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You Won't Feel Like You "Cracked Up" if You Try Just Crack an Egg!

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We talked to Diane from IL and here’s what she had to say:

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Tell us about the flavor of Just Crack an Egg.

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I picked the Denver Scramble. I really enjoyed the fresh ingredients combined with fresh eggs. The taste was delicious; it was hot and so easy to cook. I chose to use two eggs and I liked that proportion of egg to ingredients. I would definitely buy this product again!
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Just Crack an Egg lets you have a savory breakfast scramble every morning [even the ones when you hit snooze a few too many times]. What did you think of the convenience of Just Crack an Egg?

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The preparation and cleanup for Just Crack an Egg are simple. Pull the cover off the bowl, take out the packages, crack one or two eggs in the bowl, pour in the contents of each really-easy-to-open packet, stir it up, and place in the microwave. You stir it once and in a little over a minute you have a hot, delicious single-serve meal. The packages, the cover, and the eggshells go in the garbage and that is it! It’s so easy and fast.
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How will you elevate your next Just Crack an Egg?

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I want to try the other two flavors for sure. I also was thinking I could add some cooked bacon to the All American Scramble and an extra bit of cheese. Yum! I could add an English muffin or toast on the side with some fruit and coffee to complete a great breakfast.
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Breakfast doesn’t just give you energy for the day, it provides time to start your day with the ones you love. What’s your favorite breakfast memory?

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My favorite breakfast memory is my mom making French toast on Sunday morning. We always went to church early so by the time we ate, we were all really hungry. Mom never disappointed us when she cooked.

Just Crack an Egg is really delicious and I will definitely buy it again.

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