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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Tasty Tuesday: Omelet in a bag

Omelet in a bag!

I am so excited that I found this. I know it looks kind of weird but it is awesome! I can't make a regular omelet to save my life. Just ask my husband. It turns out like a pile of mush! You can check out Show Some Decor because that is where this recipe came from.

So here is what you need:
  • 2 eggs per person
  • 1 gallon sized ziploc bag per person
  • your family's favorite omelet fixin's {cheese, ham, chicken, veggies, etc}
  • large stockpot, filled 3/2 with water brought to a boil. (I used a regular pot because I only made one for myself)
  • First lay out all your ingredients.
  • Then mark the bag with your name if you are making more than one at a time.
  • Crack 2 eggs for each bag then add what you would like as your fixin's
  • Each person zips their bag shut and mushes everything together thoroughly. The eggs need to take on a "beaten" appearance.
  • Open one corner of the ziploc bag and squeeze as much air out of it as possible.
  • Drop ziploc bags into pot of boiling water and boil for EXACTLY 13 minutes.
  • Use tongs to remove bags from water. Pull bag open carefully (they are super hot!) and tip omelet out onto the plate.
Very simple and yummy!


  1. Wish I could take credit for it but it was a recipe found on Pinterest. :)

  2. Ah, wow! We used to do these for family campouts, and they were great! I'd totally forgotten about them. Thanks for the reminder...I'll have to try it again! :)


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