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Boilable Bags™

Boilable Bags™

Boilable, microwaveable and freezeable! These bags are made specifically for cooking food by filling them with the contents of your choice and submerging in boiling water - which makes them safe for use with the famous 'ziploc omelet'! This is the perfect way to enjoy egg dishes without dirtying your frying pan! Our boilable bags are large enough to fill with the contents of your choice and still have space to easily secure the top.

4.46 fork rating
(from 181 fork ratings)

About Our Boilable Bags

  • Details:
    • bag volume: approximately 5 cups
      • this leaves a bit of space for cinching the top closed
    • bag thickness: 3.0 mil
    • bag size: 6" x 12"
    • bag weight: 9 grams each

  • Characteristics:
    • designed as a single use product - not certified for multiple uses
    • FDA approved for food contact
    • does not contain dioxin or BPA
    • approved for boiling, freezing and microwaving
    • fastener not included

Customer Reviews

4.46 fork rating
(from 181 fork ratings)

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by Alisa
These bags are a MUST for those who want minimal cleanup after camping dinners. For example, I premake meat sauce for spaghetti, freeze in these bags, and then when I'm at camp, I simply boil a big pot of water to (a) boil the pasta and simultaneously (b) reheat the sauce. Two minor issues - (1) the bags don't seal so close them with the twist ties provided and then store them in your cooler in a ziploc freezer bag and (2) when you're boiling the bags, they float all over the place in the pot of water and could take on water so bring a couple wooden clothespins and just clip the top of the bag to the edge of the pot to keep it in one place. I highly recommend these bags since I hate cleanup and I refuse to boil food in store zipper bags because they leach chemicals.

by Jeremy Westerfield
I used these for an extended camping trip, and found them wonderful. I would highly recommend them, and have a few use tips:

*These can be sealed with a computer cable tie; a twist tie has a tendency to expand from the heat and slip off.

*Don't overfill them. You want the contents to be thin enough for the heat to penetrate.

*Let your pre-cooked food cool fully before loading the bags. Steam is your enemy!

*Squeeze all the air out of the bags before you seal them. Air inside is an insulator and will prevent even warming.

*Finally, don't freeze your first couple days' food. These work better if they're merely cold when you boil them.

Again, these are wonderful products and I would recommend them to hikers, campers, and burners.

by Daniel King
These work just as advertised! I used them on a group overnight backpacking trip to Fall Creek Falls, and made 3 "hiker omelets" the next morning- they were awesome! The only thing I don't like is that the bag has no good way of being sealed (think liquid eggs inside your pack). I folded the tops over multiple times and taped them. Not ideal, but it worked.

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