I was convinced to give it a try, and I have to say, I'm thoroughly convinced. Easy, no-mess clean up, and, best of all, Jacob ate it! Jacob's not a great egg eater, but these he really liked. I like that because he has to eat breakfast really early in the morning and lunch is many, many hours later. I prefer him to get some protein with his breakfast to help him make it through. Amazingly, he's started asking to make these at home, and, just as amazingly, he's still eating them. :)
I will definitely be making these any time the kids request them and especially when we're camping. Try them. They're great for camping, but they're also really, really good for any morning's breakfast.
Take 2 or 3 eggs and crack them into a heavy-duty quart-sized freezer bag. That's really important, use a freezer bag and I would recommend a name-brand, generics could be too thin. Add a some salt and pepper, a splash of milk, a tablespoon or two of cheese, and whatever else floats your boat. You could add cooked bacon bits, cooked sausage or ham, sauteed veggies, whatever. Seal the bag up and smoosh everything around. You want all your ingredients mixed up really well. Squeeze the extra air out, and gently place in simmering water. You want the water simmering, but not a hard boil.
Let cook until they're firm and done. I'd guess anywhere from 8-12 minutes. When done, open the bag and tip onto a plate. That's it.
They looked so good to Julianna she wanted to try them too. She is absolutely not a breakfast eater, but she managed a few bites. I'm sure before long she'll be asking for them for lunch or dinner, or breakfast on the weekends when she can eat later and is more interested.
Try them out. They really are good, and fun, and did I mention no clean up?