Are you ready to make the best scrambled eggs? I’m a fan of a fluffier scramble which is why this recipe shows the easiest ways to get that texture and taste!

Learning how to scramble eggs isn’t hard but there are some steps that you need to know. To make a great-tasting scrambled eggs recipe, you need a little patience and a few easy techniques. After reading this post, you’ll be able to scramble up eggs just like a real pro for an easy breakfast!

Once you learn the little technique that works perfectly, you’re going to crave the final product of this soft scramble recipe every single time.

close up of scrambled eggs

Perfect, Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

I think it’s safe to say that we can call agree that scrambled eggs are awesome. While we make them a lot of breakfast in our house, I’m also a fan of having them for lunch or dinner as well. I think that adding in protein at the start of the day is a very important thing to do.

Scrambled eggs are one of the most versatile breakfast dishes to prepare – I’ll find myself making some of them spicy and some of them sweeter, depending on what type of mood that I’m currently in. I tend to change up my egg mixture and ingredients each time I make it. I really love adding in fresh herbs that are in season, too.

Many people don’t realize that there are actually a few steps that should be done when scrambling eggs to make certain that they’re fluffy and delicious to eat.

Luckily, I’m sharing the secret to perfect scrambled eggs with you now! You’ll be a great home cook or eggs in no time at all. Make certain to add this to your list of easy recipes.

scraping the scrambled eggs with a spatula

Ingredients to scramble eggs

Eggs – Use whatever brand or type of eggs you’d like to use!

Butter – You can use salted or unsalted butter.

Salt and pepper – To taste.

You can also add parmesan cheese to make cheesy eggs or fresh chives on top for more flavor. You’ll have delicious results no matter what!

How to Scramble Eggs

Learn to make fluffy, moist, flavorful, and evenly cooked scrambled eggs with great results every time. With these simple tips, you can scramble eggs with ease!

Make certain that your eggs are thoroughly beaten

This is key. Your eggs need to be thoroughly beaten and mixed to get that “fluff” that everyone loves in their eggs.

Using a fork and whisking briskly is fine but if you own a whisk, that’s even better to use. I also like to add in a pinch of salt when I’m whisking my eggs, too.

Heat up your skillet before adding in your eggs

Your skillet needs to be hot before your eggs are dumped in. You also need to make certain that you’re spraying your pan or adding on a coating of butter or oil so that your eggs don’t stick. If you don’t have high heat and adding in olive oil, the whisked eggs are immediately going to stick.

I’ve found that it’s best to melt butter in a large skillet over medium heat.

Once your pan is hot, add in your beaten eggs to start cooking.

Allow the eggs to sit in the pan

Allow the eggs to sit in the pan for about 30 seconds or a minute until you see the edges start to cook and harden a little. You can let them sit for a little time

before you start to strip and mix them from the bottom of the pan. Then you’ll want to use a spatula and gently push the eggs from the outside edge to the middle of the pan.

Moving around the pan and continuing to push towards the center.

Once they start to cook, you can begin to gently fold the eggs together. I love to use a cast-iron skillet because it’s the best pan for making eggs! I tend to use a wooden spoon when scraping and mixing the fluffy curds but in a cast iron pan, you can use whatever you’d like.

Make certain not to overcook the eggs

Once you notice that there done, you need to remove your scrambled eggs from the heat immediately. There’s a fine line to having eggs that are overcooked so really pay attention during this step. You’re going to want tender eggs so keep that in mind as a bit of carryover cooking will happen.

scrambled eggs in a pan

Have a plate handy and pour the eggs directly onto the plate from the pan

Many people tend to think that adding milk to your eggs before scrambling them adds some sort of effect and taste to the eggs. This actually isn’t true and really is an unnecessary step. You don’t have to add anything to your eggs to get them to be scrambled perfectly.

You simply need to make certain that the pan is hot and you’re patient enough to cook them all the way through.

Be sure that you’re using a heat safe rubber spatula to stir the eggs so that they don’t stick to the skillet. I’ve found that sometimes, the eggs will even stick to a nonstick skillet if you don’t stir the egg whites and egg yolks. The whole process is simple to do but it’s important to use this easy method.


What goes well with eggs?

I’m all about the side dishes. Crispy bacon, a toasted English muffin, or even a side dish of sauteed spinach with bits of ham taste great. You can make Scrambled Egg Sandwiches too!

What are simple ingredients you can add to your eggs?

I like a bit of heat so I’m a fan of adding in some cayenne pepper but flaky sea salt and black pepper add great flavor, too. You can even top with a tiny bit of sour cream and goat cheese to add a couple of options for healthy fat.

Making scrambled eggs isn’t complicated at all. All you need to make the best soft and creamy scrambled eggs for the perfect breakfast is fresh eggs, a bit of salt and pepper for flavor, and a little butter.

Do you have any other tips on how to scramble eggs?

Check out some of my other egg recipes as well:

scraping the scrambled eggs with a spatula

Scrambled Eggs

Learn to make fluffy, moist, flavorful and evenly cooked scrambled eggs with great results every time.  With these simple tips, you can scramble eggs with ease!
2 from 1 vote
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Author: Thena Franssen
Servings: 1
Cook Time: 2 minutes


  • 1 tbsp. butter
  • 2 large eggs
  • Salt
  • Pepper


  • In a small nonstick pan over medium heat, melt butter.
  • In a medium bowl, whisk eggs until frothy with a whisk OR fork.
  • When butter is melted and starts to foam, reduce heat to medium-low and add beaten eggs. Let sit until the very edges look like they are about to set, about 30 seconds, then using a wooden spoon or spatula push eggs from the outside towards to center.
  • pull, lift and fold eggs until thickened and no visible liquid egg remains. Do not stir constantly.
  • Once the eggs start to set, begin to fold the eggs together.
  • Add salt to taste at this time, as well.
  • Remove from the heat once the eggs are glossy and set.
  • Do not overcook and allow to get dry.
  • Top with pepper and serve immediately.
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