Your backyard chickens are doing a great job! They’re laying eggs like crazy, and your refrigerator—if not your kitchen counter—is starting to fill up with egg cartons. That is a good problem to have, but what are you going to do with all those eggs?
The obvious solution is to eat them. As food products go, you really cannot beat eggs. At only 70 calories, one large egg has 13 essential vitamins and minerals and high quality protein. Egg whites contain some of that protein, riboflavin, and selenium, but the majority of nutritive value of an egg is in the yolk.
So, you’ve made deviled eggs and are already eating eggs for breakfast in a variety of ways. How many different ways are there to eat an egg? The good news is that eggs can be incorporated into any meal of the day, and we have found some of the best egg recipes out there. Happy cooking!
Kick off your morning with a breakfast containing eggs, and get your day off to an egg-cellent start!
Hosting brunch with friends? Don’t forget to include eggs on the menu! Eggs are a brunch staple, and your pals will be begging for these recipes.
Who says eggs are only a breakfast food? These recipes take lunch to the next level—by adding eggs.
If you are having a party, why not make some great appetizers that include eggs? We found some tasty conversation starters.
Breakfast for dinner is an old standby, but if you are looking for something new and different for dinner, eggs make a delicious addition!
As any good baker knows, eggs are essential for creating delectable desserts. Fire up the oven and get baking!
Eggs are great for kids’ growing bodies and minds. The protein helps keep them full until snack time or the next meal and gives them nutrition they need without having to worry about extra calories.
Your backyard flock is a great source of this nutritional wonder that is perfect for any snack, meal, or time of day.
Fall is here and that means it's time for pumpkin-everything. 🎃
But what do you do with your pumpkins once the season is over? If you throw them out your pets could be missing out on a tasty snack.
For livestock, pumpkins can even stand in as an additional feed source.
Whether you have a patch of leftover pumpkins that didn't sell for Halloween or you just have a few that decorated your porch, it's time to re-purpose them.