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Omelet Bars: Is the Future of Breakfast Here?

Omelet Bars: Is the Future of Breakfast Here?

Have you ever wanted to eat an omelet out of your hand? Well, the future is now! (Or almost now) Some people funded on Kickstarter a business that produces omelet bars.

The product is Scramblers, and it managed to raise over 18,000 dollars on the crowd-sourcing site Kickstarter. 309 people apparently wanted to get omelet bars delivered to their places. The product was described as “Anytime/Anywhere, KETO-Friendly, Clean-Label, Shelf-Stable, Delicious & Nutritious Breakfast Bars (Featuring 100% Pasture Raised Eggs!)” on the official page.

The omelet bars have a shelf life of 12 months, even though apparently they don’t contain any chemical preservatives. And you don’t even need to keep them in a refrigerator. When you want to eat them, you just pop one of them in the microwave and you’re good to go.  

The best ingredients for omelet bars

“We use top-quality, transparently-sourced ingredients, like Organic, Pasture-Raised Eggs and Grass-Fed Ghee. We know how crazy mornings can be and how limited are the great tasting and healthy on-the-go options,” says the Scramblers team.

Omelet Bars: Is the Future of Breakfast Here?

They teamed up with a company called Chew, a self-described team of “chefs, scientists, and inventors that don’t believe in impossible and don’t care about how things ‘should’ be done.” The omelet bars are a labor of love, over two years in the making. There are a few versions of this food, including ‘bacon, egg & cheese’, ‘Greek spinach & feta’, and ‘spicy chicken sausage’.

How about nutritional value, you might ask? Well, according to the team, omelet bars have about 10 grams of protein per bar, 1-3 grams of carbs, and less than 1 gram of fat. They’re also rich in vitamin D, vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids, and beta-carotene.

I mean, it all sounds a little too good to be true, right? Guess we won’t know until we get to try one of these omelet bars for ourselves.

Photos courtesy of the Scramblers Kickstarter page. 

I’m a pop culture nerd who thinks too much about fried bacon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and life, the Universe and everything. I love food and sometimes you can see that on my hips, but I don't care that much about that.
What I do care more about is trying to eat healthier, even though I admit that I like to indulge in my food fantasies. I’m addicted to puns, so forgive me for that when you read my articles. I now know too much about nutrition to be fun to hang out with. So long and thanks for all the fish-based omega-3 fatty acids.

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