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7 Ways to Make Green Eggs & Ham: The Ultimate St. Patty's Breakfast

A few years ago, a friend mentioned her St. Patrick’s morning tradition: a Green Eggs & Ham breakfast. Which I happened to think was the cutest idea ever. But, how to make the classic, Seuss-inspired meal without turning it into a gloppy hunk of food-coloring tinted scrambled eggs, which would make my kids run for the hills before even tasting the dish? Here are 7 classy ways to serve up Green Eggs and Ham. All the fun, all the flavor, none of the grossness.


  • Green Eggs & Ham Snacks 1 of 7
    Green Eggs & Ham Snacks
    Think outside the box a bit and you can have your own mini batch of Green Eggs & Ham to snack on!
    Click for the recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything.
  • Green Eggs and Ham and Toast 2 of 7
    Green Eggs and Ham and Toast
    A fried egg turns green in this easy take on the Seuss classic!
    Get the recipe for Green Eggs & Ham.
  • Green Omelet and Ham 3 of 7
    Green Omelet and Ham
    A green omelet wraps itself around ham in this simple, clever breakfast recipe.
    Click for the recipe from Family.com.
  • Baked Green Eggs and Ham 4 of 7
    Baked Green Eggs and Ham
    Love this bite-sized take on baked Green Eggs and Ham!
    Click for the recipe from RecipeLand.
  • Italian Green Eggs and Ham 5 of 7
    Italian Green Eggs and Ham
    Italian Green Eggs and Ham are an elegant way to serve up this cartoon-inspired dish!
    Click for the recipe from Hormel.
  • Green Devilled Eggs and Ham Sammies 6 of 7
    Green Devilled Eggs and Ham Sammies
    Green Devilled Eggs and Ham Sandwiches make a perfect St. Patty's Day Breakfast!
    Click for the recipe from Annie's Eats.
  • Green Eggs and Ham Sushi 7 of 7
    Green Eggs and Ham Sushi
    Green Eggs and Ham Sushi is about as cute as it gets!
    Click for the recipe from Steamy Kitchen.

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