Cinnamon Toast & Scrambled Eggs- Breakfast so sweet:)

Today’s post is a breakfast recipe that I hope you will enjoy as much as I do.

I love breakfast! It is my comfort meal and I can have it morning, afternoon, and night. For that very reason I like to play around with my breakfast options. This particular recipe is really easy to make and the cinnamon gives it some extra sweetness.Enjoy the rest of  your week and try this out this weekend:)

I was meant to put it up last Saturday but I was so busy cooking for my church’s barbecue which turned out great (Thank God!), despite the fact that it rained the whole Saturday. Before I forget, I made a Coffee Streusel cake, Pilau rice, and some spicy beef for that event. I will put up the recipes later on. (The meat and cake turned out great, and I’m grateful to God for helping me; I got so many compliments on the tasty beef and yummy cake. As for the pilau rice, I guess it was ok, at least people ate it, though it was not raved about like the other two Well since it was my first time making pilau rice for such a large amount of people, I need to try out another method and probably pull my Ugandan friend’s hair until she shows me the way she does it)

So back to today’s recipe:


For the Eggs

  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 of a small onion (diced)
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil or melted butter
  • 1 small garlic clove (finely minced) optional (but not for me, garlic and eggs go together like bread and butter for me)
  • 1 teaspoon of milk or cheese (optional)
  • Basil, to taste
  • Salt, to taste
  • Pepper,(prefarably black or white) to taste

For the Cinnamon Toast

  • 2 fresh slices of bread (Brown or white)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon of brown or white sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of  butter


  1. Break the 2 eggs into a bowl, add the salt,pepper,garlic,onions, and milk or cheese and whisk well
  2. Turn the stove on medium heat; place a small frying pan and let it warm up. Then add the butter or olive oil and swirl to coat the entire pan(Butter gives eggs an extra richness and olive oil will give them a clean, light, and grassy flavor)
  3. Once the oil/butter is hot enough (not so hot that it burns the eggs), pour your whisked egg mixture into the pan
  4. Let the eggs cook for 1min or so, then using a spatula stir the mixture to scramble the eggs, till they are done. Turn into a plate and set aside
  5. On both sides of each bread slice, rub or smear 1/4 tspn of cinnamon,  1/4 tspn. of sugar, and  1 tbspn. of olive oil or butter; cut each slice into 3-4 slices
  6. Put the bread into your toaster and take it out when done or fry them in another skillet with a little bit of butter or olive oil (I do not like very hard toast so I will only toast or fry the slices just so they are a bit crunchy on the outside but still soft on the inside)
  7. Serve the toast with your scrambled eggs and some oats or cereal with fruits

Breakfast oats Breakfast toast

2 thoughts on “Cinnamon Toast & Scrambled Eggs- Breakfast so sweet:)

  1. i have never tried cinnamon on bread or garlic in eggs, it sounds nice already….think i’m gonna try that pretty soon

    1. Nky, I find that just a little bit of fresh garlic in my eggs makes the eggs taste and smell less eggy (pardon my grammar)i.As for the cinnamon toast, I’m sure that you’ll love it. Let me know how it goes when you try it:)

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