Granted no one was really moving too early as we all were up well past midnight, just hanging out around the campfire. Most of the adults were enjoying the quiet and some caffeine before the chaos. Slowly, hammocks started moving, tent zippers started opening and sleepy yawns emerged.
Next order of business, feeding the crowd!
How do you feed breakfast to about 25 people while camping, including a group of hungry teenage boys?
Sarah had a fabulous solution for getting everyone fed in a timely manner while at the same time giving them options!
The bags were cooked for about 13 minutes in boiling water. Keep in mind, if you do 3 eggs, you will need to add about 5 minutes of cooking time. 4 eggs plus topping was too much as it was too hard to get everything cooked thru
While it may seen like 13 minutes to cook an omelet might seem like longer than cooking one in a pan, with this method, you can cook as many bags at one time that will fit in your stock pot! We were cooking an average of 6 at a time. Plus it was easy to keep track of who’s breakfast was who’s because everyone had their name on their bag! We just called out names as they were cooked.
So, when it comes to eggs and omelets, what are you favorite toppings?