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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Pillsbury Egg Scrambles Score


Once again I diverge from my title of Money Saving Tech Tips.   Eggs are not too technical.   I am a big fan of breakfast.  (some may say I am just a big fan of food)  I am not a big fan of lots of dishes and clean up.   This new product from Pillsbury appeared in the frozen breakfast section of my local supermarket.   Always willing to sample new breakfast items, ok willing to try practically any new food item, I bought a couple.

The package is a microwave in the bag type.   I like those, one less dish to clean and it is kind of green in you are getting a dual purpose use out of the packaging.  I suppose if you are living in a frat house you could up that to a tri-purpose thing and eat right out of the bag saving both cooking and serving dishes.  

The pricing was better than the Jimmy Dean Delights I often eat.   The calories were slightly higher, 300 vs Jimmy’s 260.   I found the end product appealing looking and even more important quite tasty.   I thought it was flavorful and didn’t need as much of my green Tabasco sauce as I usually cover packaged egg products with.   I was a bit concerned about the cheese sauce as it had the appearance of cheese in a can but it turned out to be more than palatable. 

This is worth trying if you are a breakfast person who wants to avoid a lot of cleanup and hassle.  

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