Whole Egg Powder Giveaway!

May 23, 2013 | 456 comment(s)

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It’s time for a giveaway here on the Preparedness Pantry Blog, don’tcha think?

The giveaway prize is two cans of Provident Pantry™ Whole Egg Powder—a #10 can and a MyChoice™ can. So, if you win you’ll have a smaller can to experiment with now, plus a large can to keep in your long-term food storage for the future!

Egg and bacon frittata

Whole Egg Powder is a versatile product—you can use it to make scrambled eggs, frittata, or quiche (we suggest adding powdered milk for better results when you’re using the Whole Egg Powder instead of Scrambled Egg Mix), plus you can add it to baked goods in place of fresh eggs. Anywhere you would use fresh whole eggs, these make a great substitute—and they’re stable on the shelf much longer than fresh eggs, too!

To enter, just leave a comment on this post telling us what recipe(s) you’d like to try if you win. If you came to this post from Facebook, be sure to comment here on the blog, not just on FB.

That’s it, folks! Good luck.

--Sarah

P.S. We'll pick a winner next Tuesday, so you've got the long weekend to think about what you want to make and spread the word about the giveaway.

 

The winner will be contacted via email. If you are the winner and do not respond to our email within 3 business days, you will forfeit your right to the prize and another winner will be chosen.

All entries will be verified. Contest is open to all customers with a US shipping address; however, free shipping of the Weekly Wednesday Giveaway is included for the winner to the 48 contiguous United States only. For any locations outside this area, the winner is responsible for arranging and paying their own shipping costs. If you purchase a Weekly Wednesday Giveaway item during the giveaway and win, we will send you an additional item or issue you a refund for the product you purchased—whichever you prefer.

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Comments

  • Jana Carter  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try scrambled eggs and a bacon quiche recipe with the egg powder.

  • Randy  |  May 23, 2013

    French Toast!

  • Rebecca Byrd  |  May 23, 2013

    I would LOVE to make an onion , bacon , and cheese frittita!

  • Rob K.  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to see if an omelet would come out as light and fluffy using the egg powder as opposed to real eggs. It seems like it would not fluff up, but I am not sure... yet.

  • Amanda Sellers  |  May 23, 2013

    We have been using them in everything!
    we especially like baking with them.

  • Joyce Conklin  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try quiche, but I will probably start with an omelet, to be sure I know how to use the dried eggs.

  • Stuart  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use the egg in a breakfast casserole with hash browns, bacon, sausage and cheese.

  • melissa meredith  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to make quiche lorraine.

  • Kathy  |  May 23, 2013

    I love to bake and know this would be a great addition to muffins, cakes, etc. Really would love winning!

  • Chris Knutson  |  May 23, 2013

    Since I have never used Whole Egg Powder, I would like to try quite a few things. First, plain old scrambled eggs. Then a quiche, maybe salmon, potato, and smoked cheese. I make it with regular eggs. so it would be nice to compare the two.

  • Cherise Snow  |  May 23, 2013

    Spinach and Cheese Tarts.

  • Gary Diamond  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use it to make egg noodles. also use it to bake awesome chocolate cake.

  • CM  |  May 23, 2013

    Would love to try making a quiche with this, have an old recipe of my mom's that's delicious.

  • Ruth Miller  |  May 23, 2013

    I would try the crepes recipe, and corn muffins

  • dennis bozung  |  May 23, 2013

    mmmmmmmmmmmm

  • Kathleen McAuliff  |  May 23, 2013

    Would enjoy a various amount of recipes with the powdered eggs!

  • Ruth Miller  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try the crepes recipe.

  • Harold  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd try making eggs and chorizo, maybe add some hash browns too.

  • Diane Wilscam  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it to make crepes and a egg casserole

  • CheriseSnow  |  May 23, 2013

    My own recipe is spinach and cheese tarts. Almost all from freeze dried products.

  • Heather Smith  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it in a Denver Omelette Frittata

  • Fred Evans  |  May 23, 2013

    First, I'd like to make some sourdough bread with the egg powder and then whip up some French Toast with more of the powder. I might even open some canned butter and dehydrated blueberries to put on top.

  • Jessica Johnson  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use it to make Green Chile Pie. So good to serve with Doritos!

  • Al Brackett  |  May 23, 2013

    What I call a pan scramble. Eggs, bell peppers, onions, ham, sausage, with fried potatoes

  • Johnnie Keating  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try it French toast roll ups. Good luck to everyone..

  • David  |  May 23, 2013

    I would be interested in trying the Whole Egg Powder in baking. I already use powdered skim milk to good success. In case of an emergency, I don't want to go without fresh bread.

  • Julian W  |  May 23, 2013

    Some sort of scrambled egg casserole. Recipe to be determined later.

  • Fred Evans  |  May 23, 2013

    First, I'd make sourdough bread using the egg powder and then make French Toast with it using the egg powder.

  • Johnnie Keating  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try French toast roll ups. Good luck to everyone.

  • carolyn argabrite  |  May 23, 2013

    I will try it in my homemade cake recipes.

  • cheryl rehmatullah  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to make some type of casserole.

  • Fred Evans  |  May 23, 2013

    First, I would use the egg powder in a sourdough bread recipe and then mix up the powder and make French Toast.

  • David Brock  |  May 23, 2013

    add to a waffle recipe and mix in a protein smoothie shake

  • Joan Henderson  |  May 23, 2013

    Omelets and quiche....yummy :P

  • Joel Lumsdn  |  May 23, 2013

    Im interested in trying all kinds of recipe's , chorizo and eggs , bacon egg and cheese omelet, breakfast burritos, i have not made a purchase yet ,but im planning on it in the near future. we camp alot, and im also storing some food for emergencies. I hope you choose me, eger to try this out.
    thank you.

  • Frank  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use it to make a soufflé!

  • Bruce Armstrong  |  May 23, 2013

    Cheesy Garlic Scrambled Eggs

  • Teri Cobb  |  May 23, 2013

    I love using whole egg powder,just add to my dry ingredients and extra water and it tastes the same as if you used real eggs !!!

