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Fast And Convenient Can Still Be Healthy.

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We talked to Bryce from MN 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 got the Ultimate Scramble and I enjoyed the convenience. I used two eggs, and there was still plenty of room in the bowl so I didn’t have to worry about spilling when steering. I like the flavor, but I wasn’t a fan of the texture of the egg once cooked. I could see myself definitely buying this for when I need to eat breakfast in a hurry, but this isn’t something I would eat every day.
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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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I like how fast you can make your food by having the ingredients all in one spot in the right serving size. You are not reaching for multiple items out of the fridge and putting them all back. The convenience of a disposable cup also allows you to take it with you in the car and finish eating on the way to work.
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How will you elevate your next Just Crack an Egg?

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If I buy this again, I would add Italian seasoning, salt and pepper to it. I didn’t add any seasoning this time, so I could see how it tastes by just following the instructions
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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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When I was a young kid, I would always wake up early on Saturdays to prepare a big egg, pancake, and bacon breakfast for my family of 7. I love making breakfast food, and I loved the time we got to share together and talk about how our week.
You can have a fast and convenient breakfast, while still making sure it’s healthy.
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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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