Easy Omelets

★★★★★ 1 Review
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By L Letha
from Sikeston, MO

My grandchildren love to help cook & decided they wanted to fix omelets one morning. We set up a little station of fillings & each were given their choices to fill & make their own omelets. It was a success & is now a tradition when visiting Nana.

serves as many as desired
prep time 20 Min
cook time 10 Min


  •   8 c
    boiling water
  •   2-3
    quart size freezer bags
  •   6-8 large
    eggs beaten (2 per each omelet)
  •   pinch
    salt and pepper (other seasonings of choice)
  •   1 c
    sliced mushrooms
  •   1 c
    onions (your choice) chopped
  •   1 c
    tomatoes (chopped)
  •   1 c
    bell peppers (chopped) any & all colors
  •   1 c
    ham or bacon (chopped) or both
  •   1 c
    fresh chopped spinach
  •   2 c
    cheese (of your choice)
  •   1 c
    of any chopped fruit if desired

How To Make

  • 1
    Put water on to boil
  • 2
    Place open freezer bags in glasses with sides of bag over glass.
  • 3
    Beat 2 eggs per omelet in bowl & season with salt & pepper as desired. Then pour into freezer bags
  • 4
    Add tablespoon or amount of ingredient desired to the egg mixture. (ex: onions, tomatoes, bacon, cheese, etc)
  • 5
    Seal freezer bag & place in boiling water for 8 minutes. Remove with tongs. Hold with dish towel, open freezer bag & remove to plate. Is ready to eat. Can be topped with extra ingredients, sour cream or hot sauce.