In March’s meal-in-a-jar email I sent out instructions for how to make these cute little egg jars (or baggies) that you can cook up quickly and have a hot, healthy omelet ready to go in minutes. The mushrooms and green peppers are on sale in March so it’s a great time to stock up on the ingredients to make these.
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Single Serving 1/2 pint jars (makes about 25 jars)
- 1/4 cup Thrive scrambled egg mix (1 #10 can)
- 1 T. Thrive chopped onions (1 pantry can)
- 2 T. Thrive green bell peppers (1 pantry can)
- 2 T. Thrive mushrooms (1 pantry can)
- 2 T. Thrive sausage crumbles (optional – 1 pantry can)
- 1 T. Thrive cheddar cheese (optional – 1 pantry can)
When ready to serve, add 1/2 cup water to your jar and shake well. Spray a large coffee mug with pam spray and pour egg mixture in. Microwave for 30 seconds and stir. Microwave for 1 more minute. Eat! Thanks to my friend Tracy for the idea to do this in a jar.
The Scrambled Egg Mix is a little pricy so you can also do these without the eggs included and just add to fresh eggs in the morning as you scramble them. They will hydrate while the eggs cook and make a delicious veggie egg scramble. When I’m doing them without eggs I just use a little ziplock bag as shown above. You can also do with or without the sausage/cheese and add more veggies instead.
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- Jodi Weiss Schroeder
Love these single serve recipes. More please.
Louise Amick says
I need to buy the contents to make these. Can these be prepared in a pan if the electricity is off in an emergency situation: ex. Severe story, blizzard etc if one has the means to cook them. I have a one burner butane stove I can use.
Jodi Weiss says
Yes you can totally cook them on a butane stove!
I cook for a vegan couple…can I use a substitute for eggs like chia seeds?
I have a yummy vegan sausage recipe using lentils, made it into a wrap and they loved it.
Also do you have a recipe for pancakes with blueberries….thank you for your time.