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We talked to Derek from TX 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 had the All American flavor of Just Crack an Egg. The small packages were all really easy to open. Plenty of bacon and cheese were included. The cup seemed solid and held up after microwaving. Over all, the product was simple, quick and tasted pretty good. Just Crack an Egg is a nice fast way to get a meal while headed out the door in the morning.
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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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First off Just Crack an Egg is simple to open and prepare. All items are individually wrapped so if you don’t want an item you don’t have to mix it in. Crack the egg and stir. Zap it and you’re done. What more is there to say? It’s good and when you’re done, toss in the trash and rinse your fork.
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How will you elevate your next Just Crack an Egg?

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I’d love to see an all meat Just Crack an Egg and no potatoes. Just bacon and sausage, or bacon and ham, and of course cheese, would be tasty. I could easily see cooking Just Crack an Egg and then dumping onto a tortilla and having a breakfast taco.
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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 memory would have to be anytime I got to wake up to the smell of bacon filling the air when I’d stay at my grandparents’. They would always would get everyone up and into the kitchen early in the morning. It was always a fun time to gather and make memories.
Open, crack, mix, stir and zap. Out the door you go and it is tasty.
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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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