Eat & Drink Recipes

Scrambled Parmesan Eggs and Prosciutto

May 13, 2016

While out to brunch in New York City recently, I saw something on the menu that sounded unbelievably delicious. I got pretty hyped up about it until I saw that the restaurant was charging $20+ for the dish, which was just way more than I was willing to spend.

Instead, I decided that I was going to make it at home for myself at a way cheaper price. I even bought my prosciutto freshly sliced at Whole Foods and it was still way cheaper and was enough for multiple servings!

And so that’s how my new Sunday morning favorite was born–my Scrambled Parmesan Eggs and Prosciutto.

On a side not, I’m not sure how efficient you guys are in the kitchen but I can’t seem to figure out how to make an omelet… It always just turns into scrambled eggs once I attempt to flip it! I’ll get it down someday.

This recipe makes one serving but it’s super easy to make more (obviously, this is me we’re talking about). I love making eggs after a morning workout, especially since I usually don’t eat enough protein unless I go out of my way to eat more #carblover


2 slices of sourdough bread

2 large eggs


Freshly grated Parmesan cheese

Prosciutto (I used two slices of prosciutto since I find it a little too rich if I eat anymore at one time)


  • Set your stovetop to medium-high heat and heat up your frying pan. Once hot, melt butter and then add whisked eggs and cook until yellow and fluffy.
  • While the eggs are cooking, slice your bread and toast until a gold brown color. You can either butter toast, like I did, or you can drizzle with olive/truffle oil if you’re feeling more ambitious.
  • Place eggs on top of toast, and then the prosciutto on top of that. Feel free to sprinkle on as much parmesan cheese as your heart desires. I’m a big cheese fan so I probably took that too much to heart.

And that’s it! Simple but gourmet enough to impress friends or just make yourself proud for not eating cereal for breakfast again.


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  • Lauren Farrell

    Yum!!! You just made me so hungry, these look amazing! I never thought to put prosciutto with my eggs but that’s brilliant! Have a wonderful weekend!

    • I recently started eating pork again and prosciutto is one of the things that I’ve discovered again! It’s so decadent!

  • It looks tasty! =)

    NEW POST on


    • This is my favorite at-home brunch meals!

  • YUM! Anything with parmesan and proscuitto is a win in my opinion! <3, Pamela Sequins & Sea Breezes

    • Parmesan is my favorite! I sprinkle it way too liberally on my pasta and eggs haha

  • Blaire Bingham

    This looks absolutely delicious! What a great breakfast recipe!
    xo, Whitney and Blaire
    Peaches In A Pod

    • This is my favorite at-home brunch recipe because it’s delicious but also super easy to make!

  • Biana Perez

    There is not much more to say other than YUM!! xo, Biana –BlovedBoston

    • This is my new favorite item to make for brunch!

  • Rachel

    This looks so delicious! And so smart to recreate the recipe. I cannot believe they were charging over $20 for this?! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    xo, Rachel
    A Blonde’s Moment

    • Yeah NYC can definitely get a little crazy price-wise! I love eating out though and so being able to recreate recipes always makes me feel very gourmet!

  • My husband and I have been on an egg kick. We actually had breakfast sandwiches for dinner last night. Loving this upscale option!

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

    • My boyfriend made me a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich on a biscuit yesterday and it was amazing! Love eggs!

  • Oh man…this looks so good and I’m not the biggest fan of eggs. LOL! I know my husband would LOVE this!

    xo, Lily
    Beauty With Lily

    • I used to not really like eggs when I was younger but I started to eat them a lot in college because they were so cheap haha

  • Seriously, some of these spots in the city are just SO over priced, it’s ridiculous! Glad you were able to make it yourself, it looks real delicious! My husband, who is the omelet king, taught me a couple of tricks for making an omelet. After the oil is hot, cook your veggies until soft and evenly disperse them in a small pan. Then, pour the eggs on top covering the entire surface of the pan and cook on medium for about 3 minutes, then take a spatula and peel forward the sides of the egg to make sure it’s not stuck. Gently place the spatula towards the center of the omelet, holding the pan with your other hand off the fire and flip, cooking on the other side for about 1 minute. I used to get so pissed because mine would turn into scramble eggs too and then he showed me how to do it and has worked ever since, I hope it helps! Thanks so much for sharing this yummy recipe with us and I hope you have a wonderful weekend ahead, beauty!



