wendy Myers, FDN-P, is a heavy metals detox expert, functional diagnostic nutritionist and founder of Discover her Myers Detox Protocol and enjoy freedom from fatigue and brain fog with heavy metal detox. Wendy is also the creator of the Mitochondria Detox , the only supplement kit on the market that helps you to remove toxic metals that cause fatigue.