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Omelet in a Bag
I am not a breakfast person. Even though I LOVE food, between 6am-8am I don’t even want to look at it .. much less eat it. Eggs, Bacon, …..blah… not to mention I can only eat eggs if myself or my husband cooks them, and even then I’m not thrilled.
BUT today was a lazy Sunday and by 10am I was starting to think of food, and my tummy was starting to freak out for some food. So, since hubby was still in the bed I decided to make breakfast in bed for him :). And unlike myself, hubby loves a good breakfast.
Well since I had leftover toppings from our “Make Your Own Pizza Party” from last night, I decided on Omelette’s! Easy right? Eggs… Topping.. Food! But since my skill of breakfast food cooking = a good D+, I turned to my food goddess Paula Deen and and decided on her Omelette’s for a Crowd. Or as I call them… Omelet in a Bag 🙂
This is an easy, quick, no way to mess this up kinda meal.
This make 2 Pretty Huge Omelette or 3-4 pretty good size ones.
What You Need:
6 large eggs
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 to 3 re-sealable plastic quart size bags
Add-Ins I used were:
But You could use anything you want!!! Paula Likes:
Cooked and crumbled bacon
Cooked and crumbled sausage
Chopped bell peppers
Diced red onion
Sliced black olives
What to do
In a mixing bowl whisk together eggs, salt, pepper and any of the desired add-ins. Divide and pour the egg mixture into re-sealable quart size bags.
Boil a large pot of water and drop in the sealed omelette bags. Simmer the bags for 10 minutes. Remove bags from the water with tongs and drain them on a paper towel lined plate.
Allow to cool slightly before handling. Open the bags and pour the cooked omelet out onto a plate.
TADA! All Done! Enjoy!