Tupperware product promises breakfast in a flash

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Has Tupperware reinvented itself? The Tupperware Breakfast Maker claims to make breakfast in record time using the microwave, saving you time and money. But Does It Work?

Albert Monk is a retired iron worker who likes to start his mornings off in the gym.

As soon as he gets home, "I like to eat a quick breakfast, get to work and go outside," he said.

Thats why the Tupperware Breakfast Maker caught his eye! For Albert, it's all about "convenience and speed because I like to get out in the yard."

Albert is a fan of Tupperware and hopes it reduces the mess he makes with breakfast on the stove.

"Great thing about it, I think, is the clean-up! You don't have a lot of pans!"

The Tupperware Breakfast Maker comes with a kidney-shaped plastic container, recipe book and instructions.

Albert is an egg lover, so we decided on a ham and cheese omelet.

The instructions say if you're adding ingredients to the omelet, like we did, only use two eggs to avoid any overflow. It also says for best results, add a tablespoon of water or milk.

Albert cracked two eggs into a bowl, added a tablespoon of water and whisked away. He also added a heap full of diced ham and shredded cheese, then placed the lid on top.

Microwaves vary, but the rule of thumb, as written in the instructions, is two eggs equals two minute cook-time. Albert likes his eggs well done, so we went with 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

"Looks tasty!"

The cheese melted perfectly! Plus, the clean-up took less than two minutes!

Tupperware Breakfast Maker, you passed the Does It Work test!

If you have a product you would like Corie to test, email her at corie.ventura@wreg.com.


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