The Versatility of Eggland’s Best Eggs

April 2, 2018

The Versatility of Eggland’s Best Eggs

If you love eggs, you’re probably aware of how versatile they are. Eggs are one of the only foods that can complement any course throughout the day. Plus, when you buy Eggland’s Best eggs you’re not just getting a high quality an ingredient, but you’re providing your family with superior nutrition than ordinary eggs. EB Eggs, on their own, are a staple ingredient for breakfast, but can also be used in so many recipes for thickening, binding, flavoring or leavening.

We each probably have our own favorite ways of cooking and eating Eggland’s Best eggs. I happen to love them over-easy, with the yolk running out over a piece of toast with avocado. On a slow weekend or for an easy dinner, I prefer them scrambled with other veggies. For a fancier meal or family gathering, I love making quiches or frittatas. Hard or soft-boiled eggs and deviled eggs make great on-the-go snacks and salad toppers. There are even times when I use eggs to increase the protein content and flavor of a savory dish, like in pasta carbonara, or as a topping on a burger or a sandwich.

We’re just scratching the surface though – the opportunities are near endless for egg lovers! Here are some of our favorite ways to embrace the versatility of Eggland’s Best Eggs:

Looking for more ideas? Find more EB recipe inspiration here.

 

A Variety of Egg Options to Meet Your Preferences

No matter what Eggland’s Best product you buy, all are produced by hens fed a wholesome, all-vegetarian feed, free of added hormones, antibiotics, steroids, by-products and processed foods. This wholesome vegetarian feed of healthy grains, canola oil, and premium supplements of rice bran, alfalfa, sea kelp and Vitamin E help to make Eggland’s Best eggs more nutritionally sound than traditional eggs.

In addition to Eggland’s Best Classic Eggs (which you can find in brown or white), Eggland’s Best offers Cage-Free and Organic Eggs as well as liquid egg whites, hard-cooked peeled eggs (available in cage-free and organic, as well), and deviled egg kits to make your food preparation even more convenient!

While eggs are one of the most versatile foods out there, they are also extremely cost-efficient and nutrient-dense. What’s more impressive is the superior nutrition Eggland’s Best fits under one shell.

 

Superior Nutrition In Your Egg Recipes

Compared to ordinary eggs, Eggland’s Best eggs have fewer calories, less cholesterol and saturated fat, and lower sodium, but more total nutrients!  Just by using Eggland’s Best eggs in recipes, you’ll be adding more nutrition into your meals.The superior nutrition in Eggland’s Best eggs help with heart health, bone health, cognitive functioning, brain and eye function, infant development and much more. Each Eggland’s Best egg has a higher content of B-vitamins, Vitamin E, and iodine compared to regular eggs, as well as double the amount of omega 3’s and 6 times more Vitamin D, many nutrients that most American’s aren’t consuming enough of.

So why settle for just any eggs when you can have the best?

 

Written by Sarah at Bucketlisttummy.com

 
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