  • DeWaine Yearsley  |  May 23, 2013

    One of my favorite is eggs and Summer Sausage. I am looking forward to trying this with the egg powder.

  • Mary Hartshorn  |  May 23, 2013

    I will use whole egg powder with Denver Omelet. Will see how good it will turn out.

  • Dianna Whitmer  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use the egg powder in every recipe I have that uses regular eggs: Chocolate chip cookies, brownies, bread, etc. are some of the recipes I have that use powdered eggs.

  • Jen Smith  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try a breakfast casserole!

  • Josh Haney  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try a few things...maybe a custard...or homemade mayo

  • Kimberly Carter  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to see how it taste in an ham and cheese omelet. Love me some eggs!

  • Arne Sandness  |  May 23, 2013

    I've got a great frittata recipe including potatoes, asparagus, broccoli, onion and ham. Would love to try to create it using egg powder.

  • Cynthia Corulla  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try:
    Cilantro Chile Sauce

    2 large cloves garlic
    1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
    2 tablespoons lemon juice, freshly squeezed
    1 small bunch cilantro
    1 green (serrano) chile, seeds removed
    2 pinches ground cumin
    a couple big pinches of salt

    Frittata
    6 large organic eggs
    1 tablespoon olive oil
    1 small yellow onion, chopped
    3 small potatoes, very very thinly sliced
    1/2 cup yellow zucchini or cauliflower,1/2-inch pieces
    1/4 cup goat cheese, crumbled
    1/4 cup pumpkin seeds, toasted
    couple pinches of salt

  • D Webb  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try a western omelet!

  • Guy  |  May 23, 2013

    Apple-Stuffed Swedish Pancakes are my favorite, never have tried with powdered eggs...Yet

  • Brenda Arnold  |  May 23, 2013

    Even though we keep chickens, there are periods of time where they don't lay. The first thing I would try with the whole egg powder is homemade manicotti shells. If the powder can make those, it can make anything!

  • Kevin white  |  May 23, 2013

    Scrambled eggs, sausage crumbles,and cheese blend in a tortilla shell. Big breakfast burrito with a big glass of the instant non fat powdered milk!

  • Felina M  |  May 23, 2013

    I have always wanted to make a quiche

  • Scott M  |  May 23, 2013

    I have a great sausage and onion scramble to try. :)

  • Kevin Wright  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to see how it would do in a cake mix or in a breakfast burrito

  • Mary Lynn  |  May 23, 2013

    I have chickens and it's so much work once some illness comes in - I just told my husband that I think I will invest in our future with powder eggs instead.

  • Joyce Fortner  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try them in a breakfast casserole and stuffed french toast.

  • tina narushof  |  May 23, 2013

    egg custurd pie i bet it would be great my mother raised all her four kids on powdered eggs we didnt have alot of money and my grandfather would get it from the goverment every month and give it to her

  • james  |  May 23, 2013

    PP whole egg mix is good in the home made recipes i make or even mixed with a little milk and cheese for the kids egg omelets. makes breakfast quick and easy when camping.

  • Ron Rock  |  May 23, 2013

    Want to try a breakfast burito with whole egg powder and mushrooms and bell peppers and cheese and some diced potatos.

  • Dacia Cahanin  |  May 23, 2013

    If I win I'd love to try my Zucchini, Spinach, Corn, Sausage cornbread muffin recipe!!! My kids gobble them bad boys up after school and have no clue they have veggies in em haha and I dare not tell them!! I'd also love to try using it in my strawberry cream cheese poke cake!!

  • Craig Snapp  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try baking with it, quiche, frittatas, Mizuna or just make Hominy and eggs.

  • Karen Lester  |  May 23, 2013

    My daughter would love to try making a custard pie!

  • Michael Couch  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to make an old fashioned Denver omelet for my family, I would do this secretly one Saturday morning by having a wonderful breakfast all prepared for them.
    I could then show them (my wife included) that the food items we are stockpiling are just a useful for everyday cooking as they will be in an emergency. Just because it is freeze dried or powdered dose not mean it is any less tasty.

  • Myfanwy Evans  |  May 23, 2013

    The eggs would be perfect in a cheese strata; also, french toast.

  • Susan Decker  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to make a frittata with this!

  • karl tanner  |  May 23, 2013

    Powdered eggs are my favorite. In the military it was a chance whether you got them cooked or half cooked. Either way I thought they were great, one way just needed more Tabasco.

  • Mike Hyneman  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try making French toast with this!

  • Craig Snapp  |  May 23, 2013

    Oh another great and super easy dish would be Tamagoyaki. If your a sushi fan you'll know Tamagoyaki as that sweet delicious roll at the end of your meal. This is such a simple recipe and delicious I'll post it here for all to try:

    Tamagoyaki

    4 eggs
    1 TB sugar
    2 TB mirin
    a pinch of salt
    1/2 tsp light soy sauce or regular soy sauce
    oil for the pan



    need a nonstick pan 8", a pair of chopsticks and heat resistant spatula to help to turn the egg, a rolled up paper towel to wipe the pan with oil before each new layer of egg.

    set aside a small bowl of oil with the rolled up paper towel for wiping the pan with oil.
    beat everything together other then the oil.
    brush the heated pan with a little oil and pour 2 - 3 TB of egg mixture into the pan. cook over low heat until the bottom is dry and the top is still runny. roll the egg with fork or chopsticks to one side of the pan.
    brush the pan with a little more oil. put another couple of TB of egg mixture in. spread it around, lift the egg to the new mixture get under the cooked egg. cook until ready to roll, then roll to the other side. repeat until the mixture is used up.
    turn the heat up to lightly color the egg a little on all sides, do not over cook the egg.
    let cool a little, cut into thick slices and serve. or let cool and serve it at room temperature.

    tips from just hungry: don't over beat until foamy, does not work well this. if you tamagoyaki seems a bit too runny, you can firm it up by 1/2 min or so in the microwave.

