When we go camping, we like to make "baggie omlettes". You get heavy duty (freezer) QUART SIZE ziplock baggies, crack 2 eggs into each baggie. Have a variety of omlette ingredients out in bowls (like diced ham, shredded cheese, chopped onions, chopped peppers, mushrooms, spinich....etc). Each person adds to their bag whatever ingredients he/she prefers. Get as much air out of the bag as possible, then have them mush the bags to break the yolks and mix the ingredients. Then you write each person's name with a permanent marker...put them into a pot of boiling water for 13 minutes, and they're done! They roll right out of the baggie onto a plate and they're delicious! Kids love it because they are involved in the process. If the pot is large enough, you could cook 10 baggies at a time. Good luck!