Ziploc Bag Omelet

Mom doing Laundry at
Apparently Allison thinks I’m the Laundry Queen! She thinks I can get any stain out, and apparently brags about this to her girl friends.

So the other night Abbey came to spend the night and brought one of her new favorite shirts over with her to see if “Allison’s mom, the Laundry Queen” can get the stain out. LOL! She didn’t even let her mom try, “Allison said you can get any stain out!”………….so after a few squirts of Shout, and a run thru the washer, then I let it soak over night in some Quick N Brite – it’s just like new!! I’m the hero!!

Monday night, I was TREATED like a QUEEN!
My friend Bonnie invited me over for a Spa Party!!

I should have taken a picture of the WONDERFUL food spread Bonnie had!! She made it all and it was ALL soooo YUMMY! *I need to get some recipes from that girl!*

We enjoyed the “resort like” weather we are having while we ate down by her pool, we then moved up to the house for an evening of pampering! Every girl deserves and loves to be pampered doesn’t she? What a nice evening we all had. We got to kick back, relax and be pampered with facials, foot treatments, lotions, relaxing music and all sorts of wonderful spa items. Afterwards we were able to purchase any of the products that we liked………..can’t wait for my items to come in!

On a last note today, I have to share a “recipe” that a friend of mine recently shared with me!! I just fixed it for lunch and boy did I enjoy it!!

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Omelet in Ziploc Bag

Yield: 1 omelet

Omelet in Ziploc Bag


  • 1 quart size ziploc bag
  • 2 eggs
  • you choice of other fillings, veggies, meat, cheese etc (I used cheese, green peppers, tomatoes, onions and mushrooms.)


  1. Crack 2 eggs (not more than 2) into the bag and shake.
  2. Add ingredients into bag and seal, be sure to get all of the air out.
  3. Place the bag (or bags because you can cook several at one time) into a boiling water for 13 minutes.
  4. Open the bag and the omelet will come out easily.


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Cheryl Sousan

A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog,, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+


  1. Hi Cheryl, I just wanted to let you know that I’ve added your blog to my blog list. I used to live at Scott AFB over in Illinois and my sister and I always wanted to make it over to your store. It looked so nice ! 🙂 I kept up with your Country Junction blog and I saw the link to your new blog on the prim board. Love your layout ! 🙂 Janae

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  3. I’m so confused about the omelets boiled in a bag. Doesn’t the plastic melt? Or stick to the pot?

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  5. wow…it works pretty well and no mess..

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