Blackstone Scrambled Eggs is a simple breakfast idea to feed a crowd. You can enjoy light and fluffy eggs on the griddle anytime of the week.

Close up image of scrambled eggs on a plate with bacon in the background.

Easy Blackstone Scrambled Eggs:

Scrambled Eggs on the Blackstone Griddle is one of our favorite ways to cook eggs. We love to serve a big breakfast on Saturday morning or go out to our favorite good egg diner for the famous griddle eggs.

Eggs cooked on the Blackstone Griddle always turn out so light and fluffy. It is perfect for my large family as I can cook a large quantity and everything gets done at the same time.

We start by mixing the eggs with milk and adding them to the hot griddle that is topped with butter. Cooking eggs on the griddle is easy and a fast way to cook scrambled eggs.

Close up image of scrambled eggs on a plate

Can you make Scrambled Eggs on a Griddle?

Yes, you can make scrambled eggs on a griddle. Crack the eggs in a bowl and mix the eggs some milk, then pour the eggs on the hot griddle.

We love cooking eggs on the griddle. The heat from the griddle distributes so the eggs so are cooked fast and evenly.

We have always used the frying pan to make eggs, but now that we have been using the griddle, it has been a game changer for my family.

Ingredients needed - eggs, milk, salt and pepper, butter

Blackstone Scrambled Eggs Ingredients:

  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Oil, Butter or Bacon Grease (do not use olive oil)

How to make Scrambled Eggs on Blackstone Griddle:

  • Mix together Ingredients – Whisk together the 12 eggs, milk, salt and pepper in a large mixing bowl.
Mixing eggs in a clear bowl with a whisk.
  • Prepare Griddle – Heat the Blackstone griddle over medium high heat (to approximately 350-375 degrees F). Oil the griddle with oil, butter or bacon grease so that the eggs does not stick.
  • Add Eggs to Griddle – Pour the egg mixture onto the hot griddle.
Pour the egg mixture onto the griddle.
  • Begin Pushing Eggs – As the eggs began to set use a large spatula to push the eggs to the center of the griddle to make the egg curdles.
Scrambling the eggs on the griddle with a large spatula
  • Continue Cooking Eggs – Continue this process until all the eggs are cooked but still appear slightly wet so that they do not dry out.
Scrambling the eggs on the griddle with a large spatula.
  • Serve and Enjoy – Remove the eggs immediately from the heat and then they are ready to enjoy!

What Temperature to Scramble Eggs:

The temperature of the griddle needs to reach medium to high heat. Which is about 350 degrees to 375 degrees. Make sure you use oil or butter to prevent eggs from sticking to the griddle.

It’s best to use an oil with a high smoke point on the griddle so that it does not burn. We find that avocado oil, coconut oil or butter work best on a griddle.

How to check Blackstone Temperature:

The best to check the temperature of your Blackstone Griddle is with a thermometer gun. This ensure that your griddle is at the right temperature before cooking on it.

Using a temperature gage to check the temperature of the griddle.

How long does it take to make Scramble Eggs:

Making scrambled eggs on the Blackstone Griddle doesn’t take long. As long as you have properly oiled the griddle and it is heated properly then it will take less than 5 minutes to prepare your eggs.

Close up image of scrambled eggs on a plate with bacon in the background.

Tools we Used:

Here are the tools that we used when preparing our scrambled eggs.

Close up image of scrambled eggs on a plate with bacon in the background.

What to Serve with Scramble Eggs:

We love easy breakfast recipes. We even like serving breakfast for dinner. These are our favorite sides to serve:

Close up image of scrambled eggs on a plate with bacon in the background.

Variation Ideas for Blackstone Griddle Eggs:

  • Make a Sunny Side Up Fried Egg with runny yolk.
  • You can even use egg rings on the griddle.
  • My kids love when I make eggs in a basket on the griddle.
  • A perfectly over easy fried egg.

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Blackstone Scrambled Eggs

5 from 21 votes
Blackstone Scrambled Eggs is a simple breakfast idea to feed a crowd. You can enjoy light and fluffy eggs on the griddle anytime of the week.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Servings 6
Cuisine American
Course Breakfast
Calories 172
Author Grill on a Dime

Ingredients

  • 12 Eggs
  • 3 Tbsp Milk
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Pepper
  • 2 Tbsp Oil Butter or Bacon Grease (do not use olive oil)

Instructions

  • Whisk together the eggs, milk, salt and pepper in a large mixing bowl.
  • Heat the Blackstone griddle over medium high heat (to approximately 350-375 degrees F). Oil the griddle with oil, butter or bacon grease so that the eggs does not stick.
  • Pour the egg mixture onto the griddle. As the eggs began to set use a large spatula to push the eggs to the center of the griddle to make the egg curdles. Continue this process until all the eggs are cooked but still appear slightly wet so that they do not dry out.
  • Remove the eggs immediately from the heat and then they are ready to enjoy!

Recipe Notes

It’s best to use an oil with a high smoke point on the griddle so that it does not burn. We find that avocado oil, coconut oil or butter work best on a griddle.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 172kcal, Carbohydrates 1g, Protein 11g, Fat 13g, Saturated Fat 3g, Polyunsaturated Fat 3g, Monounsaturated Fat 6g, Trans Fat 1g, Cholesterol 328mg, Sodium 322mg, Potassium 134mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 1g, Vitamin A 488IU, Calcium 59mg, Iron 2mg

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