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I am thrilled to be hosting this Review and Giveaway for Eggland’s Best Eggs. Not only am I reviewing this product, but am offering a $100 Visa Giftcard for my readers!

Eggs are a staple in my home as I bet they are in your homes too! I was so impressed to find that Eggland’s Best Eggs contain ten times more Vitamin E than ordinary eggs, 100 mg of Omega 3,  25% less Saturated Fat, and 200 mcg of Lutein, shown to contribute to eye health. It was also comforting to find that Eggland’s Best Eggs are produced by hens that are fed an all-natural, all-vegetarian diet. Basically, these eggs are more healthy than your typical egg and that rates GREAT with me!! With all the cooking and baking I do, I want nothing but the best eggs for my family.

I was not sure if I would be able to tell a difference when cooking with Eggland’s Best Eggs, but I will tell you, there was a difference, they tasted wonderful! I will definitely be a long time consumer of Eggland’s Best!

Here are three recipes of mine that feature eggs…

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“Healthier” Banana Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Muffins

4 Tablespoons softened butter
2 Eggland’s Best Eggs
2 ripe bananas, mashed
1 Cup plain low-fat vanilla yogurt
2/3 Cup sugar
heaping 1/4 Cup creamy peanut butter

1 1/2 Cups all purpose flour
1/2 Cup whole wheat flour
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 Cup semi sweet chocolate chips

1/4 Cup coarse sugar (I used Turbinado sugar)
1/2 Cup shredded sweetened coconut

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Place butter, eggs, bananas, yogurt, sugar and peanut butter into a large mixing bowl. Mix to combine. Place all dry ingredients into a separate large bowl and stir to combine. Slowly add to wet ingredients along with the chocolate chips until just combined. Scoop into muffin tins lined with paper cups 2/3 way full. Sprinkle with coarse sugar and shredded coconut. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean from center.

12 muffins



Broccoli Cheddar and Sausage Egg Muffin Pull-A-Parts

6 Pillsbury Buttermilk biscuits (from can, 8 count)
Pinches of kosher salt and fresh cracked black pepper

1 Cup cooked broccoli florets, cut up into small pieces
1/2 Cup cooked sausage links, cut up

4 Eggland’s Best Eggs
3 Tablespoons milk
Pinches of kosher salt and fresh cracked black pepper

1 Cup shredded cheddar cheese

Cholula hot sauce

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a texas size 6 Cup muffin tin with cooking spray. You’ll have 2 extra biscuits left over. Bake them separately if so desired. Cut each of the 6 biscuits into 8 triangles and place into each muffin tin. Lightly sprinkle each biscuit cup with salt and pepper.

2. Sprinkle broccoli and sausage evenly over each biscuit filled muffin cup.

3. Place eggs, milk, salt and pepper into a mixing bowl. Whisk until well combined. Pour evenly over each cup. With a fork make sure eggs get to the bottom and around each piece of biscuit. Top each with sprinkles of cheddar cheese and bake for 28-32 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean from center of biscuits and cheese is golden brown. Let cool for 5 minutes before removing from muffin cup. Remove and arrange onto serving plate. If you like it spicy serve with a nice hot sauce like Cholulla, it’s wonderful!! Pull them apart with your fingers or cut with a fork. Enjoy.

6 servings


Silverdollar Waffle Pancakes with Blackberry Buttermilk Syrup

10 fresh blackberries
2 Tablespoons sugar

1 stick butter
3/4 Cup sugar
1/2 Cup buttermilk
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon vanilla

1. Place blackberries and sugar into a small saucepan over medium low heat. Stir occasionally for about 10 minutes. Pour into a sieve placed over a small bowl pressing on berries to extract the rest of the liquid. Set aside; discard smashed berries and seeds.

2. Place butter, sugar and buttermilk into a separate small saucepan over medium heat. Stir and melt until mixture comes to a low boil. Remove from heat and add in baking soda and vanilla. Mixture will foam. Mix in blackberry liquid then pour syrup into a serving dish. Cover to keep warm while preparing waffle pancakes.

Waffle Pancakes
2 Eggland’s Best Eggs
3/4 Cup buttermilk
1/2 stick melted butter
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
3/4 Cup flour
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 Tablespoons granulated sugar

1. Whisk eggs, buttermilk, butter and vanilla into a medium bowl until well combined. In a separate bowl, sift the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Mix into wet ingredients until just combined.

2. Place waffle pancake pan (or large skillet) over medium heat and spray with cooking spray. When hot, pour a couple Tablespoons into each waffle mold. Carefully flip after 1-2 minutes or until browned on bottom. Cook second side until golden brown. Continue to cook until all batter is used.

3. Stack waffle pancakes and pour LOTS of syrup over top, enjoy!


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  3. Kelly E.

    Breakfast Pizza! Got a package of crescent rolls to use as the dough, scamble 5 eggs, pour over the dough, add hashbrowns, cheddar cheese, sausage and some parmesan cheese. Bake until bubbly!

  4. My fav. egg recipe is an egg bake my Grandma used to make…I still need to get the recipe from her. I do know it had a whole lot of eggs, crumbled sausage, cheese, and bread chunks on top and you leave it in the fridge over night. It is SO GOOD! I have tried a lot of these now that I live 12 hours from “home” but just can’t get it just like Grandma’s.

  5. I’m not a big egg eater myself, but it’s just about the only source of protein I can sell my 4-year-old on. He takes them scrambled or overhard (with the yolks broken)

  6. Kat

    My boyfriend isn’t one for breakfast but with my fast and easy egg recipe its one meal he never misses. Its foundation is a piece of toast (I prefer sourdough), I bit of mustard for a little tang, a slice of salami or peperoni (which ever we have that week), A slice of Swiss cheese for me pepper jack for him, topped off with a over easy egg.

    Its so fast and easy. Its also very customizable for everyone’s taste. Everyone also goes crazy for my mini quiches.

  7. My absolutely favorite thing to eat with eggs is simple, a fried egg sandwich. My dad made them for me as a child and now I make them for my family. I just love how simple and great eggs can be!

  8. Ashley

    I love plain old scrambled eggs. I always buy Egglands Best eggs after my mom pointed out all of their added benefits. My husband and I like to add garlic salt and cheddar cheese to our eggs! So yummy- I am getting hungry now! Please enter me!

  9. Motley Made

    We make a delicious egg frutatta – add in 6 eggs beaten, diced bread, sausage, cheese, cup of milk, diced onions and peppers, and chill overnight. So delicious for a brunch the next morning!

  10. Lydia

    My favorite things to make with eggs are chocolate brownies and egg salad wich tomatoes, cucumbers, and olive oil.

  11. Mari

    I try to eat low carb, so eggs are a large part of my diet. My favorite is a simple omelette, made with a dash of dill, steamed asparagus and goat cheese.

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

  12. Mai

    My favorite recipe is to make sunny side up eggs with extra butter, breaking the yolk and mixing it with soy sauce and butter and finally eating it with a baguette πŸ™‚

  13. Kenna

    My favorite recipe currently is an egg scramble with fresh veggies. I use broccoli, red pepper, and onions. Saute them in a little olive/vegetable oil and then scramble your eggs with the vegetables. Just before finishing, add some homemade salsa while cooking and then top the scramble off with more salsa! Easy and super fast dinner!

  14. Amikathryn Davis

    An omelet made with lean ham, a bit of cheese, salsa and sauteed onions. Roasted asparagus on the side and wheat toast! yum!!

  15. Karla

    i love to throw in 3-4 eggs for a chicken fried rice dish. we love it! we fry the eggs with the already cooked eggs. throw it in with the chicken and veggies and there you have it. a perfect fried rice dish. (of course dont forget the other seasonings as well)

  16. Charlotte Rhubottom

    i think my favorite way to have eggs are a childhood favorite, Eggs in a Nest. I have crohns disease and this is a comforting dish to eat when I’m not feeling well.

  17. My favorite thing about eggs are eating them by themselves. I could eat them at every meal. I love omlettes, deviled eggs, and any just tried a new pudding recipe with them! MMMM!

  18. Sarah

    We like to cut a circle out of a piece of bread. Put that in a skillet with a little butter. Then add an egg to the hole in the middle of the bread. Yummy and our kids love these!

  19. Rorie

    My favorite breakfast recipe is to make a breakfast burrito. Start with a whole-wheat tortilla, make a scrambled egg and add any fresh veggies I have on hand. Spinach, kale, zucchini, avocado, broccoli. Finish it with some cheese – swiss or feta are my favorites. Mmmm. πŸ™‚

  20. Melissa

    I like them plain old over easy or scrambled with ham and cheese. The Egglands Best eggs are my fave- so much better than the generic store brands!

  21. Jennifer Larsen

    My favorite recipe with eggs is german pancakes. it reminds me of my grandma.
    1 cup milk
    1 cup flour
    1/4 tsp salt
    6 eggs
    3 Tbsp. butter

    melt butter in 9×13 pan. beat milk, flour, eggs and salt together. pour into pan. bake 25 minutes at 350!

    my grandma makes them the best!

  22. elizabeth carmen

    I love making (and eating) quiches! My mother also makes a delicious egg souffle we love eating around the holidays!

  23. Dani H

    My favorite egg recipe is a crustless quiche that I make for family brunches. We prefer it with 4 cheeses and spinach, but it’s a versatile recipe that you can add almost anything to.

  24. Wendy

    I adore poached eggs on heavily buttered toast … and fried egg sandwiches … *drool* … heading to the kitchen now!

  25. Lorilee Peterson

    My favorite thing to make with eggs is Pannukakku. It’s a finnish oven baked pancake.

    preheat oven to 350. Melt a 1/2 stick of butter in a 9×13 pan. Remove once melted. Beat 5 eggs, add 3/4 cup sugar, beat some more. Add 1 cup flour, 1 tsp salt, and 2 cups milk. Mix all ingredients together. Pour melted butter into mixture and stir again. Pour into 9×13 pan.

