Breakfast Eater Lunch

“Bad Tummy” Eggs

I struggle quite frequently with chronic GI. After many visits to the doctor and many elimination tests to figure out if I have any food intolerances, I have yet to figure out what the actual problem is and how to fix it.

Here’s a recipe you can try if you’re having chronic stomach issues and can’t eat many things…this recipe also provides a good alternative if, like me, you’re sick of going by the BRAT diet every time GI kicks in.

But please also make sure to see a doctor!


2 Eggs
1 Slice of bread
Salted Butter
Plain Greek Yogurt


  1. Heat a non-stick frying pan to a low-medium heat. Add in a good glob of salted butter to melt slowly.
  2. Pop a slice of bread into the toaster (or the oven) to brown to your liking.
  3. Scramble up two eggs.
  4. When the salted butter is nearly completely melted in the pan, add in a tsp or so of turmeric to gently cook in the melting butter.
  5. When the butter is completely melted, add in the scrambled eggs.
  6. For the “Bad Tummy” recipe, I cook the eggs the way you’d get them in the US: fully cooked through and not runny. (I’ve found through personal experience that eating runny scrambled eggs or runny yolk on a bad stomach rarely does me any favors.)
  7. Slide cooked eggs on to toasted bread. Add however much plain yogurt (Greek or otherwise) you’d like on top of your eggs.
  8. Eat and (fingers crossed) enjoy a meal without immediate GI reactions!

1 comment on ““Bad Tummy” Eggs

  1. Deborah Porter-Walker

    Although I don’t have tummy problems this sounds so yummy I may have it for breakfast this morning come what may! Xxxx

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