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  • Do you like green eggs and ham? Do you like them Sam I am?

    Would you like them in a storm? Would you like them nice and warm?

    Would you eat green eggs and ham?

    Would you eat them from a can?

    Eat them! Eat them!

    Here they are!

    Okay, okay… So Mountain House doesn’t actually sell green eggs and ham, and you’ve probably got a green St. Patrick’s Day breakfast to take care of, so let’s just get down to business, eh?

    Mountain House® Scrambled Eggs with Ham and Red & Green Peppers - 19.4 oz. makes approximately 17 servings. That’s enough for your whole family and then some!

    Here's what Dave in Iowa has to say about the MH Scrambled Eggs and Ham with Red and Green Peppers:

    Eggs/ham/green peppers is a winner!!! Now, frankly, eggs are only so good as a freeze dried item, but I find this mix more than adequate. Very flavorful.

    Get yours before our sale on Mountain House #10 cans ends. Each can is 20% off, unless you buy six or more of the same item in which case you’ll get 25% percent off.

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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  • Scrambled Egg Mix

     

    I have been backpacking and camping in the great outdoors for many years. One of my favorite breakfasts while camping is the EGG-stremely Easy Omelet. I like cooking this breakfast because I don’t use a single utensil during preparation and it is simple to prepare. If you can boil water you can make the following:

    EGG-stremely Easy Omelet

    Ingredients:

    Directions: Mix Provident Pantry Scrambled Egg Mix and any of the above optional ingredients with water in a heavy-duty zip-top bag. Be sure when you are done that the consistency is equal to that of an egg. Drop the pouch into boiling water for apx. 5 minutes. Time may vary. Watch your pouch and when the ingredients are done (like a normal omelet) pull it out and have breakfast. Yes, this can be eaten without even a spoon. Remember to pack out the bag. Keep the environment clean. Happy camping!

    Add 2 Tbsp Scrambled Egg Mix to plastic bag
    Add enough water to make it the consistency of an egg
    Put in boiling water for about 5 minutes
    Ready to Eat!
    Adding optional sausage
    Ready to eat with added sausage
    Submitted by Don

     

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