    Bake for 35 minutes or until puffy and edges are browning up nice. If wanted you can put syrup, or powdered sugar on top. We eat them plain.

  26. Julie Bogart

    Thanks for your blog, I am new to it and loving all the great ideas. Making one of your cakes today for my hubby’s birthday.

  27. donna holmes

    my favorite egg recipe is an simple omelette!! I love all kinds of omelette’s but my favorite would be a veggie omelette with feta cheese! YUM!
    This is our typical breakfast on sunday mornings!

  28. I love making what we call “omelet muffins” which are similar to your pull-aparts above, but filled with onions, peppers, salsa, etc.

  29. Welove huevos rancheros, but we do them with a twist.

    Each person gets 1 corn tortilla lightly warmed, 1 over easy egg, sprinkle with any pieces of meat of choice, chopped green onions, sprinkles of feta, a few spoonfuls of kidney beans and pinto beans. Any other options of choice.

    We LOVE these!


  30. Kim

    So I am not the greatest at cooking eggs, but I am good at eating them!!!! I like a classic omelet with cheese, ham, onion, peppers, and mushrooms. Yummy!!! The best is also having breakfast for dinner.

  31. Heather

    One of my favorite egg containing recipes is chicken salad! I just became a fan in the past two years and now I love it! You put it in with the chicken, mayo, onion, celery and seasonings. Yum!

  32. Stephanie P.

    My kids love soft cooked and I just made almost a dozen and a half and they were gone in minutes! Just cut them in half moons with salt and pepper.

  33. I am a teacher, and am always in a rush – this means, everything needs to be done fast! In the mornings, I will crack an egg into a mug, and then add 1 tablespoon of milk. I will mix it with a fork for approximately 30 seconds, and then pop it in the microwave for 1 minute…sometimes I will mix in pieces of lowfat ham, or sprinkle with cheese after it comes out of the microwave…and also put salsa on it sometimes. So yummy, and SO EASY!

  34. I LOVE EGGS! one of my favorites is to take a wonton wraper, push it into a muffin tin, fill with raw egg, top with cheese and bake! they are so cute and fun to eat!!!

  35. Tracy

    Breakfast Burritos!!! Any and all of them. I recently tried making a breakfast enchilada, same idea just with sauce on top. It was yummy! So anyway it is just the basics eggs, potatoes cooked with onion and green pepper (maybe some Anaheim pepper), cheese, whatever meat you choose. I love ham or bacon. Then you roll them up in a flour tortilla (I ALWAYS use the uncooked, they are so much better)and top with green enchilada sauce and cheese. Then bake them until warm. Out here in Utah we have the best restaurant, Cafe Rio, and they make the best enchilada sauce so I buy it from them instead of the grocery store. Mmmmm, I’m getting hungry. πŸ™‚

  36. Lexie Partridge

    I LOVE crepes that my husband makes. I don’t have the recipe right now, but I can’t make them like he does. That’s the one thing he makes in our house and they are delicious. I prefer to eat them with cinnamon and sugar.

  37. Rachelle

    My favorite egg recipe is German pancakes with some homemade berry sauce on top. Good thing my husband hates berries, because it leaves it all to me!

  38. Theresa

    I love bread pudding. I start with Mark Bitman’s version, and usually throw in cranberries and sometimes pecans.

  39. betsycannon

    My favorite egg recipe is hole in ones. You just cut a circle with a glass out of a piece of bread. You butter the bread and fry it in a frying pan. You break a egg in the hole and cook the egg. When it is done I like to put a thin piece of cheese on the egg. Delicious.

  40. I love using eggs in a delicious cheese and spinach tart, using carmelized onions mixed with eggs, milk, mozarella cheese, spinach and seasonings baked in a pie crust. mmmmmm

  41. sarah williams

    I LOVE egglands best. (Thats why I clicked on this link!) I love that theyu have Omega 3 added. I make my kids each 2 fried eggs every morning. I use eggs for everything being on a low carb diet and a athlete. We probably go through a dozen a day and egglands are always one of my top choices!

  42. I use eggs in lots of things. I think my favorite egg dish are oven omelets from the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. With a cheesy sauce on top, yum!

  43. Alyssa

    I love to make just plain ol’ scrambed eggs for breakfast, and my husband makes a great creme brulee with eggs and cream. Yum!

  44. Alyssa

    I love plain ol’ scrambled eggs for breakfast, and my husband makes a great creme brulee with eggs and cream. Yum!

  45. Terese

    Eggs are definitely a staple in our home as well, most of it with baking. But all of us LOVE omelets. My kids love to be able to choose the different options of veggies, meats and cheeses for their omelet.

  46. Mel

    My kids and I are big fans of scrambled eggs with a little Monterey Jack mixed in, served in mini pitas with diced avocado and a bit of fresh pico de gallo. Yum!

  47. I make breakfast burrito’s for my husband to share with several guys at work….I use 9 eggs every morning…on top of that the kids want waffles…eggs in that recipe…eggs eggs eggs….it’s in EVERYTHING!!! lol…love em!

  48. Aimee W.

    This may sound strange…but it is delicious! I just LOVE an Egg Salad Melt. It is actually very simple. It’s the same idea as a tuna melt. You simply make a grilled cheese sandwich with an egg salad filling. Thanks!

  49. Lori

    This may sound boring, but I love an egg (over easy) and ham sandwich on toasted whole wheat! I just received a couple of eggland’s coupons in the mail, which I am happy about b/c they are kinda pricey where I live!


  50. Suzanne Campbell

    Hard boiled eggs are a favorite in our house. We ALWAYS have them
    in the frige and my son will chose an egg over a traditional after school snack anyday. just a squeeze of honey mustard on it and he’s good to go. (I’ve never tried honey mustard on mine, but hey, he likes it)

  51. Lconnally

    My Mom’s Breakfast Casserole that requires nearly a DOZEN eggs! πŸ™‚ Eggs, pork sausage, mont. jack cheese, green chilies, cheddar cheese, milk, oregano, and crescent rolls. YUMMM!!!

  52. Susan

    I love Scrmbled Eggs. Warm, fluffy Scambled Eggs. They are my go-to comfort food. They are the first thing I learned to make when my Mom was teaching me how to cook.



  54. I just love scrambled eggs (but they can’t be started with butter because then they taste fried) and add milk, cheese and anything else that I want. More like an omelette but soft like scrambled eggs! YUM! πŸ™‚

  55. Angie Jones

    We love this bacon, cheddar, & egg casserole recipe. It’s one you make ahead of time & let it soak overnight before you bake it. Jenny- we LOVE LOVE LOVE your little broccoli & sausage egg pull apart recipe!!!

  56. Megan

    Toasted Three Cheese Bagel Sandwich-
    Toast bagel
    Spread cream cheese on the lower half of the bagel
    Wisk some eggs with a little milk, cinnamon and vanilla (if that is your forte)
    Cook them like you are scrambling them but at the end pile together to make one slab and let finish cooking.
    Sea salt and pepper to taste
    Take it off the pan to let it cool just a bit so it doesn’t melt the cream cheese
    Put a large handful of shredded cheddar cheese on your still hot pan. Fry that up until it stays in a slab.
    On the lower half of the bagel put 1-2 slices of Havarti cheese
    Then your eggs
    On top of that your fried cheese.
    Sandwich and enjoy!

  57. put croissant dough layer on bottom of 9×13
    add layer of cream cheese
    add layer of browned breakfast sausage
    add layer of 4-6 eggs
    finish w/another layer of croissant dough

    bake until eggs are done

  58. Angela

    I love making veggie and cheese frittatas for breakfast, lunch or dinner since it’s easy and fast. I serve mine with home fries or a fruit salad whatever we have on hand.
    For the frittata:
    6 eggs, beaten with a splash of milk
    1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
    2 cups fresh spinach
    1/2 small, red onion, diced
    2-3 tablespoons olive oil
    salt and pepper to taste

  59. Mary W.

    I think my favorite is German egg pancakes. There is nothing yummier than the fluffy puffs rolling up and over the sides of the pan. Deeeelish!

  60. chris

    Sunshine toast! Get a slice of bread, butter both sides, cut center out with a cookie cutter. put on greaased cookie sheet, remove bread shape, crack raw egg in the void and bake in the oven until egg cooks. Yum!

  61. Rebecca

    Ready-Made magazine’s current issue featured pancakes. One of our favorites, with a slight variation, were featured. The recipe is called Oven-Puffed Plum Pancake. We used apple in the plum’s place and omitted salt and lemon juice. We always bake ours in our cast iron skillet. Here’s our altered recipe:

    2-3 apples, cored and sliced
    1/2 c butter
    3 eggs
    1/2 c milk
    1/2 c all purp flour
    1 tsp vanilla
    1/2 c brown sugar, packed
    2 tsp cinnamon

    Heat oven to 450. In cast iron skillet, melt 1/4 c of the butter, add apples and saute for about 5 mns. Remove from burner. In bowl, mix eggs, milk, flour and vanilla. Pour over apples. Place in oven and bake about 12 mns, or until puffed and browned. Remove from oven. Pour remaining 1/4 c butter (melted) on to pancake, top with mixed brown sugar and cinnamon sprinkled over and bake another 5-8mns so sugar gets carmalized.

  62. Rebecca

    Ready-Made magazine’s current issue featured pancakes. One of our favorites, with a slight variation, were featured. The recipe is called Oven-Puffed Plum Pancake. We used apple in the plum’s place and omitted salt and lemon juice. We always bake ours in our cast iron skillet. Here’s the recipe:

    2-3 apples, cored and sliced
    1/2 c butter
    3 eggs
    1/2 c milk
    1/2 c all purp flour
    1 tsp vanilla
    1/2 c brown sugar, packed
    2 tsp cinnamon

    Heat oven to 450. In cast iron skillet, melt 1/4 c of the butter, add apples and saute for about 5 mns. Remove from burner. In bowl, mix eggs, milk, flour and vanilla. Pour over apples. Place in oven and bake about 12 mns, or until puffed and browned. Remove from oven. Pour remaining 1/4 c butter (melted) on to pancake, top with mixed brown sugar and cinnamon sprinkled over and bake another 5-8mns so sugar gets carmalized.

