Packaged Food

‘Just Crack An Egg’ Lets You Create Instant Scrambles In The Microwave

When I picture breakfast in my head, the first food I see is an egg. The versatile ingredient is the foundation for so many breakfast dishes that it’s become synonymous in my noggin’ for decades now.

For anyone who’s prone to running late for work, but still enjoys a hearty breakfast, there’s a new product too keep an eye out for in the grocery aisle.

Called Just Crack an Egg, the instant meal can be found in the egg aisle of grocery stores. Each container is filled with diced vegetables, meat, cheese, and potatoes.

Like the name suggests, all you need to do is crack a single egg into the ingredient-filled container. Then, just mix the scramble up and throw it in the microwave.

Currently, there are four versions to choose from: Denver (Ham, Mild Cheddar Cheese, Onions, Green Peppers and Diced Potatoes), All-American (Uncured Bacon, Sharp Cheddar Cheese and Diced Potatoes) Ultimate (Sausage, Mild Cheddar Cheese, Onions, Green and Red Peppers and Diced Potatoes), and Rustic (Turkey Sausage, Mozzarella Cheese, Mushrooms, Onions, Red Peppers and Diced Potatoes).

If you’re looking for something hearty to shake up your routine of Pop-Tarts and a single banana, this could be it. Just note that you probably shouldn’t use the same fork you mixed the raw egg with to eat your finished scramble.

Fast Food What's New

Chick-fil-A Goes National With Hash Brown Scramble Breakfast Bowl

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

We still haven’t forgiven Chick-fil-A for taking away the Spicy Chicken Biscuit. Sure, we’re living in the past instead of moving on with our lives, but the breakfast sandwich was just that damn good.

Still, if the fast-casual chicken chain hatches out more hearty breakfast items like this new Hash Brown Scramble, we could probably forgive and forget little more quickly.

The bowl features a bed of Chick-fil-A’s “tot” style hash browns topped with scrambled eggs and a blend of Monterey Jack and cheddar cheese. Customers can choose between sliced Chick-fil-A nuggets or sausage as a protein. Each bowl is also served with jalapeño salsa.

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Initially in select testing locations, the Hash Brown Scramble is officially available nationwide at all participating Chick-fil-A locations. Unfortunately, the new item will be replacing the chain’s current Breakfast Burrito.

They give, and they taketh away. Sigh.

Fast Food Hit-Or-Miss Video

Watch Hot Wheels Dramatically Collide With Eggs In Super Slow Motion

Growing up, we loved collecting Hot Wheels toy cars. Racing them down bookshelves and crashing them into toy soldiers, it was all part of a growing up with a semi-decent imagination.

Kids seem to be getting a little more creative these days. The dudes over at popular YouTube channel Gabe and Garrett created a video highlighting Hot Wheels stunts using farm fresh eggs.

Shot in super slow motion, the cars race off the track and collide with the eggs in a sick, sizzling reel of plastic and poultry. Sure, it’s a waste of perfectly good eggs, but it’s still pretty fascinating to watch.

Check out the video for a hearty dose of egg-cracking’ action.

Features News Recipes

Recipe: TC90 Breakfast Scramble

So, I have been doing 7am workouts, and trust me it’s hard. I usually go to sleep at 4-5am. and get up around 1-2pm. Flipping my sleepy habits definitely made me hungry, and after reading as many food blogs as I do on the daily, making a breakfast scramble was a must. I put together all the necessary ingredients (or atleast what was in my fridge) and made what I will call the TC90 Breakfast Scramble. Check out how to make this, and all the pictures after the jump!


Pic of the Day: Egg Scramble Quiche

This is getting made as soon as possible! (Thx Pioneer Woman)