Ziploc Omelets & Greenbluff!

Becky & I planned an omelet brunch with a trip to Greenbluff afterwards to get pumpkins! She did most of the work & it turned out perfectly....good friends & good times!
Becky finishing up on the final preparations before everyone arrived!
The omelets weren't traditional....we made them in ziploc bags! (Thanks, Sarah!!) Stay tuned for the recipe!
Everyone putting their ingredients into their ziploc bags!
Voila!About 30 people made it so it was a houseful....good thing we did it at Becky's! :-)Melissa & BeckyAdorable Luke!Heidi & Wyatt
Becky & Mama!Caelyn, Carlee, & Kaylee....the girls in pink!!Reagan and Caelyn
Jesse & Suz
Mama & CarmenBrian & Lisa bein' goofy....she finally got her hubby back! :-)Lisa & I :-)Kaylee & CarleeJohnathon, Walker, & ColeBeckettSome of the crew hanging out....Some more...
A fun time had by all....the weather was perfect (it did start to rain, but not until we were headed out). Good eats, fun times, big laughs! :-) Now on to the recipe...
Ziploc Omelets
- Using a permanent marker, write each person's name on a quart size Ziploc freezer bag.
(I believe I was told that you don't want to go generic brand on the bags!!!)
- Crack 2 eggs (large or extra-large) into the Ziploc bags and shake to combine them.
- Have each person put their chosen variety of ingredients into their bag.
(We had each person/family bring one ingredient---we had bacon, sausage, ham, onions, mushrooms, olives, cheese, salsa, peppers, etc.)
- Ingredients like bacon, sausage, etc. need to already be cooked.
- Seal the bag, making sure to get all the air out of it and shake/mix it up.
- Place the bags into rolling, boiling water for exactly 13 minutes.
(You can usually cook 6-8 omelets in a large pot at one time---we had 4 pots going!)
- Open the bags and the omelets easily roll out & everyone will be amazed!!
Serve with muffins, fruit, coffee cake and juice & coffee and enjoy!!!

1 comment:

farmermarvswife said...

on your 'serve with' column you need to add tortillas and a note to add salsa after it is cooked! (other wise eggs are pink and that's not so appetizing! cheese would probably be better added after cooking, too!)