Omelet in a Bag on Your Grill

What is the easy way to make omelets in a bag you ask? Making multiple custom omelettes when tailgating sounds a lot more difficult than making simple Game Day Breakfast Sandwiches, but it doesn’t need to be. If you have a some freezer baggies you are already half-way there. The easiest method is a using a deep pot on the side burner of your grill, but an aluminum pan directly on your grill will work in a pinch.

The best part about this D.I.Y recipe is that each tailgater can make their own individual cheesy omelet exactly the way they like it. Just load all your favorite ingredients into a baggie and boil!

YOU WILL NEED:
Quart Size Freezer Bags (resealable)
12 Eggs

1 bag Shredded Cheese
Salt & Pepper to taste

OPTIONAL INGREDIENTS:
Bacon (cooked and crumbled)
Green Peppers
Red Peppers
Orange Peppers
Yellow Peppers
Mushrooms
Black Olives
Ham (we used mini-cubed)
Sausage (cooked and diced)
Onions (chopped)

Makes Six omelettes

TIP: Have each person write their name on the baggie before they load them so you don’t get them mixed up. You can cook several bags at once depending upon the size of your pot.

1) Add water half filling your cooking pot (or pan) and bring to a boil.

breakfast omelette ingredients peppers, ham, bacon, cheese, mushrooms, black olives, egs

I like to add ALL THE THINGS!

TIP: Use small QT size Freezer Style bags for best results. You do NOT have to spray the inside with cooking spray.

2) Have each tailgater put their favorite ingredients into an individual baggies (add the eggs last). Seal bag and mix thoroughly by shaking. Open baggie and squeezing out as much air as and re-seal.

small ziplock freezer bags work best, zip-loch bags, zip-lock baggies omelet in a bag recipe the easy way on a gas grill

Squish out all the excess air before sealing up the bag

3) Place each sealed bag in the boiling water; cook until egg is completely cooked, about 13 minutes.

remove the omelet in a bag with tongs caution as it will be hot

TIP: DO NOT CLOSE THE LID OF YOUR GRILL – unless you want melt the plastic bag – and you don’t – trust me 😉

4) Remove bag using tongs. Carefully open bag and roll your perfectly cooked omelet in a bag onto a plate.

Perfectly Cooked Omelet in a Bag

Omelet in a Bag is a Great Game Day Breakfast Option

TIME SAVING TIP: Make these up the night before to save time and space in the cooler (keep refrigerated until cooking)

Do you have tips and D.I.Y. tricks to help out your fellow tailgaters with breakfast?

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