Quick and Easy Bag Omelettes

Breakfast: Make ahead omlettes

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AuthorCaptBradCategoryDifficultyBeginner

Breakfast: Make ahead omlettes

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time7 minsTotal Time12 mins

 3 Eggs, beaten
Add Your Favorite Omelette Fixings
I recommend no more than 3 per bag for a single serving, or very small quantities of everything!
 Chopped Bell pepper
 Chopped Onion
 Cooked bacon pieces
 Cooked Mushrooms
 Cooked sausage
 Cheese of your Choice, shredded
 What else do you like in your omelettes?

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These can be pre-mixed and refrigerated prior to boarding for a quick and easy breakfast during your trip!

1. In a resealable bag (Silicone works best, but you can you a freezer-weight zip-lock bag too) add all the ingredients.
2. Seal the bag and shake well
3. Bring 4 qts of water to a boil on the stove top
4. Carefully place the bag with the ingredients inside into the boiling water
5. Cook until the eggs are done, approx 5-8 minutes
6. Remove the bag from the water and let stand for 2 minutes, then open and dump onto a place (or just eat it straight from the bag for easy clean up!)

Ingredients

 3 Eggs, beaten
Add Your Favorite Omelette Fixings
I recommend no more than 3 per bag for a single serving, or very small quantities of everything!
 Chopped Bell pepper
 Chopped Onion
 Cooked bacon pieces
 Cooked Mushrooms
 Cooked sausage
 Cheese of your Choice, shredded
 What else do you like in your omelettes?

Directions

1

These can be pre-mixed and refrigerated prior to boarding for a quick and easy breakfast during your trip!

1. In a resealable bag (Silicone works best, but you can you a freezer-weight zip-lock bag too) add all the ingredients.
2. Seal the bag and shake well
3. Bring 4 qts of water to a boil on the stove top
4. Carefully place the bag with the ingredients inside into the boiling water
5. Cook until the eggs are done, approx 5-8 minutes
6. Remove the bag from the water and let stand for 2 minutes, then open and dump onto a place (or just eat it straight from the bag for easy clean up!)

Quick and Easy Bag Omelettes

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My father helped me restore an old wooden boat when I was in Junior High School, then taught me how to sail it. I was hooked forever. The other gift he provided was a love of cooking, which I've tried to build upon over the years. I've spent most of my life owning a boat of some kind or another from dinghy's to larger sailing and motor vessels. I enjoy sharing my love of water and my love of cooking with fellow travelers who have a like-mindedness. I believe life is difficult enough, so why not help lift others up whenever possible; share a smile and a good story every now and then.


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