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Family-Made: Just Crack An Egg

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We talked to Ronald from OK 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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Right off, I liked that this product required a real egg and that the ingredients were in separate pouches. That way, I could exclude something I might not like. It had good, quality ingredients, but it was bland. It needed salt and pepper, but it smelled extremely good right out of the microwave. This product is definitely something I would buy again.
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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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Just Crack an Egg requires little to no preparation time. It was just a matter of opening the pouches and dumping their contents into the cup with the egg. Cleanup was even easier: All I had to do was wash my fork and throw away the cup.
Q
How will you elevate your next Just Crack an Egg?

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I would like to add some extra cheese and roll this up into a tortilla to make a breakfast burrito. I would like to try the All American Scramble. Maybe I’ll even make some hash browns to mix with them and add to the burrito.
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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 family likes to get together on the weekends and make breakfast. We usually make breakfast burritos, but with little kids, it’s difficult to let them help without risking their safety. Just Crack an Egg has become a staple in our breakfast routine. The kids love getting to crack their own eggs and make their own fillings for their burritos.
This is an excellent product that has become my family’s go-to breakfast item!
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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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