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  • Samantha Blain

    Omelettes in a bag - OMG! This looks like it would be fun for the kids to do

  • Ronda Wymore

    Great breakfast idea for camping! ZIP LOCK OMELET- Throw all your ingredients in a bag, zip it up and boil them. Cook for 6-8 minutes, slide out of the bag. I guess it would work best to pre-cook veggies. I think I'll add some pre-boiled potatoes to mine! Hmmm...where's the toast?

  • LaWonda Staples

    Omlet in a bag

  • Marilou Larson

    ZIP LOCK OMELET- Throw all your ingredients in a bag, zip it up and boil them. Each person can put different ingredients in and they cook at the same time! They cook for 6-8 mins and then slide right out of the bag- OMELET We do this camping and at home! #cookingtips #food #recipes

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