Mediterranean Egg Wrap

I am not the biggest fan of eggs and it is definitely an ingredient that I have to be in the mood for. I know that you would never think that with the number of egg recipes that I make and post, but it’s true. This is why it is so important to season the eggs as much as possible so that they take on the flavor that I am inspired to create. Since eggs are almost a blank canvas when it comes to flavor. it makes it a little easier to season them up the way that I want.

In this dish, I actually do not scramble the egg first, but I do scramble it somewhat in the pan as they cook. This actually gives the egg a different consistency that I happen to like a lot better than pre-scrambling the egg first. Either way, the flavors are great and I am sure you will like it no matter what!

This dish is also fantastic alone or with a side of potatoes or tomato slices, however, I actually served it on a low carb whole wheat wrap and it was delicious and quick.

*Eggs – 2 large eggs
*Spinach – 1/2 cup julienned spinach (I like to remove the stems and slice as you would basil)
*Mushrooms – 1/4 cup sliced baby bella mushrooms (you can use any you like)
*Fetta cheese – 2 tablespoons crumbled
*Kosher salt – 1/2 teaspoon
*Pepper – 1/4 teaspoon
*Oregano (dry) – 1/4 teaspoon
*Onion powder – 1/4 teaspoon
*Butter spray – enough to cover the bottom of the pan (you can use butter or oil if you like – about 1 tablespoon should be more than enough)


  1. In a small non-stick saute pan on medium high heat add the spray and the mushrooms and cook for about 2 minutes so the mushrooms start browning
  2. Add the spinach and lower the heat to medium and cook until the spinach is wilted
  3. Add the spices, salt, pepper, onion powder and oregano and mix well
  4. Add the eggs and then mix the yolk and the white together until they are blended to your liking
  5. Add the feta and cook until desired consistency (3-4 minutes)

Tips: Add the egg mix to some toasted bread with and spread some hummus. You can also add some Kalamata olives and take the flavor profile up a notch


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