  • Leslie O'Brien  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd love to win this, as I have a favorite crab quiche recipe that I would love to try to make with this product. I also do a Rueben quiche with canned corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut that I'd like to experiment with.
    Thank you for always having providing good products and great variety!

  • gayle powell  |  May 23, 2013

    so many uses

  • Crystle  |  May 23, 2013

    I would to make a breakfast pizza with the egg powder. Also an egg scramble with chorizo and cactus.

  • Lynn Jeffries  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a recipe that I make every year at Christmas for my family. Sausage and egg casserole. Yummy.

  • gayle powell  |  May 23, 2013

    egg and onion sandwich

  • Cherry Hicks  |  May 23, 2013

    I don't know what the recipes name is for the picture with the give away information, but I want to make it. I looked for it in the recipe section but, couldn;t decide which one it was, but it looks delicious. I want to make it. Cherry

  • Gail Hogsten  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd love to try a frittata and a quiche with the egg powder! We just bought an assortment of My Choice tins so we could experiment with the foods and would love to add the egg powder to them!

  • Tasha Allen  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try using it for cookies or maybe my homemade bread recipe that uses eggs.

  • joshua kruckenberg  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try mixing the scrambed eggs with burger meat.....sounds wierd but i do that now so.... =)

  • Verna-Rae Miller  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a soffle'

  • Tasha Allen  |  May 23, 2013

    i'd like to try the whole eggs in my home made bread recipe!

  • lynda stickler  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try a quiche recipe that has been in our family for many years and is a family favorite.

  • cindy reed  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try some breakfast meals on a a campfire and some backpacker dinners.

  • Drew Morgan  |  May 23, 2013

    Quiche!

  • Liz  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try making my own cake and baking mixes with these dried egg powder.

  • bill reed  |  May 23, 2013

    Im learning to cook some meals for emergencies and camping.

  • Tasha Allen  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try the whole eggs in my home made bread recipe :)

  • Dianna Cole  |  May 23, 2013

    I'm going to make Spinach Quiche with re-hydrated spinach, onions and cheddar cheese.

  • Tasha Allen  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try the whole eggs in my home made bread recipe :) Thanks!

  • Tasha   |  May 23, 2013

    i would like to try the whole eggs in my home made bread recipe. Thanks :)

  • Kate redden  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd love to adapt my spam quiche recipe to food storage with powdered eggs

  • Doug Warren  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try the sunny side up ... LOL

  • Dawn Warren  |  May 23, 2013

    My family loves Breakfast Burritos so I would try them with some sausage crumbles, cheddar cheese and tortillas. YUM

  • Dawn Rodriguez  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to see how they work not only for regular breakfast, but also with making some of my homemade pecan toffee melt in your mouth cookies. I've cooked with other dried eggs in my past and my kids never knew the difference. If you asked them, they would never believe that they ate anything but fresh eggs. That is what a good Mom does., she provides for her kids not only sustenance but comfort, be it hugs or comfort foods.

  • Drew Nevitt  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try German Pancakes (or Popeye Pancakes as we call them in my family). If these can stand the test of a 90% egg recipe, they can be good for anything!

  • Dolly Hughes  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to make the cake , brownie and muffin mixes that are made for food storage. I have the recipes, but no powdered eggs.

  • Pauline Lambert  |  May 23, 2013

    Would love to try the quiche recipe.

  • Linda Lovely  |  May 23, 2013

    We love omlets filled with cheese and mushrooms. I would try to make this with the powdered eggs!

  • ron  |  May 23, 2013

    thank you

  • Gene DeLauder  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a egg vaniila cake recipe

  • Linda Lovely  |  May 23, 2013

    We love omlets filled with cheese and mushrooms. I would try to make that with the powdered eggs!

  • David Shover  |  May 23, 2013

    French toast

  • Ray Miles  |  May 23, 2013

    As a rule, powdered whole eggs work wherever real eggs do. I'd like to try them in what I call Mexican breakfast casserole.

  • Charlie Boutwell  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to add egg powder, for extra protein, to my juice and fruit shakes.

  • Barb Adams  |  May 23, 2013

    If I win, I will use 1 can for emergency storage; and the other can I would like to make omelets for my family with the 2nd egg mixture. The surprise can will be a bonus; hoping it will be a fruit one.....love fruit, specially blueberries!

  • KDT  |  May 23, 2013

    Oh boy! food! would love some of that quiche. It looks delicious. Would love to try that. Think it would work out OK with the powdered eggs?

  • Rob  |  May 23, 2013

    I'm unbelievably eggcited to make a "Charleston Breakfast Seven Year Casser-Old." I'll need to 'shell' out some funds to buy a number of other ingredients from your site, but the 94 powdered eggs in your #10 can are eggsactly what I need to get started. That's all yolks!

  • Matthew  |  May 23, 2013

    scrambled eggs and omelets

  • Helen Brown  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try it in bread pudding. It should work well in that or any custard type dish.

  • Carl Ekholm  |  May 23, 2013

    I think I'd like to try and make a nice quiche with this. Thank you for the giveaway/contest.

  • Mitchell Morgan  |  May 23, 2013

    This would be good addition to my supplies

  • Christine  |  May 23, 2013

    First thing I'd do is make a Denver Omelette.

  • Gertrude Ezell  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to make a good Spanish Omelet. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

  • Carolyn   |  May 23, 2013

    Have never tried powdered eggs, but I'd like to try some quiche recipes with this product...Thanks, Carolyn

  • David Bloomfield  |  May 23, 2013

    Egg powder what a great product !!! Looking forward to making new diabetic recipes.

  • Melissa Morphies  |  May 23, 2013

    love to try in some baked goods

  • Lori Crook  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it in baking. Probably in making a cake from scratch.

  • Thomas Niedbala  |  May 23, 2013

    French toast

  • William Wennen  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a simple ham/or bacon and cheese omelet with the powered eggs.

  • Martha Cole  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a scrambled eggs, bacon, green and red peppers, with cheese quiche.