  63. Kirstie

    I gotta say that my favorite thing to make with eggs is an egg sandwich. any style eggs really, but I’m partial to fried eggs:) throw it on a hoagie roll with some lettuce, tomato, onion and all that good stuff and I’m in heaven.

  64. Jill

    Ham and cheese stuff n’ puff has become a favorite around here. Stove Top, eggs, ham, & cheese are the basics. Makes a great casserole!

  65. Yvette

    Migas. Saute some chopped corn tortillas, onion, diced jalapeno in a little oil. Drain. Scramble 6-8 eggs in butter…1/2 through add diced tomato. When eggs are almost cooked, add the the tortillas, onion & pepper. YUM!

  66. Tanya Moyer

    I love omelettes, especially with veggies, ham, and tons of cheese. My husband adores them too! Another way we love eggs is plain ol’ hard boiled. Then slice them up. For some reason my husband loves to have these as a snack! :o) Great giveaway!

  67. Christine

    Brazos Baked French Toast

    1 (16oz) loaf french bread
    8 oz cream cheese
    1 1/2 c. half and half
    1/4 c. maple syrup
    10 eggs
    8 TBSP melted butter or margarine
    powdered sugar

    Cube bread and layer half in a 9×13 in. pan. Cut the cream cheese into small pieces and spread evenly across the bread. Cover with remaining bread cubes. Mix half and half, syrup, eggs and butter and pour over. Press down with spatula so that all the liquid is absorbed by the bread. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 min. Sift powered sugar over top. Cut into 8-12 servings. Serve with maple syrup.

  68. terah rudd

    eggs…the perfect food! my favorite egg recipe is pan fried, with a slice of hoop cheese with a piece of smoked turkey on top placed between a whole wheat bagel…delish!

  69. katygene

    I recently returned from living in spain for a 4 month period and am a now big fan of the spanish tortilla. Similar to a frittata, but staying true to Spain’s simple ingredient list it is basically cubed potatoes, olive oil, salt, and most importantly eggs…throw some pimientos on there and you’ve got a dish!

  70. Lisa Whaley

    Our favorite egg recipes are either french toast or egg burritos. For the french toast I put a small amount of milk with apple pie spice or nutmeg in the egg mixture. When I make egg burritos I usually put bacon or whatever meat we have, salsa, any cheese (montery jack is the favorite), red or yellow bell peppers. I usually use eggs from Trader Joe’s (cage-free).

  71. carrie

    this sounds really weird, but once we added chopped leftover tamales to scrambled eggs for breakfast burritos. it was so good.

  72. jacqui

    Can’t beat a hard boiled egg in a green salad, avacado..tomatoe…blue cheese…veggies…balsalmic dressing…mmmmmm

  73. Elizabeth

    I love breakfast burritos — eggs, sausage, hash browns, cheese and salsa all wrapped up in a tortilla — what could be better?!

  74. Megan

    Love poached eggs….no vinegar!! On a trip to England a few years back, I got introduced to them and I have loved them since. Serve poached egg on toast and cut 1/4 of the bread off to be the “soldier.” Simply, easy, nothing better!

  75. Elyse Bartschi

    Another favorite is scrambled eggs with spinach and purple onions topped with feta cheese and sliced grape tomatoes

  76. Amy W

    I like to make breakfast burritos (anytime of the day really) which include scrambled eggs, cheese, salsa on a warmed tortilla

  77. My families favorite egg reciepe is just simple deviled eggs. I usually take them to any potluck and have them at every party I host. Super easy to make and very delicious!

  78. Pam Shank

    I make a lot of quiches and always use the Eggland’s Best Eggs. I started using them in the last Pillsbury Bake-off and was very impressed with the difference. My husband even buys them without being told if he stops at the store.
    He eats the cage-free,boiled each morning. I always use them in my baking.

  79. This is going to be a rather unique recipe, but growing up, my mother would simmer Campbell’s Tomato Soup, but crack a couple of eggs in it. You don’t mix the egg or anything after you crack them in. You let them cook in the soup. Something about the tomato soup and the egg in it is just delicious to eat!

  80. Ronda Ballow

    My favorite sandwich with eggs is Tuna, celery, and boiled eggs all mixed up with some salad dressing. If you haven’t tried it please do so you will LOVE IT. You can either put it on bread or a crossiant.

  81. leah

    My son and I love to take a piece of toast, and use a cookie cutter to cut out a shape in the middle. We remove the cut out shape and set it aside. Then we scramble an egg in a bowl with a little milk. We place the piece of toast in a non stick pan, and add the eggs to the cut out part of the toast. After it’s cooked on both sides we add jelly to the part of the toast we removed. It’s a great breakfast, and a fun way to get kids involved in cooking.

  82. Dana

    I’m a simple girl and I love breakfast for all meals, so I would have to say my favorite meal with eggs would be a great french toast made with french bread cut nice and thick.

  83. My favorite is Crock Pot Egg Bake — so easy and great for company!

    1 bag frozen hashbrowns
    1 pound ham
    1 medium onion
    2 green peppers
    2 cans of mushrooms
    12oz shredded cheddar cheese
    12 eggs
    1 cup milk

    Chop onion, green peppers, and mushrooms. Cut ham into strips. Mix together ham and veggies. Layer 1/3 of the hashbrowns, 1/3 of the ham/veggie mix, then 1/3 of the cheese, repeat. Then mix 1 dozen eggs with 1 cup milk. Add salt and pepper to taste then pour over the layers. Cook on low for 6-8 hours.

  84. Chelsea

    We love to either make German pancakes or potato frittata, which is hash browned potatoes, cheese and ham or sausage with an eggy milk mixture and seasoned salt poured over the top and baked until cooked through. It’s yummy!

  85. Lisa H.

    My family loves eggs! My youngest son’s favorite dinner is one my mother in law calls “eggy ally goldenrod” (I’m sure it was ala goldenrod but it’s funner to say ally). My mom called it “creamed eggs on toast”. Basically its a bechamel sauce (white sauce) with sliced hard boiled eggs in it, and served over toast. My mother in law slices only the whites of the eggs in the sauce, and then runs the yolks through a sieve which become the “goldenrod” sprinkles on top on the creamed mixture. Very pretty and quite yummy too! Hmmmm, I guess I better try this with the yummy Egglands Best Eggs!

  86. Amy

    My favorite egg dish is plain old fashioned scrambled eggs with cheese. I like to make it with onion powder and garlic powder. Great taste!

  87. Elizabeth

    My favorite dish with eggs are waffles that my fiance makes. He folds beaten egg whites into the batter which makes the waffles sooo airy and fluffy. They’re delicious!

  88. Amy

    We have a recipe called “the worlds best chocolate chip cookie” and they truly are! If they are baked at just the right timing they are the best cookies we have ever made. We like adding butterscotch chips too. And of course the recipe calls for EGGS!

  89. Emily

    Our favorite egg breakfast are the omelets in a bag! You put 2 beaten eggs in a freezer ziploc bag with some cheese, green peppers and any other topping you prefer then put in a pot of boiling water and let them boil for 13 minutes. yum!!

  90. Kim in Minnesota

    My favorite egg dish is weekend omelettes, especially right after a holiday, when we have whipping cream in the house. Why is this my favorite? Because husband makes them while I read the paper in bed!!

  91. Caryn N

    when I think of eggs (not IN something, but on their own) I want good ol scrambled eggs with salt, pepper and cheese. YUM Alongside some pancakes and breakfast potatoes and your tummy’s full!

  92. Caitlin

    I love making breakfast casserole- cut up refrigerated biscuits doused in scrambled egg with bacon and cheese. Pop in the oven and its so delicious!

  93. Katie

    I love eggs it doesn’t really matter how, but I make a yummy breakfast pizza with hasbrowns, eggs, and ham. Its one of my favorite weekend meals!

  94. I love me a good mexican egg dish. We live in Texas and Migas is my
    absolute favorite. Scrambled eggs with jalapenos, tomatoes, cilantro,
    and cheese over hashbrowns and topped with cruncy tortilla strips. Wrap it all up in a flour tortilla with some sour cream, guac, and cholula. My mom made an excellent green chile, egg, and cheese bake at Christmas that would be a very close second.

  95. Kayli Taylor

    I like eggs with frozen mixed vegtables and plenty of cheese, the only kind of omlet I like. I love to cook with eggs, one of my favorites is pound cake.

  96. Me and my family loves scrambled eggs for breakfast. I have even been known to make them for lunch and dinner in a pinch too. No fancy recipe here just eggs and maybe a little cheese on top to spice it up. I take great pride in feeding my kids healthy meals and my kids cry in the morning if they don’t have either oatmeal or eggs, I guess I must be doing something right.

  97. I love eggs! One of my favorite recipes is this quiche. It is so good…I could eat it all day!
    – unbaked pie crust, bake at 375 for 8 minutes, then fill with the following:
    -1 C. boiled potatoes or hashbrowns
    -1 C. ham or sausage
    -1 1/2 C. cheese

    Beat together the following until well blended:
    -4 eggs
    -1 C. milk
    -1/2 tsp. marjoram
    -1/4 tsp. salt

    Pour eggs over everything in the pie crust. Bake at 375 for 45-50 minutes or until knife comes out clean.

  98. Carissa

    I love deviled eggs every summer, but all year round we make my dad’s special Swedish pancakes with scrambled eggs and bacon. So yummy!

  99. Christi

    My family loves Grill Cleaners, which are basically messy omelettes. I use sausage (bulk or smoked), onions, bell pepper, cheese, and diced potatoes. After all that is cooked, I pour about 8 beaten eggs over the top and scramble as they cook! So yummy. My husband always puts a spoonful of mayo in his to make it creamy.

