One of the best things I have done at school is our omlette in a mug.
I’ll be honest, I got tired of hearing “When I go to college, I am living on ramen noodles”. I had the same thought process my senior year in high school because that’s what we are told in society. I quickly learned that ramen noodles were GROSS!
I have since found a way to tolerate them but I cannot tell you the last time I ate ramen noodles (though, I hear there are some pretty good restaurants in Dallas that serve ramen noodles… may have to check that out). Anyways, I wanted to get them out of the midset that they had to live on that kind of food.
So we made omlettes in a mug. The great thing about this is you can pick your own toppings. My students were in two groups and each group picked what they wanted based on the things I left out (bacon, peppers, onion, ect…). They made theirs, chopped it up and shared both with the entire class. What a creative idea!
- 1 or 2 eggs
- Any ingredients you might like, i.e.: bacon bits, peppers, onions, cheese
- Mix all ingredients together.
- Place in the microwave for one minute. If it's not finished put in for about thirty seconds longer. Cook until finished and there is no runny egg left.