Omelet in a Ziplock
So if your house is anything like mine Omelets are a huge staple. Of course they are more used as a midnight snack than a breakfast food in my house.
I stumbled across a new way to make an Omelet and decided to try it out. It worked so well I want to share it with you all.
So this recipe is for that chaotic mornings getting kids ready when you are running a little late yourself but you still want the kids to go to school after having a proper breakfast loaded with nutrients. It will also work very well when you have company visiting.
It does take a little longer then making one but with this recipe you can make several at one time as many as your pot will hold.
What you need
Ziplock baggy (1 for each person)
Any and all of your favorite Omelet fillers (bacon, sausage, ham, cheese, onions, cheese, green onions, tomatoes, peppers, etc)
Salt & Pepper
Put a pot of water on the stove. (big enough pot to hold all of the baggies at one time)
Have each person fill their bag with the fillings of their pickings and crack 2 eggs into the baggy. (No more then 2 eggs per baggy or it cooks uneven)
Seal bag tightly making sure to get all air out. Mix together ingredients really good by mushing together with your fingers.
Drop baggies into pot of boiling water.
Boil for 13-15 minutes
Remove each bag from the water (I personally suggest pouring water out first because I used cheap bags and had one Omelet fall out of the bag into the water while trying to just remove the bag from the water)
Serve up and enjoy!
If you try this let me know your experience and your thoughts about it by posting a comment below.