  100. April

    Besides all the baking I do with eggs, I love a good breakfast burrito featuring large amounts of scrambled egg! I usually cook the egg with sauteed green bell pepper, onion and sometime diced ham – the ham depends on if I’m adding bacon to the burrito or not. Then I pile the eggs on a tortilla and add some sort of a potato, shredded cheese and top it off with a mexican burrito sauce or salsa verde. I could eat one every day! YUM!

  101. My favorite egg dish is mini quiche. I make them in muffin tins so I can eat them for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I like them with whatever leftovers and veggies I have in the fridge! It is a great way to clean out. Plus you can choose to make a crust or do it the easy way without!

  102. Eggs save the day a lot of nights at our house because scrambled eggs with sharp cheddar cheese and lots of pepper are one thing I can always count on my 18-month-old boy eating. Great giveaway, Jenny!

  103. I LOVE adding scrambled eggs to any type of fried rice, especially chicken fried rice! Just scramble eggs with a bit of salt and pepper (sometimes some hot chili pepper flakes for some extra spicyness), then add it into the fried rice towards the very end of cooking.

  104. Shannon LeBlanc

    Let’s see it would have to be the very easy

    2 tbsp. butter
    2 c. cheese (American, cheddar, Swiss or combination)
    12 eggs
    Salt & pepper to taste
    12-16 oz. breakfast sausage, sliced & fried
    4 oz. can mushrooms, drained
    2/3 c. half and half

    Spread butter in 9″x13″ pan. Shred cheese and sprinkle half over the butter. Break eggs on top of cheese, poke the yolks, but do not stir. Sprinkle eggs with sausage. Sprinkle mushrooms over sausage. Pour half and half over casserole. Top with remaining cheese. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees until golden brown. Let stand 5 minutes, then cut in squares.

  105. I LOVE omelets!!!!!! Christmas morning we have omelets with the ham from christmas eve dinner, cheese, bacon pieces, onions, salsa and anything else you want to add. They are the BEST!!!

  106. I don’t eat alot of eggs, but when I have it I like the sinmple scrambled eggs with dices ham,onions, and bell pepper. Oh, and I can’t forget the splash of Tapatio on top! Delish! πŸ™‚

  107. melissa l.

    I’m not crazy about just eating eggs but for something different & to add some protein I drop an egg into ramen & stir it up so at least there’s something good in that stuff.

  108. Serena Cutchen

    My favorite way to eat eggs is in a canadian bacon and aspagus frittata. It’s soooooo yummy! You add cream, a little lemon juice and parmesan cheese to the egg mixture, and sprinkle a little more parm cheese before popping it under the broiler to finish cooking. It’s really delicious!

  109. Now I’m craving eggs after reading all those yummy recipes πŸ™‚ My favorite is making them for my husband for breakfast. He likes his eggs over medium well – which very few restaurant cooks know how to do – so we usually just make them at home. with a side of cheese scrambled eggs for the kids.

  110. How funny–right now I’m baking biscuits to make egg & cheese breakfast sandwiches! I like eggs over-easy with toast in the morning, and I also love to make mocha frosting with the yolks (just add 10 oz melted, cooled chocolate and 2 T instant espresso powder dissolved in 1/4 c boiling hot kahlua to this recipe: http://www.realbakingwithrose.com/recipes/RLB's%20Neoclassic%20Buttercream.pdf) or egg white chocolate buttercream (http://reciperhapsody.wordpress.com/2009/06/25/egg-white-chocolate-buttercream/) with the whites.

  111. I am a southern girl, and nothing beats a FRIED egg (with runny middle of course) in bacon grease! Served with bacon, and grits…..YUMMY!! πŸ™‚

    Please enter me in the contest! I would LOVE to win!!! πŸ™‚

  112. Chris Montalvo

    I love this simple dish that reminds me of my mom. She would make rice and would fry up a couple of eggs and serve them over the rice.

    Even now, for a quick dinner, that is what I will make for myself. It’s comfort food for me!

  113. Juli

    I have a bunch of favorite egg things…we love eggs in our house! I love Eggs in a Basket. Butter a slice of bread on both sides. Use a small juice glass to cut a hole in the middle. Place bread in skillet on med high. Add a small pat of butter to the center hole and then crack your egg right it in. Add some salt and pepper and when it is cooked to your liking, flip it over and you are done! Don’t forget to cook the middle. Serve it with the fried bread circle on top. I also like to microwave 2 eggs in a mug with a wedge of laughing cow cheese! Great quick breakfast on the go!

  114. Emily Hansen

    Banana Bread
    Β½ C Butter
    1 ΒΌ C Sugar
    3 Mashed Bananas
    ΒΌ C Milk
    2 C Flour
    1 tsp. Soda
    ΒΌ tsp. Salt
    1 tsp. Baking Powder
    1 C Chocolate Chips
    2 Eggs
    Mix all ingredients well. Grease and flour loaf pans. Bake @ 350 degrees for 45 mins. Or until done!

  115. Heidi

    I love just good ‘ol scrambled eggs…I mix the eggs with a little milk, lots of cheese and salt & lemon pepper! Yum!!

  116. Autumn Prince

    I go through about 6 dozen eggs a week with breakfast and baking. It is hard to pick one yummy recipe. Something simple – gotta go with Ranch Eggs. (Scrambled eggs with ranch whiped with them. So yummy!
    I was surprised to see that they are actually different. Good different! They are wonderful!

  117. Breakfast Casserole
    6 pieces of white bread
    6 eggs, beaten
    1 pound cooked and crumbled sausage
    lots of shredded cheese!!

    Break up bread into pieces, mix with beaten eggs, sausage, s&p, and cheese in 9×13 casserole dish. Refrigerate over night. Bake at 350* for 30 minutes. Yum!

  118. Hmmm…I would say my most egg-ceptional recipewould be for good old chocolate chip cookies. I use a traditional recipe, but use 1 stick butter, 1 egg (equivalent), and all white suger instead of brown, almond extract, 1 1/4 cups flour, 1/2 tsp salt, 1 tsp baking soda, and a chopped white chocolate bar a and a white dark chocolate bar…MMMM!

  119. I love adding eggs to my grits in the morning. We add a fried or soft boiled egg with pepper grave and cheese and green onions to a bowl of grits. It is filling and delicious and a real treat from all the sweet sugary breakfasts that are out there.

  120. Danyiel Wise

    I would have to say that my favorite addition to any homemade soup is EGGS, I add eggs to any soup that I can. I think that the addition of eggs adds to the wonderful flavor and also adds a great source of protien.

  121. Mar

    my husband and i love eggs especially in spinach and cheese quiche…..soooo yummy! with a side salad or a mug of soup you have a perfect light meal.

  122. Jessica B.

    I just made a variation of a recipe that I saw in a magazine. Overall concept is toasted country bread, topped with warm tomato slices (little EVOO, quick sear), sautΓ©ed mushroom medley (salt, pepper, EVOO, and fresh thyme), poached eggs, shaved parmesan, and crumbled crispy prosciutto. YUM YUM! We actually had it for dinner with a bowl of soup. Need to work on my egg poaching skills. I am no Julia Child.

  123. Jessica

    I’ve never tried Eggland’s Best eggs, but I sure will now. My favorite egg dishes are homemade omelets or breakfast casseroles. So versatile. One of my favorite casseroles is the Zippy Egg Casserole from allrecipes.com.

  124. Allison Bradshaw

    I am always in the mood for a good ol’ omelet filled with veggies and cheese or an egg sandwich! I also LOVE baking and most of my baking requires EGGS! Love them!

  125. Kelly Clark

    I love my dad’s 3 minute eggs that he made when we were growing up. He’d boil them that long, and then chop them up with pieces of toast, add in salt and pepper… well, somehow that is my fav breakfast. I never can quite make them as good as he did, but I still try!

  126. Chloe

    This isn’t very fancy, but it got me through college on a tight budget: breakfast burrito. Sometimes with peppers and sausage and sometimes just eggs with cheese on a tortilla. One of my favorites.

  127. MrsK

    This is a tradition on Christmas morning, but I could eat it year round. Even better the next day!

    Christmas Morning Casserole

    16 Slices Bread (crusts removed)
    1/4 cup Green Pepper (finely chopped)
    16 Slices Back Bacon or Ham (cooked)
    2 teaspoons Worcestershire Sauce
    16 Slices Sharp Cheddar cheese
    1 Dash Tabasco Sauce
    6 Eggs
    1 teaspoon Dry Mustard
    1/2 teaspoon Salt
    3 cups Milk (whole or 2%)
    1/2 teaspoon Pepper
    1/4 lb Butter
    1/4 cup Onion (minced)
    Corn Flakes or Special K (crushed)

    In 9 X 13″ buttered baking dish (use a BIG dish), put 8 pieces of bread, Add pieces to cover dish entirely. Cover bread with cooked back bacon slices or ham slices. Lay slices of cheddar cheese on top and then cover with slices of bread (to make it like a sandwich). In a bowl, beat eggs, salt and pepper. To egg mixture, add dry mustard, onion, green pepper, Worcestershire sauce, milk and Tabasco. Pour over the sandwiches. Cover and let it stand in the fridge overnight.

    In the morning, preheat oven to 350Β° F. Melt 1/4 lb butter and pour over top. Cover with crushed Corn Flakes or Special K cereal. Bake 1 hour in 350Β° F oven. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving.

  128. Michelle

    I always have a dozen eggs on hand. I use them all the time, but my favorite thing to put them in is definitely dessert. I make great chocolate chip cookies, a variation on Nestle’s famous recipe with the darkest chocolate chips I can find.

  129. Mitzi

    One thing that we do with eggs that my very picky 3 year old eats is very simple. Egg salad sandwich. Hard boiled egg cut into small pieces, miracle whip and bread… woolah

  130. I love to make Egg in the Hole! It is so delicious! Just cut out the center of a piece of bread. Put bread on greased skillet, then break the egg into the middle of the bread slice. Cook like you would a regular egg, the flip. Enjoy!

