Eggs In a Baggie


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  • Prep Time:
    5 Mins
  • Cook Time:
    10 Mins
  • Total Prep + Cook Time:
    15 Mins
  • Level:
Eggs In a Baggie

Makes: 0 1

Description: Quick & clean way to have your eggs or an omelet.

1-3  eggs per bag

Instructions: In a sandwich bag, combine eggs and any ingredients & seasonings you prefer. Shake it up and drop into a small pot of boiling water. Let cook for 5-10 minutes. To check if done, take out baggie and see if eggs are runny, Cook until done.

For flatter eggs (that you can put on a sandwich), use a small skillet to boil in, Make sure excess air is out of baggie and lay flat.

When done, egg will come out of bag cleanly.

Recent Comments

  • Author image By Megan711
    Feb 27, 2017   Edit

    I tried this one time when camping but it didn't work amazingly like I thought it would, but it worked well.

  • Author image By pointtaken
    Jan 30, 2012   Edit

    I have used this method for camping meals and it is GREAT! No cleanup. I use clothespins to anchor baggie to the side of the pot so it doesn't "wander" while cooking. Water from boiling can be used for washing what dishes you may have.

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