No more waiting in line for your favorite omelet. Guests put their favorite ingredients into a ziploc bag, write their names on the bag and......13 minutes to breakfast!!!
[Note -- there is some controversy as to whether or not this is safe to do -- plastic bags may change chemically when boiling. As always, proceed at your own risk.]
1803 people marked it a Favorite, 1607 people marked it a Try SoonYield: 6 Ready in 23 minutes
chelewis , 1 years ago
lisanewburn , 1 years agoAwesome:) did many times and we are all still alive lol
snedman , 1 years agoMixing the ingredients for this was very easy. I felt the ingredients ended up falling to the bottom of the bag instead of mixing consistently into the omelet. I found as another user did the bag needed to be taken out and mixed again 1/2 way through. I find this to certainly be a easy walk away type method to make an omelet. However, I personally like more control over the consistency of the omelet and how it is shaped etc.
suemarburgerbutzer , 1 years agoLooks yummy!
Werewolf6975 , 1 years agoI love this recipe easy for sleepovers in the morn
amydasherstimpson , 1 years ago
gothdragon , 1 years agoTo clarify for those who want to look up the chemical in question in heating your food in plastic, it is called Bisphenol A (BPA). It is banned in MANY countries but of course we use it! Just a heads up for those of you who try to eat healthy. I gave a 5 Star as to not take away from the actual tastiness to the recipe. : )
SuzyBash , 1 years agoVery easy to make and they cook well.
terreshiawoods , 1 years ago
steveb56 , 1 years agoMy son and I both use this technique. It's fantastic!!
Tip2 , 1 years agoWow! I tried it and it was amazing :) thanks
DGMom , 1 years agoWow! Loved it can't believe how easy and good...thanks!
leighwrightburnett , 1 years agoWorks every time and is delicious! Just be sure to use freezer bags
LoveLife86 , 2 years agoThis is a great breakfast while your on a float or camping trip! I've put them together the day/night before and kept them in our cooler. All u need is an old pot, river water and tongs! Super simple! Who doesn't love a hot breakfast in the woods!
Kbrown04 , 2 years agoGreat for a group. I find they cook faster if you take them out about halfway through and quickly divide the egg up a bit with a soft spatula whole they're still sealed in the bag. It squeezes the raw egg out of the cooked part.
RachelleW , 2 years agoReally fast and easy to do. Kids thought it was so cool! Make sure to add the salt & pepper & any other spices in the bag before you cook.
jennq78 , 2 years agoEasy and a hit with the kids.
fertom , 2 years agoThe eggs were wetter then we like.... I did use cream, but will skip it next time. I will also cut down on cheese so they are not as wet. Otherwise they were good.
MzChay , 2 years agoIm not really an egg person, but when I eat eggs I fix omlettes. Im also trying to make healthier choices. So I just tried it and love it. Im definitely making this everytime I make omlettes
julie918 , 2 years agoI made these today for Easter breakfast for my family of 6 and my inlaws and let me tell you this was a hit!!! It was simple and everyone ate at the same time and the meal was hot. I will definitely make this part of my holiday tradition and will make this again.