Last week my childrenʼs school celebrated Dr. Seussʼs birthday. In the kindergarten class they made green eggs by mixing spinach with eggs. My 5 year old who had been refusing eggs for months came home asking for green eggs. I wasnʼt there when they made it at school so I winged it. I filled the container with fresh spinach and then added 3 eggs. I use organic extra large. I then sczoozced them together. I heated my trusty cast iron frying pan, added a pat of good quality butter, spread it around the pan and added the green mixture and cooked it just like regular scrambled eggs. I called it “green eggs in a pan” ... get it? Green Eggs and Ham... green eggs in a pan...? My 5 year old didnʼt get it either, she said “No! Itʼs just called green eggs!” Ok, we can call it whatever you want. Served it with tomato salsa and a size of frozen cherries. Why frozen cherries? She wanted frozen cherries, what can I say. This was a super easy way to get some protein, iron, B vitamins, and fiber into my kid with a bout 5 minutes of cooking time. My kind of instant gratification.