Here's a quick breakfast that I enjoy making for the family. It's scrambled eggs and Swiss chard. Swiss chard is a great side dish to an egg breakfast. Chard is like spinach, but tastes better. It's meaty and earthy. Chard contains a lot of vitamins.
I recommend cutting off the stems from mature chard, but keep them if they're thinner than a pencil. Keep the mature stems for later stuff, like soup or baking. Add the young chard stems for some chewiness of the chard dish.
We've cooked charge in our test kitchen many tie. We know that chard isn't like spinach which has a lot of water content, so we add a small amount of water to cook it. We simply leave the leaves wet after washing. No need to add water to the pan. Cook a little until the chard feels tender.
This is one manly, hearty breakfast.