  131. I am drooling! The broccoli, cheddar, sausage, egg muffins look amazing! Everything so delicious wrapped up in a tiny package! I will definitely be making these for breakfast soon!

  132. I have been using egglands best eggs for a few years-they always tasted better and seemed to last better than my store brand. We use them for chicken salad to put on sandwiches, boil and chop the eggs into small bits. Use shredded chicken, mayonaise, sliced grapes, walnuts, the diced eggs, and celery. Serve on a wheat roll. It’s yummy.

  133. Jennifer Wolff

    We go through a lot of eggs in the house. If it was up to a family vote, it would probably be breakfast burritos with scrambled eggs, bacon, potatoes and homemade salsa.

  134. Caitlin

    My favorite is German Pancakes. My parents have chickens and they make German Pankcakes with all the eggs. So yummy.

  135. Crystal

    Your recipes look great. I like to make breakfast stratta for special breakfasts. How can you beat eggs, sausage, and cheese all together in teh morning?

  136. I am a Texas Gal so I love MIGAS! In case you don’t know what that is they are scrambled eggs mixed with strips of corn tortilla topped with onions, chile peppers, tomatoes, and cheese. Migas are typically served with refried beans, and flour tortillas are used to roll the migas ingredients into tacos.


  137. One of my favorite egg recipes is an egg sandwich. I toast an english muffin, bagel or roll. Then I cook an egg in a skillet (I believe it’s called over easy…not sure)…once the egg is done, I sprinkle some cheese on it and put it on my bread. Then I put a piece of ham in the hot skillet to get all nice and hot. And put it on my sandwich. Yummy!

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  138. Brittany Johnson

    I am a big fan of this southwestern quiche and it is perfect for brunch! It is a tradition for Christmas morning in our home! Hope you enjoy it!

    Southwestern Quiche

    β€’ 1 4 oz. can green chilies
    β€’ 1 pint cottage cheese
    β€’ 12 eggs beaten with a fork
    β€’ Β½ cup flour
    β€’ 1 tsp. baking powder
    β€’ Β½ tsp. salt
    β€’ 2 cups cheddar cheese
    β€’ 2 cups Monterrey cheese
    β€’ Β½ cup margarine or butter melted

    Mix all together and add cheese and melted butter last. Pour into a greased 9×13 baking dish. Bake at 325 for 30-40 minutes.

  139. Robin Schick

    I love to make German Pancakes, it usually takes a lot of eggs and I love that it puffs up in the 9-13 pan and looks like mountains.

  140. Sandy

    The recipe that i LOVE that I use a lot of eggs in is German Pancakes. SOOOO yummy. I’m excited to try eggland’s best eggs! Anything that adds something healthy to my cooking for my little ones is great! Thanks Jenny!

  141. Natalie

    I love my breakfast cass. in a bundt pan. Take grands biscuit rolls and cut each one into eights. Cook breakfast sauage, I prefer the hot breakfast sausage. Divide 8 eggs in half and 2 cups of cheese divided. Place half the biscuits in pans then half eggs, cheese, and sausage. Repeat. Bake accroding to biscuit direction, it may need a little longer to bake then stated. Just keep checking the eggs.

  142. Andrea

    I use eggs for SOOO many different recipes but my favorite food to use eggs for is definitely an egg sandwich. I’m currently pregnant and it is very nice that I don’t have to travel farther than my kitchen to satisfy my cravings, since eggs and bread are something that you ALWAYS have on hand.

  143. We love to make a German Apple Puff Pancake in my cast iron skillet. It’s mainly butter, flour, a bit of sugar, and about 6 eggs — the eggs are the leavening and give the puff pancake its “rise.” It is yummy covered with cinnamon apples, syrup, and powdered sugar!

    Thanks for the chance,
    musesofmegret (at) gmail (dot) com

  144. Brandi J

    We love eggs at our house. During the week, just scrambled with some ham and cheese. Quick and easy. On the weekends German Pancakes are a hit around here.

  145. Christy

    My latest breakfast favorite is just the regular scrambled eggs, except I add in about a cup of salsa to the mix. Now I can’t eat plain eggs!

  146. My FAVORITE recipe with eggs in it is German Pancakes! My Mom has made them for as long as I can remember!! Once I got married and started my family I decided they were going to be a staple in our home. They are and my kids and hubby them!

    Thanks for this opportunity! I hope I win! (Fingers crossed!)


  147. Tricia

    I love eggs! My favorite egg recipe is just hard-boiled, but you have to eat it while it is hot (just cooked) and sprinkle it with Franks Red Hot and salt and pepper!! OMG!!

  148. Stephannee

    I love eggs!!! We almost always have a breakfast night and eggs are the staple- My fav is breakfast burritos with everything but the kitchen sink. . .Anything in the fridge goes- I’ll try anything once!

  149. I loved deviled eggs… and Mexican Brownies (named that for the mexican vailla of course) Some of my friends like to refer to them as chocolate butter…. nummy!

  150. Heather M.

    I would have to say my favorite use for eggs is in breakfast burritos! My husband and I have them for dinner at least once a week, they are hearty, fairly healthy & delicious!

  151. Amy

    We like my mother-in-law’s quiche recipe, in fact we just made it the other night. It has full-size hashbrowns on the bottom that are baked and then covered with layers of cheeses and ham and then it has an egg mixture poured over top. We eat it for dinner!

  152. We’re pretty simple in this family. We love egg white sandwiches with turkey bacon and cheese on Fiber One Whole Wheat english muffins. I also make a very yummy quiche with pancetta, shallots, and cheddar. MMMMM!!!

    We really do love eggs.

  153. Susan B

    I use a couple of dozen eggs a week, and there’s only 2 of us in the household! I have got to try Eggland’s Best–your description of their quality is enticing!
    I make mine scrambled with dry ranch dressing as seasoning, served with grated cheese, and avocado slices.

  154. One of our favorites is a sausage and egg casserole. Layers of bread cubes, shredded cheese, mushrooms, and tomatoes, topped with 10 beaten eggs. Very tasty brunch dish!

  155. Quiche is my favorite thing to do with eggs. Eggs, spinach, cheese, milk, salt and pepper all poured into a pie crust and I have breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Eggs are awesome!

  156. Rolyndia

    We love to have hard boil eggs in the refridge at all times. One of our other favorite things are swedish meatballs which call for 2 eggs and a yolk.

  157. Marisa

    My favorite dessert is a french dessert called Far Breton. Basically it is a custard with rum soaked raisins and prunes.

  158. Julia

    Eggs Benedict with a side of steams asparagus. I love eggs and have to tell myself I can’t eat them for every meal every day!

  159. Jenna W

    Lately I have been boiling a lot of eggs for my little one. He loves them! I also love to make all kinds of cookies which require an egg or two! thanks for the give-away!

  160. Shell

    My favorite way to eat eggs is scrambled, so I’m always adding this or that to them. ranchero scrambled eggs evolved from this & while this recipe isn’t totally mine I still love it & its quick & simple. Scrambled eggs, monterrey jack cheese (or whatever cheese you have) & salsa.

  161. I think the best thing to do with Eggs is make French Toast. It could be baked french toast (you know, the kind that you let sit overnight in the fridge and then just throw it in the oven the next morning) or plain old dip and put on the grill!

  162. So this isn’t a traditional “egg” dish, but one of my favorite things to do with eggs is actually to make meringues and experiment with the different flavors and uses possible. It works great with some frostings and of course PIE!

  163. I love to make homemade PUMPKIN PANCAKES!!!!!!!!! They are SOOO delicious when you use fresh Eggland’s Best Eggs and wheat flour along with fresh or canned pumpkin! Mmmm! I also have a recipe for cinnamon maple syrup that tops them off PERFECTLY!!!

    Man… I want some right now!!!!

  164. Brenda

    I make a frittata at least once a week. I can use up all the veggies and little pieces of cheese that are lurking in the fridge, and they are great for breakfast, lunch and dinner too!

  165. Jessica

    In our house, we LOVE our scrambled eggs. Add red onions, fresh spinach, green peppers and some cheese and it’s YUMMY!

  166. Debbie

    I love a good quiche!! My favorite is Spinach and bacon.
    A few time a year, I have to make good old fashioned egg salad too!! Yumm!

  167. I love cheesy eggs with velveeta cheese. I grew up eating them and still love them to this day! When I was pregnant it was one of the only things i’d eat in the mornings!

  168. KathyC

    Here is our favorite egg recipe:

    Sausage Egg And Cheese Biscuit Casserole

    1(1-pound) package ground pork sausage
    1 cup shredded Italian 5 cheese blend
    1(8-ounce) velveeta cheese, cubed
    4 large eggs
    3/4 cup whipping cream
    1 tablespoon dried thyme
    1 teaspoon garlic salt
    1 teaspoon ground black pepper
    1(10.2-ounce) can refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
    Garnish-fresh thyme leaves

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

    Spray a 9 inch square baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Set aside.

    In a large nonstick skillet cook sausage over medium-high heat stirring occasionally until sausage is browned and crumbly. Drain well.

    Sprinkle sausage and cheeses into prepared dish.

    In a medium bowl, whisk together eggs, cream, thyme, garlic salt and pepper. Pour over sausage mixture. Arrange biscuits evenly over top. Bake for 20 minutes or until biscuits are golden. Cover with aluminum foil and bake 15 minutes longer. Let stand for 15 minutes before serving. Garnish with fresh thyme, if desired.

    Link to my photo:


  169. Diana H.

    We love German pancakes (aka puff oven pancakes) with orange sauce. My boys ask for it all the time and I’m more than willing to make them. Yumm.

    Love your blog!

  170. Tera

    I love making egg sandwiches with turkey lunch meat. We also love to make breakfast burritos; eggs, cheese, turkey bacon, & hashbrowns…yuuummm πŸ˜‰

  171. Kate Schneider

    My fiance’s mom makes the best omelets I’ve ever had… she worked in a diner and is a pro! My favorite is when she makes them full of ham and cheese and green peppers. Yummmm. πŸ™‚

  172. We love eggs at my house. My Grandbabies always want them every time they come over. Over Easy, Scrambled, etc. So we cook and use alot of eggs. My favorite thing to make with eggs is Pastry Cream. Love that stuff. My husbands favorite is Ice Cream, and I make all our ice cream homemade! Yum!

