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Microwave The Perfect Omelette, No Skill(et)s Required

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This simple salty omelette will wow both your mom and your taste buds.

Whether you’re rushing to make it to work on time, or you’re struggling to get out of bed after a wild night out, mornings can be tricky for anyone. Why not start your day off nice and easy with a petite omelette that requires but one bowl and one spoon to clean up afterward?


  • 1 egg
  • shredded cheese
  • milk
  • salt
  • pepper
  • instant bouillon
  • crumbled bacon
  • bowl
  • spoon
  1. Crack an egg into a small bowl.
  2. Add a sprinkle of shredded cheese and crumbled bacon, a dash of salt, pepper, and instant bouillon, and a splash of milk.
  3. Mix all ingredients with a spoon using light, rapid movement.
  4. Microwave for one minute.Screen Shot 2016-02-17 at 2.03.28 PMIncrease or decrease the amount of seasonings, meat, cheese, and other fillings to your choosing, but remember to keep it short and sweet! You’ll be ready to take on the day ahead of you in no time.Screen Shot 2016-02-17 at 2.03.51 PM

This New Trend Has People Adding Marshmallows To Eggs


A new trend in Japan has people throwing marshmallows into their eggs and making omelets. Growing in popularity, the new cooking method yields for a sweet result.

A substitute for sugar, marshmallows are used and added to eggs. The recipe calls for only a few ingredients overall: eggs, marshmallows, oil, dashi (soup stock) and soy sauce.


While tricky at first, RocketNews 24 reports that you have to intertwine the eggs and marshmallows rather than mix them. Think of it like soft scrambled eggs. Move it around slowly as it cooks.

Finding a balance between heat and folding the eggs, one can create quick scrambled eggs or sweet omelets. If properly executed, what you get is a sweet and savory amalgam of eggs that have the sweet fluffiness of marshmallows.

Photos: Rocket News


There’s A Super Mario Cafe Opening In Japan


In honor of the 30th anniversary of Super Mario Bros., Japan is opening a Mario-themed restaurant in Tokyo. However, unlike most novelty cafes, this one will only be around for a couple short weeks.

In a collaboration with Tower Records, the cafe will feature a variety of menu items inspired by the iconic video game. Among them are a Super Star Rice Omelet, Bowser’s Taco Rice, Ground Stage Waffle, Block Tiramisu, Princess Peach Panna Cotta, Piranha Plant Soda and a Mario Latte.

Sure it’s gimmicky, but some of these dishes look pretty delicious.

The pop-up will be being June 22 and will run through July 5. Anyone in the Tokyo area be sure to check it out, the next one might not happen for another 30 years.


Fast Food

Carl’s Jr. Stuffs Two Omelets into a Biscuit, Loads of Cheese and Meat


Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s are packing twice as many omelets this week with their new breakfast entry, the Double Loaded Omelet Biscuit. Because there’s no time these days to sit down and enjoy an omelet, the fast food chain has sandwiched a couple eggy babies between two biscuits. Hey, you won’t hear any complaints on our end. We’re drooling over here.

The Double Loaded Omelet Biscuit features two folded-egg omelets stuffed with sausage, bacon, ham, and shredded Jack and cheddar cheeses. Because two types of cheeses weren’t enough, the sandwich is topped with yet another slice of cheese, this time American. All that is served between two “Made from Scratch” Carl’s biscuits.

Patrons can purchase the Double Loaded Omelet Biscuit for either $2.79 individually or for $4.49 in a combo meal that comes with Hash Rounds and a beverage; prices may vary depending on the location. The biscuit sandwich will be available today at all Hardee’s locations and on October 22 at all Carl’s Jr. locations.

We hope biscuits are getting cool again because, honestly, they’re the most under-appreciated breakfast starch around. Everyone seems to go for the waffles and the wraps these days. #biscuitlove

H/T GrubGrade


A Sleeping Omelet Bear So Cute You Could Eat It


When we first stumbled upon this picture on the internetz, our intern Erika remarked, “I hate when people make really adorable food because then you feel really bad eating it.” We’re guessing it has something to do with how peaceful the lil’ guy looks sleeping under his eggy blanket and his adorable cheese ears . . . all cooked to perfection. Mmm, throw some bacon and Tabasco sauce on this super presh omelet and I’d have no problem calling it a day.

Come on, you can’t tell me that doesn’t sound tasty. Pair it with a mimosa and it’s practically bearrrunch. Ooo, bad joke, I know.

H/T Neatorama

Fast Food

McDonald’s Turkey Has a Breakfast Menu that Actually Looks Fresh & Healthy

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I did a double take on this one. Apparently, McDonald’s Turkey sells a “Turkish Breakfast Menu” that features a vibrant offering of sliced cucumbers, olives, tomatoes, feta cheese, an omelet and an English muffin. This is a far cry from the Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit spilling over with grease and delicious calories back here in America. Turkey’s Breakfast Menu not only looks like it’s good for you but more like something you’d throw together in your own kitchen, than something from Mickey D’s.


While our friends over at RocketNews24 claim that they’d “still pick the American one given the choice,” we’d be tempted to try a bite of that feta cheese + omelet combo.

H/T + PicThx RocketNews24


Craving: Peanut Butter and Jelly Omelet

Yeah, you read it correctly, peanut butter and jelly omelet! What! There are two ways to look at this piece of work: a dish cluster filled with cholesterol and saturated fat. Or the correct way, a masterpiece that is surrounded by childhood memories and thinking this dish is going to be nasty! (Thx CDF)


Craving: Pancetta N' Parmwich

Parmesan cheese crisps engulf a stray bit of omelet and two pancetta crisps. Looks like an interesting breakfast, carbs, proteins, dairy, green garnish. I’m starving. (PicThx InsaneWiches)