Scrambled eggs in a bag on outdoor camping grills

Most people use outdoor gas grills to cook hot dogs, brats, hamburgers or steaks.  But you can also use your outdoor grill to make scrammbled eggs… not in a frying pan but in a bag.  and they are excellent.  You save time at the campsite and most importantly, you don’t end up with a big mess that needs cleaning.  Here’s what you do.

Stansport High Output Prop Stove & Camping Grills

Stansport High Output Prop Stove & Camping Grills

Before you even leave your home, make enough scrambled eggs and bacon on your stove for all of the people that are going to be eating the eggs when you get to your camp site.  Store the eggs and bacon in a large Tupperware bowl or a zip lock bag and put it in the refrigerator or cooler.  Bring some green peppers, mushrooms, onions, and tomatoes to dice up when you get to the camp site.  Bring a large zip lock bag and a paper plate with a plastic fork for everyone who will be eating.  When everyone wakes up in the morning, boil a large pot of water on your outdoor camping grills and dice up all the peppers, mushrooms, onions and tomatoes.  Then give everyone their own large zip lock bag and have them fill it with your scrambled eggs and bacon.  Let them add what ever they want from the peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes and onions to their zip lock bag.  Zip the bag shut and drop it into the boiling water for a few minutes.  Take the bag out of the water are eat the eggs right out of the bag or put the contents of the bag on a paper plate and enjoy.   The family will love it.

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