  • Spielman Paul  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to experiment with eggs, potatoes and sweet peppers . . while I was camping out under a canopy of trees, and waking up to the sound of a stream nearby!

  • janice tumberlinson  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try bacon n egg grits.

  • Jan  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try egg quiche

  • sally stroud  |  May 23, 2013

    Egg white veggie omelets!

  • John F  |  May 23, 2013

    I would definitely like to try and make my frittata recipe.

  • Shelley Allen  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try my own personal breakfast casserole! I've been wanting to add eggs somehow to my storage but was afraid to, being I didn't know how to use them! This would be AWESOME!

  • John F  |  May 23, 2013

    I would definitely like to try and make my frittata recipe.

  • James Stringham  |  May 23, 2013

    A sausage and egg quiche!

  • Pam Pullins  |  May 23, 2013

    My kids and I would luv to try the scrambled egg quiche! Sounds yummy!

  • Mark Short  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try this in what we called in Boy Scouts "Campers Delight" It consists of Scrambled Eggs, sliced boiled potatoes, and sliced bacon bits. cooked together. So many fond memories of Saturday mornings around the campfire.

  • mitzi frank  |  May 23, 2013

    i want to make the great looking quiche that i saw on your facebook post! i really love quiche...

  • Mary Klepac  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try making bread pudding or french toast with the eggs and powdered milk to see how it would work. Yeah, my husband calls the kitchen my lab and me a mad scientist!!!

  • diane nosbisch  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try making quiches with the egg powder and some of my dehydrated cheese and veggies.

  • M B  |  May 23, 2013

    I would make a custard. They taste so good; very smooth and creamy.

  • Sandra  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a quiche recipe with it.

  • M B  |  May 23, 2013

    I would make a custard might taste. They taste so good; very smooth and creamy.

  • Penny Stapel  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try Omelets in a bag with eggs, cheese, any meat and vegies you choose.

  • Diesta Kaiser  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to see how it goes in cakes or cookies, I've never tried powdered eggs in baking.

  • Diesta Kaiser  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it in cake or cookies, I've never tried using powdered eggs in baked goods.

  • Amber lamb  |  May 23, 2013

    I love fritattas especially cold in the summer as an easy dinner, so I'd pry try that!

  • Ernie Smith  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it with my Mother's egg bake recipe. Torn pieces of bread, cream or milk, dried mustard, cheese, bacon or sausage, onion, mushrooms and or pepper if desired and the egg mixture baked at 350 for 45 minutes.

  • Kristin D  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try making chocolate chip cookies with these. To not have to run to the store to buy fresh eggs would be awesome.

  • Tully Reill  |  May 23, 2013

    Used to work in a professional bakeshop and I think these would be ideal for any bakedgoods recipe

  • Tina Watson.  |  May 23, 2013

    I like to use this for baking items sometimes. Pancakes are good!

  • Monica Drews  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it as an egg substitute in baked goods.

  • john  |  May 23, 2013

    One of my favorite things to make is banana nut bread so i would be really interested in seeing how this works out rather than using whole eggs.

  • Lauralee Hensley  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try a baked egg casserole full of peppers, mushrooms, onions, cheese and hashbrown potatoes. I'd also like to try out various bread recipes with them.

  • Tina Watson  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to use this for pancakes and waffles.

  • Tammie Sack  |  May 23, 2013

    I would make Egg, Sausage and Hashbrown Casserole. It's yummy!

  • Sue D  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try the egg nog recipe.

  • Jason C.  |  May 23, 2013

    I would really like to try out a recipe for western omelettes that I got from a friend. 1/4 cup each of reconstituted peppers, onions and ham and enough mixed egg to "hold it all together. Put in a 9 inch metal cake pan that is covered in foil and "bake" with indirect heat over a campfire. The foil keeps out stray embers and helps to steam the top. Another way would be another pan inverted over the top with coals on it to make an "oven" Cook til a toothpick comes out clean making sure the omelette doesn't burn. Another way would be to make the mix as mentioned above, putting it in a zip-lock type bag and boiling it low until cooked. Thats the "breakfast burrito, no tortilla" Adding cheese to the middle (If you happen to have some) Salt/pepper to taste and enjoy!

  • pat newberg  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try scamblled eggs recipes with bacon and many more recipe with the egg powder

  • angela bertrand  |  May 23, 2013

    i love emergency foods. i now buy it for my grown kids, not just to teach them how to use them but for them to build up their emergency supplies. Breakfast suasage scramble is next on the tryout and powdered eggs will be awesome.

  • Sylvia Wright  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try scrambled eggs and using the whole egg powder in baked goods.

  • Jason kolp  |  May 23, 2013

    Solar cooked eggs and porkroll

  • Jason C.  |  May 23, 2013

    - See more at: http://beprepared.com/blog/6443/whole-egg-powder-giveaway?sc=EMAIL&oc=INEM1452&pc=INEM1452#sthash.vUNosKfi.dpuf

  • Rebekah Shearer  |  May 23, 2013

    Oh, I would like to try my Momma's Quiche!

  • tara jewell  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like try my hand at making french toast and a cheese ,egg & ham cassarole with tater tots on top,and a cake of course

  • Samuel Brakebill  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try using these for breakfast burritos!

  • Jack hamilton  |  May 23, 2013

    My wife loves omelets, so I would like to experiment with some different combinations using the powered eggs.

  • Jenneane Taylor  |  May 23, 2013

    Just beginning my shelf stable food supply. Haven't tried the eggs yet. This would be a great opportunity.
    Thanks

  • Samuel Brakebill  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try these with breakfast burritos

  • carmel schneider  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a bacon burrito or bacon quiche

  • jonni mccoy  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to see something unusual that could be made with the whole egg powder in an emergency situation... When we are only able to use our camping stove or solar oven.
    Could we pick muffins? What other creative things could we make other than scrambled eggs and quiche.

  • Susan McMillan  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to make a flan from food storage. I would cook it in the solar oven.

