Ziplock Omelet

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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 1
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 257.3
  • Total Fat: 14.9 g
  • Cholesterol: 440.5 mg
  • Sodium: 541.9 mg
  • Total Carbs: 7.2 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.5 g
  • Protein: 22.6 g

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This is a fun way to get the kids involved! This is a fun way to get the kids involved!
Number of Servings: 1


    2 Large Eggs
    1/8 Cup Sliced or Chopped Green Peppers
    1/8 Cup Chopped or Sliced Mushrooms
    1/8 Cup Chopped or SlicedTomatos
    1/2 oz Diced Cheddar Cheese
    2 Tbsp (or 1/8 Cup) Skim Milk
    1 Slice Fat Free American Cheese


Fill medium sauce pan with water and bring to a boil. Beat eggs and milk in bowl. Add Cheddar cheese, veggies and mix well. Pour mixture into ziplock sandwhich bag and seal. Place bag in boiling water and cook for about 13 minutes or until eggs are cooked through. Place American cheese slice on top of omelet and serve.

Number of Servings: 1

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user MICHELLEM79.

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  • Incredible!
    5 of 5 people found this review helpful
    I made this for camping & it was a huge hit! You can make them ahead of time & label the ziploc with each persons name, that way everyone can have control over their own ingredients. They aren't runny or rubbery & the bag only melts if hit by a flame directly. Enjoy! - 9/12/07

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  • Very Good
    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    Instead of using freezer / storage bags, you can use the Seal A Meal or Foodsaver bags - seal a strip across the bottom of the roll to make a bag, add your eggs and fillings, then seal the top without suctioning to make a boil-safe bag. - 2/10/08

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  • Incredible!
    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    This is my favorite way to cook eggs for a large group. We did it for a retreat last fall, and everyone loved it. If I'm only eating eggs this way once or twice a year, I'm not too worried about the rumored problems with cooking in plastic bags. - 9/15/07

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    People use plastic bags to bake their turkeys in during Thanksgiving. Plastic bottles are used every day for baby formula. Here is a link to a site that answers some questions about concerns about cooking with plastics.
    - 9/9/07

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  • Incredible!
    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
    Put my ingredients in the bag, then the eggs, then mushed, then into a small frying pan (what I use when camping) and pushed it around....wondered "how the heck am I going to know when they're done?" and then - so KEWL! They just start peeling away from the bag! Buddies will be envious at camp! - 9/1/07

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