Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Omelet in a Bag


We let our kids and grandkids make these and thus, everyone can make them the way they want.

Place 2 eggs, onions, cheese, ham, bacon, hash browns or anything else you desire, in a 1 quart ziplock bag. Seal the bag, making sure all the air is out. Squish the bag with your hands until it is mixed well and drop the bags into a large pot of boiling water. Let bags boil for 13-15 minutes until eggs are cooked. Open the bag and roll the omelet out onto a plate. Make sure names are written on each bag with a black Sharpie pen.

6 comments:

Coleen said...

This is a GREAT idea, I can see tons of possibilities AND no cleanup!!

Katherine Aucoin said...

Wow! This is a fantastic idea! I can't wait to try it and I know my teenagers will love it!

Kellie said...

That is so awesome!!! What a wonderful idea!!! Thanks for sharing!!!! :)

Anonymous said...

We just tried it. I'm going to do this in the summer when the whole family meets. We won't have to stand there and cook till lunch. Thanks it was so great. We did everything the night before and added the eggs in the morning. Cheers and keep up the great work.
Sandra

Casey said...

This is a terrific idea. Saves on clean-up and provides what looks like a yummy egg dish. I am off to print this up. It just may be my breakfasat.

Casey said...

This is a terrific idea. Saves on clean-up and provides what looks like a yummy egg dish. I am off to print this up. It just may be my breakfasat.