  173. The thing I make most often with eggs is just plain old scrambled eggs. I leave the yolk out and scramble the whites with pepper and salt and a tiny bit of milk–love it. I am excited to try Eggland’s Best next time I make them!

  174. I LOVE Egglands Best and have been using them for years. My husband, who is a chef, insists on having them in the house. They are best, in my humble opinion, ANY WAY. Soft boiled, fried, poached…I do not use them in baking since you don’t taste egg but you cannot beat the taste when you are having eggs!

  175. Whitney

    Wow! Lots of gourmet readers. My family is happy to just have eggs for breakfast, although sometimes for a treat we have them for dinner with some turkey bacon and cheese.

  176. Nichole L.

    Every Christmas morning, my mom makes an egg-bake casserole. It is made with sausage, cheese, bread and eggs. My entire family loves it!

  177. My favorite egg recipe calls for ALOT of eggs. It is an egg bake with sausage and cream and cheese. You put in 18 eggs. Pour the cream over the top and it turns into a custard when it bakes. Yum!!

  178. Deirdre U

    I know it sounds easy, but I make a mean Eggs Benedict. To poach an egg perfectly takes patience and skill. I also make my hollandaise sauce from scratch and serve it over a toasted sourdough round, applewood smoked bacon, and that perfect poached egg. My husband loves when I serve this for breakfast!

  179. Megan

    My favorite might be deviled eggs — LOVE them. I like to sprinkle a little curry powder on mine. Also, I love scrambled eggs with a little olive oil and brown sugar mixed in. It sounds weird, but someone I knew made them for us once, and they were REALLY good.

  180. cathy

    my favorite is egg salad my mom made this all the time when we was kids,also deviled eggs are really good too.got to love eggs

  181. We love egglands best! We make scrambled eggs and cut up veggies. The favorite veggies are peppers: red, green, yellow and CELERY! try it is so good! thanks for the giveaway!

  182. Yvonne

    my favorite egg recipe is a simple flan recipe that my aunt taught me a couple years ago. all you need are 4 eggs, condensed milk, evaporated milk, and sugar and you’re set πŸ˜€

  183. We love pletta. The main ingredient in pletta is eggs. Pletta is tiny little crepe like pancakes that are cooked in a pletta pan. We eat them with powdered sugar drizzled with lemon or lime juice. So yummy. Our kids friends like sleeping over cause they know they will get pletta in the morning.

  184. My family loves my grandmother’s nut roll recipe..while I always think hers tastes better, my family does devour it within a day when I make it:

    Nana’s Nut Roll:

    4 cups all purpose flour/sifted
    3 T sugar
    1/2 t salt
    1/2 lb butter
    1 cake yeast
    5 egg yolks
    1/2 pint sour cream

    Sift flour, sugar, and salt. Cut butter into sifted flour as for pie dough. Crush yeast with 1 T sugar to make a paste. Put sour cream into yeast. Beat egg yolks well. Add sour cream mix to yolks. Blend together with flour mixture until dough is smooth. Refrigerate overnight.

    1 lb walnuts, finely chopped
    5 egg whites
    1 cup sugar
    1 t vanilla

    Mix sugar with nuts. Beat egg whites until stiff. Add sugar-nut mixture and vanilla to egg whites. Separate dough into 3 equal parts. Roll out from 1/2 to 1/8 inch thin. Spread softened butter over dough. Put filling over this and roll as for a jelly roll. Let rise for 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours. Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in 350 degree overn for 30-35 minutes. When cool, or slightly warm, frost with a glaze of 1 T butter, confectioner’s sugar and water.

  185. kathy steadman

    We love to make our own egg mcmuffins and egg burritos and then freeze them for quick and delicious breakfast. Yum!

  186. winnie lee

    I love eggs scrambled with whatever add ins are in the ‘fridge. I also love to make curds; lemon, lime, passion fruit, guava. Yummy!

    Thank you

  187. Katie

    I love Veggie omelettes. Just chop up any of your favorite fresh veggies, saute in a little olive oil and add the egg. Cook until desired “doneness” of the egg. I eat mine with ketchup, but I’m wierd. YUM!

  188. Marie

    Egg Sandwiches. Scrambled eggs, toasted bread and some yummy cheese. And a little spinach to the sandwich if in the mood. My daughter always ask for them for lunch. Easy peasy and so yummy!

  189. Emily

    I love to make what my mom called Giant Pancake. I think its more recognizable name is a German Pancake….based on the recipes I have seen. We would have it on cold rainy nights. I made it for my husband and he considers it to be a dessert….not a dinner. Anyway you slice it, it is delicious.

  190. Jenny

    I use eggs in so many things! It’s hard to narrow it down to a few recipes. I do scramble them and fry them a lot, and I use them in so many different baked goods. I really want to try Eggland’s Best and see if I notice a difference.

  191. I love an South African recipe that a friend gave me in the Fall. It is kind of a brunch quiche type of a recipe. It has spinach, egg, feta, crubled bacon, etc. It is to die for…YUM!

  192. Amy

    I LOVE german pancakes – some people call the hootinanny (sp?)

    melt 1/4 cup butter in a 9×13 pan (I usually melt it in the oven during preheating).

    In medium bowl:
    Beat 6 eggs
    Add 1 c. milk and mix well (add 1/4 cup more in dry climates)
    Add 1 c. flour and dash salt mix well
    Pour over melted butter
    Bake at 400 for 20 min
    Serve with syrup

  193. My favorite breakfast is Puff Pancakes, also known by many other names; German Pancake, Mountains and Hills…anyway, here’s my recipe for it!

    Puff Pancake

    6 eggs
    1 cup milk
    1 cup flour
    Β½ tsp. salt
    3 Tbsp. butter or margarine

    1.Take out middle rack in oven, leaving just the lower rack. Preheat oven to 450Β°F. Set 9X13 inch glass pan into hot oven on lower rack until very hot.
    2.Meanwhile, beat together eggs, milk, flour and salt by hand or in blender or food processor until smooth.
    3.Take pan out of oven and melt butter or margarine in it.
    4.Pour batter into pan. Bake at 450Β°F for 10 minutes, then reduce heat to 350Β°F and continue cooking for 10 – 12 more minutes.

    Variation: Peel and chop 2 – 3 apples. Spread apple chunks evenly in pan after butter is melted. Sprinkle with 2 – 3 Tbsp. cinnamon sugar mixture. Pour batter over apples and continue baking as instructed above.

  194. Amy H,

    Hootanannys! Or German pancakes I think some people call them- but Hootanannys are so much more fun to say.

    I am a believer in Eggland’s Best as well! I have tried them all, and my sisters and I agree that Eggland’s Best taste really the best! And have you noticed, that they have the least messy cartons? I have rarely found eggs that are broken in my egg cartons- the regular store brands- always broken, messy, sticky. I guess they just ship them better!

  195. Whitney

    Scrambled eggs is an all time favorite of mine, but what people don’t realize is that the secret ingredient to scrambled eggs is cottage cheese. I dare you to try it. Just add the cottage cheese a little before the eggs are finished cooking. It makes the consistency and flavor of the eggs perfect and the cottage cheese makes it so the eggs are never dry. YUM!

  196. courtney

    Dippy eggs πŸ™‚ eggs over easy and then a piece of toast to ‘dip’ in the runny yolk! a favorite since childhood:)

  197. great giveaway. my new fave is julia child’ amazing omelette. very simple, just eggs, salt pepper adn butter and they are fluffy and fantastic!

  198. Erin Woods

    My kids love quiche! We like to do a cheese and bacon for the kiddos and a spinach with roasted peppers and onions in the other. Yum!

  199. I love to make Fried Matzos with eggs. It’s something my mom made me when I was young, and her mom made it for her. I plan to make it for my kids and then teach them how to make it for their kids! For 2 servings, soften one and a half crunched up egg and onion flavored matzo crackers under hot water in a colander. Crack one egg into a bowl and add about a T of hot water then beat it with a fork. Smash the crackers into the egg mixture and let it soak up the egg while you heat a skillet with butter in it to make it non stick, on medium high heat. Pour the egg and cracker mixture into the pan and cook like a fritatta. Yummy!

  200. Britney

    Custard French Toast!! So amazingly good. It’s sugar, milk, eggs, vanilla, and heavy whipping cream. Top with a raspberry sauce…so good!! A great egg recipe!!!!!

  201. Honestly, I’m in love with toad in the hole right now! A little melted butter, a slice of thick rye with a hole torn in the middle, and an egg cracked in the center is heaven to me πŸ™‚ Easy peasy.

  202. Oven puff pancakes

    8 eggs
    1 cup milk
    1 tsp. salt
    1 cup flour

    1 cube butter

    Mix milk and eggs well. Add salt and slowly mix in flour.

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees and melt butter in pan. Coat all side with melted butter and pour in batter. Bake for 20 minutes until done and puffy.

    This is pure heaven. Serve with maple syrup and powdered sugar.

  203. Jen McDonald

    I don’t know what to call it, but my mil makes this great egg casserole with green chilies, Monterrey jack cheese, sour cream, and eggs. It is REALLY good and with salsa on top is even better.

  204. Holly

    I am a picky shopper especially for my clothes. When my son came home from college and went to fix breakfast he took the eggs out and said, “Really mom Eddie Bauer eggs too!” My kids tease me all the time about my Eddie Bauer eggs. I love Eggland eggs! One of our favorite recipes is scrambled eggs with sharp cheese, chopped ham and green onions. Sometimes we add rice and a little soy sauce…mmmmm.

