Breakfast Skillet pouches are easy to bring and easy to prepare. This breakfast item contains a delicious mix of hashbrowns, scrambled eggs, crumbled pork patties, peppers, and onions. The pouch contains two servings.
Storing and bringing food into the outdoors can be as complicated as fresh eggs and as simple as a meal from Mountain House. Both have their time and place. If you’re not in the mood to lug a cast-iron skillet around you could opt for the Breakfast Skillet from Mountain House. This dish transports easily and can be prepared with hot or cold water.
Over the years we have tried many different types of breakfast items when out and about. Mountain House usually tops that list. The Mountain House Breakfast Skillet can be stored for up to 30 years.
Preparing the Breakfast Skillet is a delight. All you need is two cups of boiling water. If you are not in a place where you can do dishes you can eat directly out of the pouch. We recommend using the Rakuen long-handled spork since it will reach all the way into the bottom of the pouch.