    • Thanks for the tip!! My boyfriend can make omelets with complete ease but then when I try it always ends in disaster (or just scrambled eggs lol). I’ll have to try it the way y’all make them!

  • Danielle

    Always great when you can recreate things you love!! Have an amazing weekend!


  • Leslie
  • This sounds so good, I’ll definitely have to try it one of these mornings! Perfect weekend breakfast!

    • I totally agree! I rarely have time to make eggs before work so I always love either making eggs for myself or ordering BEC sandwiches when I go out to brunch!

  • That looks delicious and sounds rather fancy! Angharad x

    • I love how easy this is to make but that at the same time it makes me look like a much better cook than I actually am!

  • WhatWouldVWear

    Such a great recipe, love! Looks super delicious! I’m so pinning this too! Wishing you a Happy Weekend!!

    xoxo, Vanessa

    • I love this recipe for a low-key Sunday breakfast! Prosciutto is my favorite to swap for bacon when I’m feeling slightly more gourmet than usual haha

  • Aditi Oberoi Malhotra

    Wow! That looks amazing!

    Adi xx

  • Wow that look delicious! Thanks for sharing!
    Have an amazing weekend!
    Xo Erica

  • I love prosciutto! This looks so good! I’m going to have to make this!

    Doused In Pink

    • Prosciutto is my favorite swap for bacon when I actually have it in my fridge! I just love how decadent it tastes!

  • YUM YUM YUM! Sourdough bread and prosciutto?? A heavenly combo 🙂

    • I basically refuse to eat any kind of bread other than sourdough most days haha!

  • Looks so delicious, and I need to try this soon 🙂

    – Lily Widjaja
    http://www.Glowlicious.Me | Bloglovin

  • Umm YUM!!! I am not even a big fan of prosciutto {I know, I know, don’t judge} but this looks amazing! And I don’t blame you – $20 for a breakfast entree is absurd! Smart to DIY!

    Xox Dana Ivy //

    • I couldn’t believe how expensive the dish was, especially since I’d had my heart set on it as soon as I saw someone else eat it. I like to think that my own recipe is just as delicious though!

  • Making a good omelette is actually quite a challenge but it looks like you’ve succeeded with this one! Happy Sunday, Courtney

    • Thanks! And omelets are so tough to make half of the time!

  • merel

    This looks so good! Have to try it.

    X Merel

  • Chelsea Patricia Henriquez

    This looks amazing and so easy to try!

    Style | Travels

    • That’s exactly how I like most of my meals to be! Easy to make but also delicious!

  • Raindrops of Sapphire

    I could eat that right about now! I’m thinking eggs and bacon will be delicious! As I’m not a fan of parma ham, it’s a bit too rubbery for me, so I’d switch to bacon!

    Raindrops of Sapphire

    • I’m a huge fan of bacon too (I actually ate it this morning haha), so I would definitely try that switch too!

  • You are looking so chic, nice outfit!

  • Oh yum I could definitely eat this now 😀

    Gemma x

    • Me too!! Unfortunately I just stuck with cereal this morning haha

  • thefashionfolks

    Love scrambled eggs and bread, haha it’s so delicious! Xx

    • Scrambled eggs are my favorite! I’m also a fan of mixing them with goat cheese!

  • Ianne Cabangon

    This post is making me hungry right now.
    Xo, Christianne

    • Ugh me too and I just ate breakfast!

  • Laura

    That sounds SO good!!! My omelettes usually turn out like scrambled eggs as well – tastes the same through right, lol?


    • I like to think that it’s about the effort, not just the final product! And I’m a big fan of scrambled eggs anyway so I’m never too disappointed haha

  • Kelsey & Kenecha
  • Sybil

    what a great dish to start the day with! yum!

    Have a great week!

    Animated Confessions

    • It’s my favorite Sunday morning dish!

  • This looks so good, I have to try it out! And I’m right there with you girl, I can’t figure out how to make an omelette to savvy life!

    • One day I’ll figure out how to properly make an omelet (probably by watching YouTube videos). Until then I’ll be happy with my scrambled eggs!

  • I shouldn’t be shocked by how expensive restaurants can be nowadays but there’s always at least one price that just blows me away!

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