  205. Jamie

    my favorite thing to make with eggs is a vegetable egg white omelet with mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, spinach and tomatoes

  206. Last week I had nothing to make for dinner so I threw together some breakfast burritos with everything I had in my fridge!! They were amazing! This is what I did:

    7 eggs
    1/2 pound ground beef
    chopped green onion
    green chilis
    sauteed mushrooms

    then I used uncooked tortillas (cooked them of course) and made the burritos! SO SO yummy!! And pretty healthy too!

  207. Gina

    Mmmm…quiche! Eggs, cubed ham, chunks of potatoes, S & P, cheese, pre-made deep dish crust. Super easy and oh so yummy!

  208. Nicole

    Once, a month, my husband and I treat ourselves to a bacon and egg sandwich on the Arnolds sandwich thins. SOOOO good!!

  209. Anna

    A simple and easy crowd pleaser is mini veggie frittatas. I beat 12 eggs along with cheese, chopped mushrooms and peppers. Spray a mini muffin pan with Pam and fill with the egg mixture. Bake at 350 for about 15 minutes. Delish!

  210. I ALWAYS use Eggland’s Best Eggs. I eat eggs with pretty much every meal… egg white scrambles in the AM, Cobb Salad (with chopped egg) for lunch, and I always make buttermilk biscuits with whatever dinner I’m making. One of my favorite recipes is my Lemon Pound Cake, in which you use 6… yes that’s right 6 eggs for just one pound cake! So I need the best quality eggs for my baking products.
    THANKS EGGSLAND’S BEST for healthy and delicious eggs! πŸ™‚

  211. Thanks for the great giveaway Jen! I babysit our young granddaughters quite a bit and one perpetual favorite is scrambled eggs with american cheese melted over. They love them. It would be fun to try this product in scrambled eggs for them.

  212. I love making a hashbrown crust quiche, with monterey and cheddar cheese, milk, sourcream and green chilis! So good!! I have never tried EB eggs, but I will put them on my list, and see if I can taste a difference!

  213. Elise

    This morning I made an egg casserole for breakfast. They are so yummy and warm, perfect for a rainy morning!

    Chile Cheese Casserole
    Β½ cups butter (I used real butter)

    10 eggs

    Β½ cup flour

    1 tsp baking powder

    8oz diced green chilies (I used the mild)

    Dash salt

    1 pint cottage cheese (I used a non fat cottage cheese)

    1 lb jack cheese grated

    Use a large bowl lightly beat eggs, adds flour, baking powder, salt and blend together. Add butter, chilies, cottage cheese, jack cheese and blend.

    Bake @ 400 degrees for 15 minutes, and then reduce to 350 degrees for 35 to 45 minutes until golden brown on the top.

    I suggest when baking, depending on your oven to check the casserole a few minutes earlier on the 35 to 45 minutes time frame.

  214. Jan K

    My favorite egg dish is a baked french toast with blueberries and toasted pecans and a caramel sauce. Yum yum yum!

  215. Jessie

    I love making crepes with eggs then filling them with a yummy marshmallow and cream cheese mixture and topping them off with strawberries. YUMMY!

  216. Katie

    Homemade egg muffins are the best. I always used Egglands Best when pregnant and I know that is why my little girl is so smart πŸ™‚
    1 whole wheat english muffin (Orowheat is the best)
    1 fried egg
    1 pc of 2% Kraft cheese
    salt & Pepper.
    Toast english muffin, add egg & cheese
    Simple and tasty for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

  217. theresah

    I absolutely love vegetable omelets w/a dash of tabasco. I switched and started using Egglands Best. Can definetely taste the difference, better flavor. Omelets are great to have for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

  218. Julie S-G

    I eat eggs every single morning. Honestly, I just love simple, scrambled eggs with a bit of milk and cheese…YUM! I also love a really simple “quiche” made with lots of zuchinni, Bisquick, eggs, milk, and parmesan cheese. So simple and delicious!

  219. LaJessie

    I love making deviled eggs with a touch of horseradish in the traditional recipe, it really gives them a tangy taste! Yumms!

  220. Bev

    I love just a great hard boiled egg. For the longest time, I could never get them right and now I have a foolproof way and love to eat them all the time!

  221. Larisa

    I love eggs in so many dishes but my favorite is probably the simple scrambled eggs with tomatillo salsa. So simple… so flavorful!

  222. Shelly

    Eggland’s Best are the only kind of eggs I buy. I like that they are better for you than regular eggs and still taste the same. I like to make quiche with a potato crust instead of pie crust.

  223. Either homemade egg-mcmuffins that my dad makes or good-ole loaded scrambled eggs with lots of different veggies. Granted, I like eggs in my desserts too πŸ™‚

  224. Teralyn

    We love Cheese Dillies – you use the egg batter from french toast and dip one side of two pieces of bread. Take one piece of bread and put the dipped side down on the skillet then add a slice of cheese and then take the second piece of bread and put the dry side face down. toast the one side flip and toast the other side until cheese is melted. They have been in our family for at least 3 generations.

  225. Michele K

    I love just a good ‘ol egg sandwich! To lighten it up a bit, I toast 1 slice of bread and cut it horizontally ( takes a little practice), fry 1 egg in some smart balaance, top with 1 slice of light american cheese. A very satisfying breakfast with a piece of fruit and coffee!

  226. Here’s my favorite egg recipe:
    My daddy calls them “popcorn eggs”
    Scramble your eggs right into a buttered hot skillet, continuously stir and chop the eggs. Keep cooking beyond how you would cook regular scrambled eggs. Keep chopping and frying! The finished product should resemble small popcorn crispy bits of eggs.
    Ok, serving…take gulden’s mustard and put all over top of your eggs in your plate.
    Eat with toast, sausage or bacon and make a sandwich- YUM! SO good πŸ™‚

  227. Becky

    I love breakfast burritos, especially with some tater tots and sausage/bacon thrown in there. I also love a good quiche, but usually don’t have time to put it together.

  228. Erica

    My favorite recipe with eggs is German Pancakes. I love to eat them with sour cream, brown sugar, and fresh strawberries.!! Yum!!!

  229. Tiffany

    My favorite use of eggs is on a “Bo Burger” which I got from Paula Deen’s show a few years ago. It’s a cheeseburger with sauteed onions and a fried egg on top.

  230. I absolutely love scrambling a mix of eggs and egg whites with spinach and feta and serving on an english muffin. This is Saturday comfort food to me!

  231. raygon

    Thanks for the egg muffin recipe. We will have to try that one.

    We eat a log of eggs in our house. Our favorite thing is breakfast burritos. (for breakfast lunch or dinner!)

    Scrambled eggs, cheese, sausage, salsa all wrapped in a warm tortilla. So yummy!


  232. Megan

    My favorite egg recipe is hazelnut meringue cookies. You make a meringue, mix half with chopped hazelnuts and cinnamon. You scope the nut mixture onto a cookie sheet for a cookie base, top each with the left over meringue, and put a whole hazelnut on top. Yummy!

  233. Mel

    The 5 of us have been sharing winter colds and flu’s for months now, so we love scrambled eggs with a touch of 1/2 and 1/2. Quick, easy and tasty.

  234. Lori Lion

    favorite egg recipe… well, I love them scrambled just by themselves. But this weekend I tried an applesauce spice cupcake that topped my “favorites” list

  235. Tammy

    I am not sure if this is available to canadian residents( i am from alberta canada) but i thought i would still leave a comment. I buy these wonderful eggs, the antibiotic free ones and i like to make 2 favorite dishes. One is potatoe egg salad with cooked cubed potatoes, cooked eggs cut up some miricle whip and a little green onion and sprinkle with paprica, sometimes i add some dill or mustard to it. My other favorite it home made egg mcmuffins so easy and quick.

  236. Karen

    I raise chickens so I don’t buy Eggland Eggs very often. But there is that time during the winte where my chickens just don’t lay and then it’s only Egglands Best for us. They are just like my own right out of the coop fresh eggs. As for a recipe, my absolutely favorite egg recipe is just a plain old soft boiled egg, served with a slice of buttery toast. Mmmmmm, nothing could be better!

  237. Heidi F.

    My favorite egg dish is called Spinach Pie. It’s basically a quiche with tuna fish and spinach. My kids love it!

  238. Angela

    I LOVE scambled eggs…boring I know but they are so good! I also, LOVE Meat Lovers Quiche Muffins…they are similar to your Brocolli and Sausage ones! Yummy!

  239. Kimberly

    My favorite thing is omelets. I make them with eggs, bacon,green onions, bell peppers, tomatoes and of course cheese…lots of cheese.

  240. I am the wife to a picky eating hubby and the mom to two children, 1 is picky and the other will eat just about anything and the hostmom to an exchange student, sorta picky.

    I made a Quiche for the first time and it was a SUPER BIG HIT and they have asked everynight when I am making it again (TONIGHT IS THERE LUCKY NIGHT)

    6 Eggland Eggs (that is who we use)
    1/2 cup of Half & Half
    1 cup of Diced Hame
    1 cup of Swiss Cheese
    Some Chives..

    Preheat the oven to 400*, cook the empty pie shell for 8min. and then remove from the oven and drop the temp down to 325*, fill the pie shells with the filling, and bake for 35-40 min.

    Serve with some fresh fruit Salad and YUMMO!!!

  241. anna

    My family’s favorite way to eat eggs is Deviled Eggs or egg salad sandwiches. They could eat them for breakfast, lunch & dinner if I let them!

  242. Steph McCord

    There is nothing more comforting than a good old french toast casserole. It takes whatever “leftover bread” you have on hand, 1 dozen eggs (!!) and some half & half – spice it up with cinnamon, nutmeg & brown sugar and you’re ready to go!! Thanks for the chancew to win!!

  243. Marlene

    I think that the only good egg is one in a dessert. I choose chocolate cake or cheesecake or applesauce cookies or cinnamon rolls. The list never ends!

  244. Cathy

    I don’t know if I have a favorite recipe as I LOVE to bake and you can’t bake without using eggs…. However, my family does love my Keylime Pie or Keylime Cheesecake. πŸ™‚ Oh how I love cheesecake.

