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    Eggs that come in an unbreakable shell.

    Now you can bring the eggs. Mountain House's Precooked Scrambled Eggs with Bacon yields enough for two, half-cup servings. It's the easy way to make breakfast. Just add boiling water to the pouch and watch the sun come up while you eat.
    • Item #MHS0017

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    Pouch Cook
    Burnable Package
    Total Carbohydrates
    12 g
    Total Fat
    19 g
    Saturated Fat
    5 g
    25 g
    510 mg
    1060 g
    Dietary Fiber
    0 g
    8 g
    Freeze Dried Precooked Scrambled Eggs: (whole eggs, egg yolks, nonfat dry milk, modified corn starch, corn oil, salt, yeast extact, sunflower oil and smoke flavor, xanthan gum). BACON: Bacon (cured with water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphates, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite), and Smoke Flavor Contains: Eggs, Milk
    Claimed Weight
    1.25 oz
    Recommended Use
    Feeding time

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    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I was genuinely surprised to discover how much I liked this. Being freeze dried, pre cooked eggs, I wasn't expecting much. I bought this meal after hearing a friend say it wasn't a bad way to go for an easy breakfast. I noticed that you should use less water than instructed (much less than other meals), or some draining of excess liquid might be needed.

    not bad

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    i will usually take one or two of these on a trip and oatmeal and granola the rest of the days. I eat this one day one, and then the last day.
    They are simple and taste ok. you just need to use a bit less water than called for, and drain the excess water if you have any after its done soaking.
    It is one of the few MH meals I wouldnt eat at home, but its good on the trail.

    Not satisfied.

      In my opinion, these eggs are mediocre at best. It is nice to wake up to a warm meal in the backcountry, but I can not get past the texture and the taste. Freeze dried eggs are about as good as they sound, and lets be honest, they don't sound good. I was impressed with the bacon. Great taste and texture, but that does not out weigh the eggs. Also, make sure you dump out some of the water. I personally am sticking to oatmeal.

      Good Eggs That Will Get You By

      The Mountain House scrambled eggs w/ bacon tastes good. The Mountain House scrambled eggs w/ bacon has very natural flavor, nothing fake tasting really , with the exception of the egg texture. The eggs are a tad solid feeling, unlike fresh made scrambled eggs which are light, but this is a frieze dried meal so that is to be expected. This Mountain House scrambled eggs w/ bacon is a great morning meal, packs small and light. Made in the USA, always a plus! Berz Rating: 86/100

      Pleasantly surprised, but prefer the ham/peppers version

        Let's be honest, freeze-dried eggs do NOT sound good. But these are actually not too bad(especially after a long hike when you are starving). Make sure you drain the extra water. I still prefer the Ham/Pepper version of this because it has a lot more flavor but you could add some pepper/salt to spice this up a bit. For two people, I like to pair one bag of eggs with one bag of the granola w/milk and blueberries for a great breakfast that provides lots of energy.

        Great breakfast

          This is a great breakfast from mountain house. One thing I've noticed with mountain house is the recommended amount of water is always to much. Not a biggie though just drain the excess water. This is really good for coming out of a package. The eggs can be a little mushy, but it still tasted great. I would recommend this to anyone.

          Eggs hold flavor

            The title might make it seem that this is a good thing, but in my experience, the eggs taste bacon-ish and are nothing like eggs you'd make at home. With the rest of their meals (especially their pasta ones) the food tastes like it was just cooked. The eggs, unfortunately, do not. Maybe I used too much water.

            My backcountry menu:

              Rather than write a small review for each individual item I recently purchased I thought I would share it all in one concise review. (Note with most Mountain House I add 2-3 oz less than it recommends)


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