- Label Info
% Daily Value Serving Size 1 Cup (70 g) Dry Mix Servings Per Container About 2 Amount Per Serving Calories 350 Calories From Fat 200 Total Fat 22 g 34% Saturated Fat 6 g 30% Trans Fat 0 g Cholesterol 295 mg 98% Sodium 880 mg 37% Total Carbohydrate 27 g 9% Dietary Fiber 4 g 16% Sugars 3 g Protein 13 g 27% Vitamin A 15% Vitamin C 25% Calcium 10% Iron 10%
Ingredients: *Hash Browns (potatoes, contains one or more of the following [canola oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil, palm oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil], salt, dehydrated potato, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], potassium sorbate [to maintain freshness], natural flavoring, disodium dihydrogen pyrophosphate [color retention], dextrose), *Precooked Eggs (whole eggs, egg yolks, nonfat dry milk, modified corn starch, corn oil, salt, yeast extract, sunflower oil, smoke flavor, xanthan gum), *Pork Sausage ([pork, salt, spices, sugar], textured vegetable protein [soy flour, salt]), *Red and Green Bell Peppers, *Chopped Onions. *Freeze Dried
1. Open package at tear notch. Remove and discard oxygen absorber from pouch.*
2. Carefully add 1 ½ cups (12 oz) boiling water to pouch.
3. Stir thoroughly and close zipper. Let stand 8-9 minutes. Stir and serve. Enjoy as a filling or eat right out of the pouch.
*The enclosed oxygen absorber contains powdered iron oxide to ensure product freshness.
Egg, Milk, Wheat, Soy.
This is sooo good! Tried it for breakfast, made 4 tortilla rolls, added salsa....WOW!
Posted on 4/2/14 by Mickie
Great for Home or Office
As an RV'er these make outstanding quick breakfasts or suppers when there isn't time to cook a meal from scratch. They are also great for packing in a lunch on a midnight shift at work and make a good solid dinner at the beginning of a 10 hour shift and will hold a person through the night. They are GREAT for camping as well. Love the flavor combination. I don't use a tortilla either, right out of the bag is good for me.
Posted on 11/15/13 by Travelin' Tramp
Solid breakfast on the trail...
If you are like me, when you hike and backpack you need a serious breakfast. This is it. Loaded with protein and calories, it will get you to lunch. (Not wise to start a diet when backpacking... don't 'cha know) Just beware of the Sodium content which should not be an issue with heavy exercise. Also, I don't use a tortilla - I eat it out of the bag. Great stuff. D
Posted on 1/18/12 by DanWrite A Review
- Additional Info
- Net Weight:
- 4.73 oz
Packaged in a foil-lined pouch with an oxygen absorber.
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