- Label Info
% Daily Value Serving Size 1 Cup (43 g) Dry Mix
(Makes 3/4 cup prepared)
Servings Per Container Apx 1.5 Amount Per Serving Calories 210 Calories From Fat 110 Total Fat 13 g 19% Saturated Fat 5 g 25% Trans Fat 0 g Cholesterol 340 mg 114% Sodium 710 mg 30% Potassium 270 mg 8% Total Carbohydrate 8 g 3% Dietary Fiber 0 g 1% Sugars 5 g Protein 17 g 34% Vitamin A 8% Vitamin C 2% Calcium 20% Iron 8%
Ingredients: Freeze Dried Precooked Scrambled Eggs: Whole Eggs, Egg Yolks, Nonfat Dry Milk, Modified Corn Starch, Corn Oil, Salt, Yeast Extract, Sunflower Oil, Smoked Flavor, Xanthan Gum. Bacon: Bacon (cured with water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphates, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite, and Smoke Flavor.)
Allergens:Contains: Eggs, Milk.
Directions: Easy to Prepare:
Makes about one 8 oz. serving
1. Open package at tear notch. Remove and discard oxygen absorber from pouch. (The oxygen absorber is a safe, non-toxic material. It ensures product freshness.)
2. Carefully add 1 cup (8 oz) boiling water to pouch.
3. Stir thoroughly and close zipper om top of pouch. Let stand 5-6 minutes.
4. Carefully drain excess water from pouch. Serve. For your convenience, eat right out of the pouch.
Scrambled Eggs with Bacon Review
I tried this pouch a few days ago and will let everyone know that this was my first time trying freeze dried anything. I wasn't sure what to expect but was pleasantly surprised. The eggs had a decent firm texture and OK flavor. They were a bit grainy though. The bacon was very crisp with good flavor and added a nice texture to the eggs. If I was comparing this to fresh eggs & bacon I would rate it a 6 out of 10. For camping it would get an 8 and for emergencies a 10.
Posted on 3/14/13 by Redroc
Other reviews I had read rated these pretty high. Gave them a try and to my suprise not bad at all. The texture seemed just a little different but well worth the purchase.
Posted on 2/22/13 by ken
Yes you will need to drain away the excess water after rehydrating but wow we really liked these eggs. They were moist and tasty plus the bacon adds that extra smokey flavor. Even tastier with tobasco sauce. Will keep plenty on hand.
Posted on 7/6/12 by Annie
OK in an emergency
First I will say it was a very generious portion enough for my husband and I. However the flavor was pretty OK even with salt & pepper. I would use it for emergency though.
Posted on 5/10/12 by Trish
they are great
I think they are great. I add a little butter to the frying pan when cooking them.
Posted on 5/8/11 by C Perschka
I ate them without adding water and they tasted grate!!! And the amount could serve 2... Loved them!!!
Posted on 2/25/11 by Mel
The GOOD NEWS is, this is such a generous serving that I had to double check the package to make sure it wasn't a 2-person serving. But no, it's just for one person! The BAD NEWS is, I had to add plenty of ketchup to make it taste good (and I don't normally add ketchup to my eggs). Otherwise, it's more than adequate for camping and for disaster scenarios.
Posted on 6/17/10 by MCWrite A Review
- Additional Info
Packaged in a foil-lined pouch with an oxygen absorber.
Net Weight: 2.25 oz
Mountain House, a part of Oregon Freeze Dry, pioneered freeze dried food creating a lighter weight, better tasting meal. Mountain house has been trusted to feed troops in every theater of combat since the 1960s. Their 40-year legacy has provided high quality, fully cooked, nutritious meals for troops and citizens alike. Click here to access video clips and learn more about this great brand.