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  • 2 one-cup servings
  • 30 year taste guarantee
  • Allergens: egg, milk, wheat, soy
  • Just add water—plan easier, travel lighter and eat heartier
  • For nearly 50 years, Mountain House has been a premier choice of campers and backpackers; it has a proven history of reliability and, most importantly, delicious flavor
  • Mountain House meals are perfect for camping, backpacking, travel and emergency preparedness
  • Nutrition facts displayed here and on packaging may differ; information on packaging reflects actual contents

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Ingredients: freeze-dried hash browns (potatoes, vegetable oil [contains one or more of the following: canola oil, cottonseed oil, palm oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil], disodium dihydrogen pyrophosphate, dextrose), freeze-dried precooked eggs (whole eggs, egg yolks, nonfat dry milk, modified corn starch, corn oil, salt, yeast extract, sunflower oil, smoke flavor, xanthan gum), freeze-dried pork sausage (pork, salt, spices, sugar, textured vegetable protein [soy flour, salt]), freeze-dried red and green bell peppers, freeze-dried chopped onions. Allergens: eggs, milk, soy, wheat.

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Best Use Backpacking
Serving Size 1 cup
Servings per Container 2 serving(s)
Calories Per Serving 400
Calories from Fat 220
Total Fat 24 grams
Saturated Fat 7 grams
Trans Fat 0 grams
Cholesterol 245 milligrams
Sodium 920 milligrams
Carbohydrates 30 grams
Potassium 0 milligrams
Dietary Fiber 4 grams
Sugars 5 grams
Protein 14 grams
Meat Pork
Net Weight 4.73 ounces
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad, not great, could be improved While this works okay with a tortilla and some hot sauce, its own texture is disappointing. The flavor doesn't have any major vices. It was generally mushy with a modest flavor. While we shorted the water some on the recipe (and adjusted cook time for altitude while using an insulated wrap) the mixture was still too wet when cooked. Perhaps larger/heartier/crispier chunks for some key components would address that? As a morning meal this works as long as one has hot sauce and wraps (as we did.) I wouldn't recommend it without. I would probably give it a 3.5 out of 5 if I could. I would recommend it to a friend with the reservations noted. We will most likely use it again.
Date published: 2013-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent trail breakfast Made these with a buddy while doing a quick overnight backpacking trip. We both agreed this meal was one of the better freeze-dried meals available. The meal had great texture, lots of flavor, no excess water (so the eggs were great, not watery). However, I don't know who decided that this was a single serving dish. We are both mid-twenties guys who can eat our fair share on the trail, and we found that we could both make a huge burrito and there was still a little bit left over in the bag. This is definitely a two-serving bag of food.
Date published: 2010-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from seriously YUMMY! We LOVE this breakfast! We tried it for the first time during a car camping trip out near Yosemite. We used 2 packages each morning for 5 campers (3 men, 2 women) and we still had a little leftovers each morning which we coaxed 2 of the younger men to finish off. To make this "perfect" breakfast item even better we added grated cheddar cheese, sour cream, and an assortment of salsas. We used the smaller soft taco type of tortillas, and everyone was able to eat 2-3 breakfast burritos each morning. It was so easy to make also, follow directions and give it a couple extra mins of "cook" time.
Date published: 2011-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great way to start the day. This was probably the best freeze-dried breakfast I've ever had. Sausage, peppers, onion, hash brown bits and egg? So good. Slap it on a tortilla and call it a meal. We brought some salsa packets along for a little extra flavor, but it even tasted good once the salsa ran out. Not watery like many egg breakfast meals. Also, unless you really like a huge breakfast, this is easily enough food for two people. We would have eaten it the next morning as well if I had brought more along.
Date published: 2010-09-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Good Picked this one up based on the reviews I read. Tried it this weekend and I have to say, it is pretty good. We used four 8" spinach wraps to make smaller portions. As other reviewers have stated, some salsa or picante sauce would add that extra someting. This was very tasty and not runny. Altough I would recommend that you stir everything well before dishing up. Seems the larger pieces float to the top, leaving the bottom portion more of a well-seasoned sauce type mixture. All in all, pretty decent...and a good way to use the remaining wraps we had from the chicken salad that was very tasty too.
Date published: 2011-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome! this is a really good breakfast right here! very good eggs, and the addition of hash browns was genius! I eat this with tortillas and if you have it, hot sauce, it makes for a great breakfast. the only problem I have is if you add to much water, I always add just a little less than recommended and then add more if its needed. (watery burritos are not good)
Date published: 2013-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yummy Breakfast! I actually had this for breakfast with Sampsonite (first review)while we were backpacking. It was awesome. We cooked up the first bag and it made about one burrito each. It was really good, so we cooked up the second bag. I was totally stuffed, we even had leftovers for the dog (granted, it's a small dog). And the taco bell sauce is really good with it -- adds that extra little kick. I also added a little garlic powder, salt, and pepper on the second batch from my little spice container before cooking to just flavor it up a little more. Mucho better.
Date published: 2010-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good and Filling This is certainly not as good as my home-made breakfast scramble that i do in a dutch oven at base camp...but fantastic for what it is. When we need to go light, this is a great choice. I eat a lot, but this stuff is very son and I can share one pack of it if we use tortillas to make breakfast burritos and we are adequately full until lunch. I was very surprised and pleased by this product.
Date published: 2012-10-26
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What it means 1 cup boiling water? Haw much it will be in litres? Can I use half portion for one person and left dried mixture for next time?

Asked by: DariusB
Mountain House recommends adding 1.5 cups (.35 liters) of boiling water to make 2 services (1 pouch) of the Breakfast Skillet. It is possible to divide the food into single servings.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-26

Are the eggs in this similar to what's found in the "scrambled eggs and bacon" also from mountain house?

Asked by: chickenfried
Yes. They are similar.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-26
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