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JEDIGIRL76
Posts: 50
1/17/11 9:05 P

I bought a little microwave egg cooker from walmart. It looks like a clam shell tupperware. I put in my scrambled egg, mushrooms, peppers, and ham and cook for 1 min. When it comes out, I top it with a little cheese and close the lid. The cheese melts in a min or 2.



SHELBSYD
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1/17/11 6:50 P

I've made egg beaters in the microwave before. All I did is pour the amount I want, mix it up, add some pepper and microwave for 30 seconds, stir and microwave for another 30 seconds or so, until it's to the firmness I like.

I heated my omelet today and it turned out fine! I heated it with my veggies for about 1 minute and it was so good and so filling. Tomorrow is oatmeal and then I am doing the egg again on Wednesday!!



ELIZABETHC4
Posts: 107
1/17/11 6:04 P

How do you make them in the microwave? I've never tried it before, but I'd totally like to.



GRACIESMOM70
Posts: 1,345
1/17/11 12:35 P

Yes, I used to do just that- now that there are microwaves do not bother because you can make fresh in same time as heating.



ELLEN0407
Posts: 2,037
1/17/11 6:57 A

i think so but you can make them in the MW in like 2 min so why do it ahead of time



LORANNEBRONZE
Posts: 726
1/16/11 9:47 P

It should be if you don't heat it up too long and maybe put a wet paper towel over it so it doesn't dry out.



SHELBSYD
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1/16/11 9:25 P

Hi,

I want an omelet for breakfast for work tomorrow, if I make one tonight and stick it in the fridge, do you think it will be ok heated up?

Thanks!

Jennifer



 
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