Quart sized FREEZER bags
Eggs (2 per bag)
Omelet Fixings: ham, cheese, peppers (we used green), onion, mushrooms, etc.
Frozen shredded hash browns ~ optional, but these just give the omelet a little extra bulk
1. Get your pot of water cooking and bring it to a boil.
2. Write the name of the omelet maker in permanent marker on the bag.
4. Add in as much or as little of each fixin' as you want.
AND ~ for those of you concerned about cooking with plastic ~ this is probably not a recipe for you. However for me ~ we do this once maybe twice a summer. My philosophy is I probably do things that could potentially harm my body daily and eating one omelet boiled in a Ziploc bag once a year ..... well, lets just say, I'm not really concerned. But, click here for a websites that talks about the dangers of cooking with baggies and here to link to Ziploc's website.