• Mountain House - Scrambled Eggs w/ Bacon - One Color
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Mountain House Scrambled Eggs w/ Bacon

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    Tech Specs

    Protein:
    eggs, bacon, wonderful bacon
    Calories:
    210
    Servings Per Container:
    1.5
    Allergens:
    eggs, milk
    Claimed Weight:
    2.25 oz
    Recommended Use:
    backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    limited lifetime

    Start your day with a tasty scramble.

    If your idea of a good meal in the backcountry consists of a handful of dried fruit and some flavorless gruel, then by all means, go right ahead. However, if you want something a bit closer to actual food, cook up a pouch of Scrambled Eggs w/ Bacon from Mountain House and enjoy breakfast just like Mom used to make. Y'know, provided your mom was cooking in an industrial kitchen and sealing the meals into convenient, easy-to-cook pouches.

    • One-and-a-half servings per pouch
    • Precooked scrambled eggs and bacon
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    surprisingly delicious

      just don't add as much water as it calls for and it's actually enjoyable.

      Better than I thought

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

      I never bought a breakfast item from MH before and thought I'd give this one a try. Tasted better than I thought, my friend threw some extra bacon in there and it was awesome.

      No thanks

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

      Loved the pasta and some of the other dinner meals, but the eggs were terrible in my opinion.

      Awesome

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      So good, but don't use as much water as they say. This is my go to breakfast for all my trips.

      Great! but go light on the water.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Good taste. Hits the spot on a long backpacking trip when you've had enough Cliff Bars or Oatmeal breakfasts. Just make sure to go a little light on the water or you'll have soggy egg soup instead.

      Add less water

        This breakfast is much better if you add a little bit less water than what is suggested. It seems pretty good with that adjustment.

        Hard to beat in a hurry

          Great. Try lasagna for dinner.

          Perfect Backpacking Breakfast

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I tend to agree w/ the other reviews. Very tasty and a good source of protein in the morning. I'll also have these when I'm car camping (added cheese makes it very tasty). I've had some interesting-tasting freeze dried eggs before, and these are much better.

          Better than I could have guessed

            These were my first experience with freeze dried eggs. Mixed with the bacon they had great flavored and pretty decent texture. Great early morning protein. Combo these with some coffee and fruit and you have a gourmet breakfast. When I car camp, I can bring cheese and make these unreal

            haters gana hate

              I have heard to stay away from freeze dried eggs. I thought these were damn good. The little bacon bites were great for texture too. I did use less water than recommended.

              Better than expected

                I had heard bad things about freeze dried eggs. I thought these were very good.

                Tis Tasty

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

                I haven't had anything from Mountain House that I didn't like. Can't go wrong with eggs and bacon.