And what would a Christmas morning be without the usual omelet bar tradition?!
When we got there, she had it ready to rock and roll!!
Everything was neatly organized and all sliced and diced. And here's the recap on how we do it. You get two eggs. Crack em and put them in a ziplock bag. I think it was a freezer bag to be exact.
JinJin had the water boiling on the stove.
One by one, we dropped our eggs in the pot to cook. While we waited, we enjoyed these awesome sausage and cheese biscuits.
So, we each take the ziploc, add the eggs, all the fixins to our liking, write our name on the bag with a Sharpie, and...
dropped it right in the pot.
It is a cool thing for us to do on this morning, because even the little ones can get involved.
The bag o' omelet cooks for 13 minutes, and then it is ready to roll out and eat. We usually add a little salsa and may be a few more bacon bits to the top to present it nicely on the plate. And voila... it's done!
These three girls seem to like this tradition.
I know Staci and I do, because, well, we don't have to bring a single thing and it's so easy breezy to do.
Ellie LOVES her an audience!
And Gabbi LOVES her some bacon!
More on Christmas at JinJin's on the blog over the weekend. Stay tuned. And let me know if you are reading!! Thanks to Amy, Zhonn, MBeaty, Theresa, Dee, and Kimmybee.... I appreciate your remarks!! Been thinking about your word of the year?! I've been really thinking about mine.