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Tuesday, June 12

Ziploc Bags - A Fun & Easy Way to Cook Omelets

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This idea would be great for camping this summer
or to feed a crowd breakfast at home.

1st - Have everyone write their name on a 
quart size Ziploc bag.
{Quart bags are thicker, but I didn't have any so I used 
the regular sized bag. It worked fine.}

2nd - Crack two eggs {no more!} into the
Ziplocs & squeeze to scramble.
3rd - Each person adds the ingredients they would
like in their omelet. {Cheese, onions, bell peppers, etc.
can be ready ahead of time.}

4th - Make sure to get all the air out of the bags &
zip them up. Then mix well.

5th - Flatten the bags & boil for 13 minutes - rotate the bags around a bit with some tongs as it cooks.
{You may need more time depending on your altitude -
it's probably a good idea to do a practice run!}
You can cook 6 - 8 omelets in a large pot.
6th - Remove the omelets
{you can cut the bag if needed}
& enjoy!

So easy & there's almost NO cleanup!


  1. Oh my goodness - what a nifty idea! No mess in the pan - and no fatty oil to fry in! I LOVE it!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  2. Holy cow...I have totally got to try that. Sounds great for all the big family summer get togethers happening in the next couple of months.
    VERY COOL idea.

  3. I love your idea!!!! Definitely gonna try it out!!!!! Thanks for sharing!

  4. I've made these while camping. It is a great way to have a no clean up omelet! DOn't you just hate scrubbing a pan after cooking eggs?


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