  • Sarah Gray  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try to make zucchini pie as the zucchini season is almost here! I have been wanting to try these eggs since the reviews are great !
    Thank you

  • Lyle Cairns  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to use it to make some delicious brownies! ;)

  • Sarah Gray  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try to make zucchini pie as the zucchini season is almost here! I have been wanting to try these eggs since the reviews are great !
    Thank you

  • Suzanne Hardiman  |  May 23, 2013

    A frittata using peppers , cheddar cheese, whole egg powder and spicy sausage

  • Ann Glass  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try the Food Storage egg nog with the egg powder. We are cautioned not to use raw eggs, and I don't like the "cooked" egg nog recipes I have tried.

  • Carolyn  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a quiche with red, yellow and green peppers, onions and other goodies. Yum, yum

  • Darlene Allred  |  May 23, 2013

    I've got a crab quiche recipe I'd like to try it in. I'm also looking for a good French Toast casserole and would use powdered eggs in it too.

  • Teresa Russell  |  May 23, 2013

    I wonder how Potato and Egg Skillet Supper would work using powdered egg.

  • Teresa Russell  |  May 23, 2013

    Plain ole scrambled eggs might be nice!

  • Linda Hawkins  |  May 23, 2013

    I would really like to try plain scrambled eggs, a breakfast frittata and a pound cake. If it passes the test with those 3 things, it has to be an exceptionally good product.

  • Cristine Pegues  |  May 23, 2013

    Using the whole egg powder- I'd like to make a frittata with ham, asparagus, cherry tomatoes and fontina cheese!

  • Angie Miller  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to make my brownies and toad in the hole with the egg powder.

  • Julie  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try making a Spanish tortilla using the whole egg powder. I'd also like to try using it to make baked goods.

  • Angie Miller  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to make my brownies and toad in the hole with the egg powder.

  • Bob Koceja  |  May 23, 2013

    My recipe would be good 'ole scrambled eggs and bacon. It doesn't get any better than that!

  • Blue Childers  |  May 23, 2013

    An oven baked fritta with bacon, cheese and spinach would do the trick!

  • Cheryl Rotkiewicz  |  May 23, 2013

    I am taking them camping with me. That way I will not worry about food poisoning. Just put in a cooler and when ready make delicicious omelet or scrambled eggs. How easy!!!

  • nelllie proctor  |  May 23, 2013

    i'd like to try it with green chilis

  • Betty Doren  |  May 23, 2013

    Want to try the eggs in a cake recipe.

  • Caren Hanna  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try this with my spinach mushroom quiche!

  • Cassie Lindsay  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try breakfast tacos!!

  • Mark Roberts  |  May 23, 2013

    Mushroom, Bacon and Onion Quiche. Just need to figure out does how long white wine can be stored!

  • Scott Glenn  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it on my fried bologna sandwich. Add some onion and a slab of cheese. Now I'm hungry.

  • Rodney L Hopper  |  May 23, 2013

    Any & all,everything looks good,like to try new things.

  • Jo Brewton  |  May 23, 2013

    I'm going to make a "Southern Buttermilk Pound Cake" that calls for 6 eggs, and I will use the egg powder instead of fresh eggs. I have been using egg powder in my baking and can tell no difference from fresh eggs.

  • Scott Glenn  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try it on my bologna sandwich. Add some onion and a slab of cheese - mouth starting to water - hurry I might not be able to wait for the free cans.

  • diana stringer  |  May 23, 2013

    quiche Lorraine, bread, breakfast tacos......and sooooo much more

  • Barb Nischalke  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try making a broccoli, cheese quiche.

  • Robin Moody  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try the bacon quiche recipe. I would also like to try frittata since I've never had it.

  • Genielcrandall Crandall  |  May 23, 2013

    I would make a quiche to take to our RS preparedness meeting. I'd love for them to get to try it.

  • Nancy Harrison  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try any kind of omelet, lots of veggies and bacon bacon bacon.

  • Nancy Harrison  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try an omelet with veggies and bacon.

  • lynn nichols  |  May 23, 2013

    would like to try some of the different quiche recipes. I have never used this product before and I'm anxious to use it. Thanks!

  • tabetha  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try this just as scrambled eggs. I had no idea you could bake with it too! A nice cake would be my next experiment!

  • tabetha  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try this as scrambled eggs, and since i had no idea you could bake with it, a cake would be next!

  • Pjamerican  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try the whole egg powder to make an omelete.

  • Merry Harth  |  May 23, 2013

    I was thinking of buying some of this product this month already to try it out on different things. Like in Pancake batter. It thickens the pancake's to add eggs. Ive bought from you in the past, just not food yet & thats next on the list.

  • Vicki Holmes  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try an omelet with the egg powder.

  • Sean  |  May 23, 2013

    Just would make some scrambled eggs and mix it with some vegan food that my sister's family eats....A lil sneaky I know!

  • Susan Schaffer  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try a quiche and see how the scrambled eggs work.

  • Catherine F  |  May 23, 2013

    If I won the eggs I would start out with making some chicken and dumplings the Czech way. These dumplings require eggs and have no baking powder in them, so they are chewy and yummy when covered in gravy. when fried with scrambled eggs and butter they make a wonderful chewy/crisy/soft dish.

  • Mary Lynn  |  May 23, 2013

    It would be a lot easier than raising chickens to have fresh eggs! I would love to try them!

  • Catherine F  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use the egg powder to make chicken and dumplings. These dumplings would be made the Czech way with eggs, flour, and no baking powder. They are chewy and yummy when smothered in gravy.

  • Pat Turner  |  May 23, 2013

    Would love to see how the powdered eggs might work in a fruit cake -- typically they can take up to almost a dozen eggs, and it'd be interesting to see if this substitute would work (along with powdered butter and the candied fruit and spices) in a 'hard times' situation.

  • Catherine F  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use the egg powder to make chicken and dumplings. These dumplings would be made the Czech way with eggs, flour, salt and no baking powder. They are chewy and yummy when smothered in gravy.

  • Helena Whitstine  |  May 23, 2013

    I want to try it in spinach quiche.

