Scrambled Eggs with Spinach, Mushrooms and Goat Cheese

I am FINALLY feeling somewhat normal after 11 days of hell.  It was a nice, friendly reminder from my friend Lyme that he’s still here.  I’ve been off the Biaxin and Plaquinil for 11 days now as well and have been taking 200mg of Doxycycline and my supplements since then.  I have a new prescription for Zithromax and another drug (the name has slipped my mind) and I will start taking those on Friday when my husband is home, just in case I get really sick again.  I am so afraid to go back to that place again.  The things that were happening to my body were truly frightening.  I don’t wish this on anyone.  It’s just awful!

You’re emails and comments during that time really helped me get through the worst of it.  So many of you shared your experiences as well and I am so thankful to have you in my life today…even if we have never met in person.  It was so nice of you to reach out when I was feeling so crummy.  THANK YOU!

So, to celebrate my health today, I did two things:  I went shopping…for the boys.


I made this healthy dish for breakfast and NO…it was not dairy – free, but it sure was GOOD.  I sautéed spinach, mushrooms and garlic and added the eggs and goat cheese and served with a few slices of tomatoes and mozzarella cheese.

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12 thoughts on “Scrambled Eggs with Spinach, Mushrooms and Goat Cheese

  1. Thank you. I will def be trying this. Also if you have time and could point me in the right direction for recipes for those of us with Lyme and co-infections, I would truly appreciate it.

  2. Hi Brandi,
    I’m SO very happy to hear that you’re feeling better! It sounds like it might have been a herx afterall since your symptoms subsided after stopping the meds. I’ve had herxes that have lasted up to 2 weeks before. It’s so nice that you were able to get out to go shopping, and do the regular things that moms need to do. PTL! Enjoy your day, and I hope things will continue to go uphill from here.
    Take good care,
    P.S. Your breakfast looks scrumptious. Thanks for the recipe! :-)

  3. Hi Brandi,
    SO glad you are feeling somewhat more normal again. Every time this happens to me, it’s hard to remember that eventually it passes. Or at least changes.
    I hope you continue to feel better. The recipe looks wonderful. I know you have the link posted, but I love the gluten free meatballs from gluten free goddess. My kids do too!
    Take care best of luck with your newest meds. Hugs,

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