  245. My favorite egg recipe is a breakfast casserole with eggs, ham, potatoes, green onions, and a combination of cheeses. It is fabulous and I would eat it every single day if I could. I’ve never tried eggland, I’ll have to give them a shot!

  246. I hard boil eggs and use just the whites and mix in hickory smoke tuna (in the foil), mustard, chopped celery, salt and pepper and wrap it in lettuce. I eat it for lunch a lot!! Thanks.

  247. Joy

    My all-time favorite egg recipe is a good old fashioned cheese omlet. I love to spice it up with tomatoes, peppers, onions, mushrooms, and pepper jack cheese. I also love gluten-free sweeet and sour chicken where the “breading” on the chicken is actually just whipped eggs baked over the chicken.

  248. My husband makes us “Tortilla.” He learned to make it in Spain. Eggs, ham and some diced, cooked potatoes. It is delicious and we love to have it for dinner. Comes out a little like a big omelet. Thanks for the giveaway.

  249. I make an egg cup for brunch. Line muffin cups with layers of wheat biscuit. Fill w/cubed ham and shredded cheddar. Pour egg/cream mix. over and bake. Yum.

    I also love Angel Food Cake.

  250. Danielle

    My favorite way to eat eggs is in a quiche! I love throwing lots of bacon, ham, sausage and cheese in one for hubby, and broccoli, ham and cheese for me!

  251. mary

    I love eggs and use them in so many things, but my favorite is probably Buttermilk Pie. It is a custard pie using eggs, butter, sugar, flour, vanilla and buttermilk. I love the sweet and tangy combination.

  252. Dawn Herselius

    I’ve become addicted to making something I call a baked omlette.
    You can use what ever combination of ingredients you want but here’s my favorite:
    6 eggs
    1/4 c. milk
    1 green pepper, choppped
    1/2 red onion, chopped
    1/2 c. crumbled feta cheese
    Olive oil spray
    Preheat oven to 375 degrees
    Spray deep, oven safe skillet liberally with olive oil spray. Over med heat, add green pepper and onion and cook until just starting
    to soften. In a separate bowl, add eggs and milk, whisk to combine. Add vegetable mixture to eggs, then add cheese and mix until just combined. Spray skillet with olive oil spray and add egg mixture. Stir with wooden spoon or spatula until eggs are just starting to set. Place skillet in preheated oven and bake for 20-25 minutes. I top with homemade pico de gallo. It’s my favorite quick, easy weeknight meal!

  253. Cut a circle out of a piece of bread…melt butter in pan…drop egg in center…cook a bit and flip for a wonderful quick breakfast. I’m thinking the egg muffin pull aparts look amazing.

  254. Dianne

    Scrambled eggs, crumbled bacon or sausage, sharp cheddar, diced sweet peppers, fresh cracked pepper all rolled up in phyllo pastry and baked into a DELISH breakfast sandwich! Dunk in fresh salsa, Yumm-o!

  255. Suzanne

    We love breakfast burritos with scrambled eggs, cheese, and sausage all wrapped up in a warm tortilla. They make a great breakfast, brunch, or dinner!

  256. Britta

    I love plain old poached eggs and scrambled eggs with cream cheese and veggies…also, cage-free organic eggs taste so much better than the regular eggs from the grocery!

  257. Well I think just about every one of my favorite desserts has eggs! My favorite “egg” recipes would have to be quiche and a skillet breakfast with poached eggs on top. I love that these eggs are more nutritive than other eggs – such a bonus!

  258. Kristin Y

    My favorite egg recipe is for popovers. 2 Cups flour, 1 cup milk and 2 eggs. Put in a cold oven at 450 and bake until done (about 1/2 hour)

  259. My family loves pop-up pancakes, baked in the oven. Then we serve them with fruit and syrup.
    I love Eggland’s Best eggs too. You really can taste the difference, and they are much higher quality.

  260. Daisha

    I love German Pancakes . . . tons of eggs in those babies! Top it with jam and powdered sugar and they are incredible.

  261. Sarah Jane

    I make this on the weekends. From Taste of Home!
    2 sliced bread
    1/2 pound bulk pork sausage
    1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
    3 eggs
    1 cup milk
    1/2 teaspoon ground mustard
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1/8 teaspoon pepper


    * Remove the crust from the bread and cut into 1-in. cubes. Place
    in a greased 8-in. square baking dish.
    * In a skillet, brown the sausage over medium heat until no longer
    pink; drain. Sprinkle the sausage and cheese over bread cubes.
    * In a bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, mustard, salt and pepper. Pour
    over the sausage and cheese. Bake at 350Β° for 30 minutes or until
    puffed and golden. Yield: 2-4 servings.

  262. Hillary

    Puff Pancakes. They are so easy to make (just eggs, flour, salt, and butter), but they are delicious! YUM! Thanks for this great giveaway!

  263. Jen in CO

    Soft boiled eggs, tossed in an spinach salad with cherry tomatoes, avocado slices and oil and vinegar dressing! And I agree you CAN taste a difference.

  264. I love quiche!! And, here’s how I make mine (delicious):
    bake a premade/frozen pie crust. Spread a tablespoon of prepared mustard on the bottom.

    Then, whisk together about 3 eggs and some milk or cream. Mix in chopped, fresh basil and some ground black pepper.

    Fill the baked pie shell w/ chopped, cooked ham & some shredded cheese. Pour the egg mixture over it. Bake.

    The mustard on the crust is what really gives it that extra kick!!

  265. Lenae Trent

    Our favorite egg recipe is for German Pancakes or Dutch babies. I learned how to make these un High school home ec. class. They are probably my kids favorite breakfast ans we make them every Sunday. The recipe is so simple too. You can multiply the recipe for how many people you are feeding. For each person you will need 2 eggs, 1.2 cup flour and 1/2 cup milk. That is it! We usually do 8 eggs, 2 cups milk and 2 cups flour for our family. You mix in the blender for 2 minutes and bake at 425 for 20 minutes. Eat with powdered sugar and syrup or jam. Enjoy!

  266. Emily

    We love eggs at our house too!! We go through 5 dozen a week…is that normal?? Probably not, but we do πŸ™‚ My favorite egg recipe is our Egg Cassarole. Eggs with green chilis and cheese layered. It’s always a hit!!!!

  267. Sally O

    Deviled Eggs are our favorite. I sometimes add horseradish to spice them up a bit. I like using a cut of green chili pepper on top for a little decoration.

  268. we always stock up on eggs because i go through so many of them a week! my favorite thing to do is make pate a choux (cream puffs), but lately i’ve REALLY loved making breakfast (something i don’t usually do during the week) and have been craving over easy and sunny side up eggs a lot!! i also like to boil several for the week to have a hard boiled egg as a healthy snack in between meals so that i’m not munching on chips or other not so good for you stuff!!

  269. Stephanie

    I love poached eggs!

    Ingredients Needed:

    Eggs, room temperature


    White vinegar (optional)

    I like to call them ghost eggs for my kids!

  270. I love Quiche and was so excited to find that they aren’t too difficult to make! I am not the world’s best cook, so anything that is yummy and easy to make is top on my list!

  271. Rebecca

    I actually make an egg dish every week for breakfasts that I can just stick in the microwave — no real recipe. A couple of eggs, a couple of egg yolks, some cottage cheese, whatever veggies are lying around, and some spices; just stick em in the oven at 375 for about 30-40 mins and you’re good!

    Thanks for the chance to win

  272. Elizabeth

    When I think of eggs, I love “Toad In The Hole”.
    Toast the bread and make a hole in the center and fry the egg inside the toast. Yummy!

  273. Christy

    My husband makes the best eggs! He adds milk and loads them up with cheese…then scrambles them. We love to eat them on a bagel.

  274. I LOVE EB! So funny, we had to borrow eggs from our neighbor (aka the Reverend from our church) when I was younger, and he explained to me that they were Eggland’s Best, showed me the EB printed in red, and told me some info about them. I’ve been hooked ever since!

    I like it simple- 3 egg whites, one egg, scrambled. NOM!!! That says EGGS to me.

  275. Kimm Geria

    I love eggs, One of my favorites is a egg scramble of:
    Hickory bacon
    carmelized onions
    monterey jack cheese

    I cook my bacon and pour out the grease and add a little butter to the pan and then carmelize my onions and then add in the other ingredients. Very yummy. Posting on Facebook

  276. Oh, we love German pancakes around here! Lots of eggs in there! The hubbs fam always makes a dish called Spinach Souffle- it’s very eggy, spinachy and cheesy…

  277. D. Dallas

    Just plain scrambled eggs or omelets are my favorite. I fix them ALL the time and love Eggland’s. That’s all I ever buy.

  278. Robin

    I love to make gougeres with gruyere cheese. It’s a pate a choux dough with the cheese mixed in to make it savory instead of sweet. The recipe calls for 4 eggs, which give the gougeres a nice pouf and eggy inside texture! Love it!

  279. Sara

    To my fiance and me, weekends mean sleeping late and cooking a big breakfast at home. One of my favorite egg dishes is the ‘leftover omelet.’ Throughout the week, we will save leftovers from some of our dinner entrees and use them for omelet stuffings on the weekend. Savory, meaty, juicy dishes work best. Some of our favorites have been pulled pork bbq in a cranberry/chili sauce, slow-cooked venison roast and meat/veggie leftovers from taco night. I use 2-3 of eggland’s best free range/certified humane eggs, a little bit of milk, pepper and a cuban spice mix that I make myself. Sometimes we add gouda or cheddar cheese. Then the leftovers go inside the omelet, and we usually add a topping or side of salsa, bbq sauce and/or sriracha sauce for a kick.

  280. My favorite thing to make with eggs… a custard-base vanilla bean ice cream. Then use the egg whites to make an angel food cake. It’s the perfect summer dessert.


    Each Christmas we have Swedish Eggs (go figure we’re Danish). The eggs are baked & cut into squares. You top them with a sour cream sauce & what ever topping your heart desires (bacon, cheese, shrimp…you get the idea.

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