  • Jean Peters  |  May 23, 2013

    Quiche

  • Jean Peters  |  May 23, 2013

    bacon quiche

  • Babe Brodniak 6-23-13  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try it in my favorite Quiche recipe and use it with cake mixes that call for eggs.

  • Shanna  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try _anything_ with powdered egg- especially recipes that depend on the protein bonding , but I've always been put off from experimenting because even the small cans are so expensive.

  • Heather  |  May 23, 2013

    I would try adding it to my favorite oatmeal pancake mix instead of needing fresh eggs when I prepare it.

  • Harry Anderson  |  May 23, 2013

    Each morning my wife fixes me a two egg sandwich, or a Rollie egg burrito. We will use them for those purposes plus we may try and egg and sausage burrito. Now, that would be cool.

  • David  |  May 23, 2013

    I can think of several i wish to use this with, besides a healthy southwest scrambled egg mix (containing chopped red and green peppers, onion, garlic, jalapeno pepper and cheese). I would also use it to prepare Mexican rice (again for a breakfast treat).

  • George  |  May 23, 2013

    I think a vegetable quiche, I would like to try with vegetable, fresh or freeze dried.

  • Monica Pluto  |  May 23, 2013

    We belong to a group of people who get together for a potluck breakfast every now and then. I always make several pans of quiche; spinach with ham and bacon with onion. It would be so much fun to make them with the whole egg powder and see if anyone notices the difference.

  • Peggy Eads  |  May 23, 2013

    I've long wanted to try the Whole Egg Powder. I would make Egg Omelet with peppers and onions...yum, yum. Good luck to the winner...Hope it's me <3

  • Janet Weinberg  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try making spinach swiss cheese quiche and a bacon cheese frittata with the Provident Pantry™ Whole Egg Powder.

  • D'Ann Dendy  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try them in a kitchen sink frittata.

  • D'Ann Dendy  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd use it in an omelette with everything in it.

  • ryan woerth  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to see how well they would work in a French Omelette.

  • Sarah Hawker  |  May 23, 2013

    I didn't realize you could make scrambled eggs with the egg powder until the other day.....so I'd give those a try along with the blueberry coffee cake since I love anything with blueberries!

  • Dayna Hooper  |  May 23, 2013

    First thing I'd like to make with the whole powdered eggs is a Dutch Apple Pancake. I'm curious if it would fluff up and bake up the sides of the pan like regular eggs do. The pancake makes a yummy breakfast that pleases everyone.

  • DebAnne Molden  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd like to try "egg salad" for sandwiches using the whole egg powder. It would be very interesting.

  • Tony  |  May 23, 2013

    Egg powder,green beans,bacon bits,cheese

  • yadava bahadoor  |  May 23, 2013

    the egg powder is good for more than 100 uses,one thing for sure you can never brake this egg.

  • Dan King  |  May 23, 2013

    I would use the whole egg powder in one of my favorite recipes, baked chile rellenos.

  • John Lewber  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a Custer cream pie.

  • Phila Storts  |  May 23, 2013

    I actually became aquainted with powder eggs when I was a teenager and my parents had to live off of welfare for a couple months while my stepfather healed from a back injury. They are quite tasty. I think they would be great in a breakfast cassarole, or an egg omlet...Yum

  • George Foulk  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try a family recipe that always seems to warm everyone up and get the day started. The ingredients include eggs, milk, pancake mix, pork sausage, green onions, diced ham, diced tomatoes, sliced mushrooms, monterey jack cheese, salt and pepper. It is so good and filling.

  • Ann D.  |  May 23, 2013

    I think fresh aspargas frittata would be my first recipe.

  • Raymond Garrett  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try Provident Pantry Whole Egg Powder in a Chili Relleno recipe that calls for eggs and use my Provident Pantry Freeze Dried Cheddar Cheese.

  • Robert Gordon  |  May 23, 2013

    Like to try an egg nog drink.

  • Jazzanne Fretwell  |  May 23, 2013

    Just plain old scrambled eggs!

  • Debra Baker  |  May 23, 2013

    I would like to try making baked goods with other long store pantry supplies, like a cake, pancakes or brownies. My kids love brownies and it is good to be able to make comfort foods.

  • Joy Payton  |  May 23, 2013

    So far, I have had success with every freeze-dried and dehydrated product I have tried from Emergency Essentials. My family loves any kind of quiche, so I would like to try it with whole egg powder. And, since I already have freeze-dried green onions, dehydrated hashbrowns and sausage TVP, I would also like to try an old family favorite: Farmhouse Breakfast Bake (my mom's recipe).

  • Edith David  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try the eggs. It sounds interesting.

  • Edith David  |  May 23, 2013

    I would love to try the eggs. I have wanted to try them for some time.

  • Deborah S.  |  May 23, 2013

    I love frittatas and have never made one with powdered eggs. It would be fun to try it.

  • Kimberly Grna  |  May 23, 2013

    I'd love to try making frittata or quiche...

  • Deborah S.  |  May 23, 2013

    I love frittatas and have never made one with powdered eggs. It would be fun to try.

  • David  |  May 24, 2013

    South Texas (over 60) Potato, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Taquitos

    1 large russet potato with skin, cut into 1/2-inch chunks half an onion, chopped (OK the whole onion I love onion) 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 tablespoon Land O Lakes® Light Butter with Canola

    4 eggs

    1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese Mrs Dash and pepper

    2 large flour tortillas (I use Smart & Delicious™ Low Carb, High Fiber Tortillas)

    Picante, (thick and chunky optional but recommended)

    Put the potatoes in a pot and fill with enough water to cover them. Bring to a boil and cook until the potatoes are just beginning to soften, about 5-7 minutes. You don’t want them to cook all the way; they’ll finish cooking in the skillet. Drain and set aside.

    Heat the oil in a medium skillet over medium heat; add the onions and sauté for 5 minutes, or until soft. Add the potatoes, salt and pepper and cook for another 5+ minutes, until the potatoes are cooked through and starting to get brown and crisp around the edges.

