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This is a photo of Jimmy Dean Simple Scrambles being eaten at work for an easy breakfast on the go

I have to admit to not being a morning person. The clock always seems to be ticking, and more often than not it’s out the door … without breakfast. That’s why Jimmy Dean Simple Scrambles have become my favorite new life hacks!

They just launched as an easy, grab-and-go breakfast you can make any time of the day. I’ve found it’s a convenient way to have a quick meal at work, especially mid-morning when I’m getting hangry!


This is a close-up of the top of a Jimmy Dean Simple Scrambles package with a fork and napkin on a desk on a desk at the office ready to be prepared

There are three flavors of Simple Scrambles available: Bacon, Meatlovers and Sausage. We found them at Walmart in the refrigerated section near the bacon.

To make it, just peel off the lid and there are two pouches inside. The first is liquid egg and the second is sausage. You pour the egg into the cup and microwave for 45 seconds.

This photo shows pouring the liquid egg into the Jimmy Dean Simple Scrambles package to cook

Then add the sausage mixture and microwave another 30-40 seconds. Done!

This photo shows adding the sausage pieces to the Jimmy Dean Simple Scrambles package

You eat it straight out of the cup with a fork, spoon or even chopsticks. There are no dishes or cleanup required.

It’ll be all gone in a minute if you’re like me. The eggs are amazingly fluffy and the sausage and cheese mouthwateringly good. It’s so satisfying washed down with your favorite hot or cold beverage!

Watch our quick video tutorial to see how to make it:

Try it out for yourself and see what you think. Enjoy!

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