Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls: Bacon, eggs, cheese, and potatoes
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  • I think I stood there watching it cook the entire time
  • Mine only cost three dollars and some change

    • by C.Channing
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      When I used to be a server for this family/breakfast restaurant, I would always order scrambles at the end of my shifts. My favorite one was the ham, eggs, and cheese. I would be presented with a metal skillet that was covered in potato squares, a couple of scrambled eggs, and a generous amount of eggs. With my busy schedule, it hard for to get out to a breakfast diner and enjoy my skillet order; but on one of my many trips to super Wal-Mart, I discovered the Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls.

      I am a colossal lover


      of eggs and ham, so when I saw that box of ham, eggs, and potatoes starring at me through the freezer door I had no choice but to grab a couple of boxes. Instead of eating a regular lunch, I opted to try one of my breakfast bowls, even though lunch is not the reason I purchased them. I took the plastic covering off of the bowl and popped it in the microwave for three to five minutes. I think I stood there watching it cook the entire time. When the timer went off and I ...

      • pulled the bowl out of the microwave, it was a mountain of breakfast deliciousness.

        I liked that it was one of those layered bowls where you have to mix everything up. It was already mixed for and all I had to was dig in. The first bite was crazy: I had some of everything on my spoon with a generous amount of cheese. The potatoes tasted as if they just came off the stove; the eggs were scrambled to how I like them, dry; and the bits of ham just added it’s goodness to the mix. I

        was glad that the ham wasn’t salty because ham is naturally salty, but I didn’t get that flavor, but it was still good nonetheless.

        I liked the Jimmy Dean breakfast bowl because it was so filling: it had everything you could buy off of a diner’s menu. The bowl itself is huge and is probably equivalent to that of a breakfast skillet you could order at a restaurant for six dollars and some change. Mine only cost three dollars and some change. It’s a good buy for someone who is not a fan of cooking, but likes to eat breakfast.




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