    Now, melt the butter over medium heat throw in the eggs to the hot skillet and stir constantly, until all the eggs are scrambled. Season lightly with Mrs Dash

    Heat the tortilla put the mixture on the tortilla, sprinkle cheese Picante to taste.

    I actually use a microwave but found you have to practice since cooking varies in every one I have ever used. Can even be made over a campfire or and yes it is true an engine you really do not need much heat or time to make these and they are a meal in your hand and a great way to start the day.

  • AniOre  |  May 24, 2013

    I've used the scrambled egg and love it, but haven't tried the whole egg ~ which says above can use in baking etc ~ Id love to try a bacon, hashbrown cheesy frittata

  • vickie cloud  |  May 24, 2013

    I have never made a quiche....my sister made a fritata and I would like to try to make both using the egg powder...

  • Anthony Dole  |  May 24, 2013

    Tha Almond Pancake Mix Recipe would be what I would try first.

  • Kim Belcher  |  May 24, 2013

    I think I would love to try the eggs in a French toast recipe. Yummmmm.

  • Jinny Davis  |  May 24, 2013

    Would love to try these in all my baked goods, but especially my pancake recipes! Our family eats whole grain pancakes from different types of fresh ground flour every Saturday and would love to try the egg powder to know I can have every ingredient I need from food storage.

  • Susan F.  |  May 24, 2013

    Zucchini quiche.

  • Betty Bowman  |  May 24, 2013

    I think trying egg nog and banana cake from the powdered eggs would make a great FHE treat and activity:))

  • Tina F  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to make a spanish omelet using some of the dehydrated potoes, butter, green and chile peppers, with a tomatoe salsa and cheese topping.

  • Tina F  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try a spanish omelet with the dehydrated potatoes, green peppers, onions, sausage and a mild salsa and cheese topping.

  • William A Metz Sr  |  May 24, 2013

    When I was young, my Mother would make me an Egg Custard - absolutely delicious stuff. She passed away several years ago, but luckily my wife is a pretty good cook and afer a lot of cajoling I finally got my wife to make me some using my Mom's old recipie. It was Just as delicious as I remember from my childhood. I'm hoping I win this so I can get my wife to make me some more!

  • Lila Shuler  |  May 24, 2013

    I tried it and like it. Great for food storage.

  • Morris L.  |  May 24, 2013

    Scrambled eggs are always a quick meal preparation for those morning you are in a hurry. I would like to powdered eggs in several casseroles and baked goods which require eggs.

  • Chris Knutson  |  May 24, 2013

    As I have never used Whole egg powder before, first I would make good, old scrambled eggs. Then I think I would try a quiche. Maybe salmon, potato and smoked Gouda. I make it with regular eggs and it would be interesting to compare the two.

  • Chris Knutson  |  May 24, 2013

    Scrambled eggs, then a quiche.

  • JC Orey  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try the eggnog recipe.

  • Robert Adame  |  May 24, 2013

    We have been using you products at our deer lease for years and would love to cook our Cowboy breakfast for the guys! The powdered eggs would be a BIG part of it.

  • John  |  May 24, 2013

    Think outside the box. Scrambled eggs are a given, but the whole egg powder is so versatile. Like making cookies!

  • Joan Clark  |  May 24, 2013

    My daughter has celiac desease and is allergic to soy. Many emergency foods she cannot use. This is one that would help with breakfasts!

  • Cynthia Tobin  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to first use to make scrambled eggs, if I can make them taste good I know I can make anything taste good. These would be great to take camping so to avoid bring breakable fresh eggs and are better on the go so to speak.

  • beprepared  |  May 24, 2013

    Rob,
    You're right... just the powdered eggs won't fluff up like our scrambled egg mix. We suggest also adding some powdered milk, or adding fresh milk once the eggs are reconstituted.
    Sarah

  • Cindy Liane  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try baking peanut butter cookies with the whole egg powder.

  • Bill Speer  |  May 24, 2013

    I have tried these before but would like to experiment more with them. I bake a lot and would be anxious to see how this works in things like cakes, pancakes, breads, etc.

  • Bob Thompson  |  May 24, 2013

    Have had Mountain House but not this brand, cant go wrong! if not used in storage use it for camping or just household use!

  • Peggy Coppernall  |  May 24, 2013

    I would use these in my zucchini bread recipe, substituting the egg powder for whole eggs.

  • Sherrie Raynor  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to use them in my Special Cinnamon roll recipe!

  • James Roberts  |  May 24, 2013

    I do a lot of camping with the BSA and keeping food cool is a problem, on long camping trips. The boys like funnel cake so I have been dehydrating eggs and using powdered milk to go in the mix. I like your way better.

  • Ann Robitaille  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd love to try the Egg Powder in Quiche Lorraine. Sounds yummy!

  • Janene Grace  |  May 24, 2013

    baked omlet!!
    8 Eggs
    (1/2 C. Dehydrated Eggs + 1 C.
    Water)
    1/2 C. half and half cream
    (3 T. powdered milk + 1/2 C. Water)
    1 C. Shredded Cheddar Cheese
    1 C. Finely Chopped Fully Cooked
    Ham
    1/4 C. Finely Chopped Green Pepper
    1/4 C. Finely Chopped Onion (or 2 T.
    dehydrated onion)

  • Anne Gibson  |  May 24, 2013

    I would sautéed two tablespoons chopped sweet onion and two tablespoon chopped fresh asparagus bits in margarine, add the powdered eggs for scrambled eggs, sprinkle two tablespoon cheese bits and cook in small skillet. Reconstituted dry onion bits and mushrooms pieces, and a sprinkle of powdered cheese, can be substituted in emergency situations.

  • Terrance Way  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to try them three ways 1. as scrambled egs and cheese with bacon , 2. in egg custard , 3. as an additive to my protein smoothy drink

  • John Buesse  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to do a breakfast fried rice recipe. Simple really, calls for ham, bacon, eggs, onion, fried rice, cooked in a wok.

  • debbie  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try making a version of huevos rancheros.

