Feed a crown with this simple, flavorful, and filling Adobe Breakfast Scramble. Its gluten-free, Paleo, and has the perfect combination of flavors.
We are always on the lookout for new breakfast ideas. We tend to fall into the same breakfasts from week to week: Cereal, scrambled eggs, or donuts on Fridays (but we’re not complaining about the donuts). I’ve been trying to get more protein into our breakfasts in the mornings, and maybe sneak in some veggies too.
This week I made an Adobe Breakfast Scramble. Adobe is a seasoning/sauce that is smoky in flavor. You find it in recipes like Barbacoa, BBQ sauce, and sometimes in stews. I love the subtle flavors it adds to dishes and it’s scrumptious in breakfast scrambles like this Adobe Breakfast Scramble.
You can find Chipotle peppers in Adobe sauce in the same isle at the grocery store as chilies, and salsa’s. They usually come in a 4 oz. can. If you have any peppers left over, simply place them in a zip lock back, or small container and freeze them for a later use. This recipe only calls for two peppers because of how strong the flavor is. You could add more if you choose, but it might overpower the sausage and onions.
While this dish is Paleo on it’s own, my husband likes to make a breakfast burrito out of it. There are Paleo wraps out there if you want a burrito and to keep this dish Paleo, otherwise you could always make it with a gluten-free tortilla or enjoy it over avocado slices like I do.
This recipe makes enough to feed 4-6 adults and will last up to 2 days in an airtight container in the refrigerator. I made a bunch of burritos with the remaining scramble and wrapped them up for my husband to take as to-go breakfasts.
If you’re interested in enjoying donuts on Fridays like we do, I have loads of recipes for you to chose from. They are all my favorites, but some of the ones I’ve made recently are my Gluten-Free Cinnamon Sugar Donuts, and Gluten-Free Vanilla Birthday Cake Donuts. If you’re eating healthy all week then you deserve a donut on Friday’s 🙂