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Breakfast: You'll Never Skip It Again!

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We talked to Robert from WI and here’s what he had to say:

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Tell us about the flavor of Just Crack an Egg.

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I purchased the All American Scramble because it’s essentially what I would make for breakfast if I had the time. I wasn’t expecting much, but I was pleasantly surprised by how good it it was. The ingredients were first rate, and it took just over a minute before I was eating. The only drawback was that it was only three ounces. I could eat a whole plate of something this good, but this isn’t my local hash house, and I didn’t pay $10. This is something that I plan on buying from now on.
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Just Crack an Egg lets you have a savory breakfast scramble every morning [even the ones when you hit snooze a few too many times]. What did you think of the convenience of Just Crack an Egg?

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This is the best thing I’ve bought in months. It’s ready in a minute, and there are no dishes to wash. It’s delicious and a no-brainer.
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How will you elevate your next Just Crack an Egg?

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These cups are so good that the only thing I would add is some Pleasoning seasoning and a little pepper. If I tried to add anything else, I would need to buy three because I would already be done eating the first two by the time I would get out anything to add.
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Breakfast doesn’t just give you energy for the day, it provides time to start your day with the ones you love. What’s your favorite breakfast memory?

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My favorite breakfast memories are from my Grandma’s house. She made her own hash browns from the leftover boiled potatoes from the night before and fried them in bacon grease. I’m 46 years old and still can’t make them as good as she did.
The minute it takes to make Just Crack an Egg is the best minute you’ll spend in the morning.
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In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of Ore-Ida.

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