  • Bob R  |  May 24, 2013

    I'm thinking of an egg-browned sausage casserole, all from freeze-dried ingredients. This would include adding some dried milk, onion and red and green pepper flakes, in addition to some black pepper and salt to taste.

  • Kerry Crowell  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try them in a breakfast quiche with ham and lots of veggies from the garden.

  • Dennis Barrow  |  May 24, 2013

    Well, the garden is starting to come up so that gets me thinking of fresh vegetables. Of course it snowed several inches here day before yesterday and that got me thinking of fall and hunting. So the thing to try cooking would be a simple scrambled egg with vegetables from the garden and some elk sausage from the freezer. Breakfast !!

  • Gary Graviett  |  May 24, 2013

    Have been referred to company many times, getting ready to start ordering for pantry

  • Sandie Scott  |  May 24, 2013

    I am ready to try the powdered eggs!

  • Andrea Harper  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try my favorite corn bread recipe and a breakfast casserole. Even sounds yummy!!!

  • jackie Brown  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd love to try this product in my baked goods, possibly when I go camping or want to have an egg w/o refrigeration.

  • Thomas Crean  |  May 24, 2013

    A classic 3 egg omelet with freeze dried chives, bacon, cheddar cheese and mushrooms.

  • Kim  |  May 24, 2013

    Scrambled eggs and bacon with some of the freeze dried cheese :) yum

  • Andrea Harper  |  May 24, 2013

    I wouldlike to try my favorite corn bread recipe and a breakfast casserole. Even sounds yummy!!

  • Michael B. Cloud  |  May 24, 2013

    Havn't tried the eggs, but if as good as everything else, I can't wait.

  • Kim  |  May 24, 2013

    Scrambled eggs and bacon with the freeze dried cheese over it. :) yum

  • Donna Kozar  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to make a scrambled eggs omlet with cheese.

  • Michael B. Cloud  |  May 24, 2013

    I had powdered eggs every morning while stationed on Guam during theViet Nam war. The cooks made a thing with bacon and cheese that I liked. I would like to try to duplicate it. Thanks

  • Fred Evans  |  May 24, 2013

    First, I would use the eggs to make sourdough bread. Then I would use the eggs to make French Toast.

  • Pete Hall  |  May 24, 2013

    It has to better than the powder eggs the military serve on deployment to the field excerise.

    I like to make the quiche recipe

  • Donna Doering  |  May 24, 2013

    Iv would like to try the eggs with bacon..

  • Laura  |  May 24, 2013

    I'm curious to see how this will do in a pumpkin pie.

  • Bob R  |  May 24, 2013

    Let's go minimalist. How about a dried whole egg- freeze dried sausage casserole with dried milk, onion and bell pepper chips, plus black pepper and salt to taste, all baked in a solar oven. Toss in some powdered cheddar cheese to boost flavor.

  • John Pitts  |  May 24, 2013

    I want to try a garden vegetable frittata

  • Tammy Wilson  |  May 24, 2013

    I have not cooked with egg powder yet. I tried to order it a while back but y'all were out at that time. I want to try all types of quiche recipes to see how the egg powder works then put some twist on them to make my own recipe. I love all of the other items from emergency essentials so far. Thanks, Tammy Wilson

  • Marcia Butler  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to try a egg breakfast bake with vegetables from emergency essentials. Maybe a vegetable quiche.

  • John Pitts  |  May 24, 2013

    I want to try a garden vegetable frittata and a tomato-spinach-goat cheese omelet.

  • Rodney Harding  |  May 24, 2013

    I would make elk sausage quiche with jalapenos

  • Jean Willis  |  May 24, 2013

    I think that I could make crapes with the egg powder.

  • Deborah   |  May 24, 2013

    I might try in a custard and as substitute in recipes.

  • shari watson  |  May 24, 2013

    Quinoa Burger-calls for 3 eggs, also i would like to see how to add some dehydrated onion, carrot and zucchini, and cheese powder would work.
    hmmm how would this taste in my morning smoothie?

  • Susan Shaeffer  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to make a bread pudding using the eggs and my husband would like to make his breakfast casserole ( he is very skeptical when it comes to eggs).

  • Don Neal  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to make a veggie quiche with vegetables out of my garden.

  • Kim Elias  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try this great baked french toast recipe I was given by a friend.

  • Beverly Cuellar  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try in in my green chile cassarole

  • Mary Hunt  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to try Huevos Rancheros, Egg Foo Yong, and a Hash Brown Omelet.

  • Pam Brinkerhoff  |  May 24, 2013

    The eggs are wonderful. I use them in receipts that
    Call for fresh eggs. My family can not tell the difference.

  • Rolando Garcia  |  May 24, 2013

    I would make delicious western omelets!

  • Marlaine Beasley  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to try making cheese burger pie which is made with a half dozen eggs.

  • Melanie OUten  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try them in a breakfast casserole with my storage peppers and bacon!

  • Frances Martinez  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to experiment with baking with the egg powder to see what recipes it would work with.

  • Sarah  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try and bake a cake and use this instead of regular eggs!

  • kim  |  May 24, 2013

    The Provident Pantry whole egg powder could come in handy for making a breakfast casserole with the freeze-dried hash browns and cheese. I would also like to try the whole egg powder with bread pudding made from the pancake or biscuit products. Since I drink a lot of smoothies this would be a great way to get a little protein along with the powdered milk and fruit.

  • Renee Collins  |  May 24, 2013

    Love to make my delicious sour cream pound cake, that will give me a chance to use my powder sour cream also!!

  • Elaine Haymond  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try using the egg powder in a breakfast casserole recipe.

  • Bon White  |  May 24, 2013

    I am really excited about this egg powder. I've been wanting to try it as a veggie omelet, and haven't gotten approval from the family yet to open a can. The little can is SOOOO good for this! I need it. I've got to try that dang omelet!

  • Aimee  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to try quiche or some sort of baked egg dish. I haven't tried egg powder with those yet, just in baking.

  • Brenda Fondon  |  May 24, 2013

    I thank you for helping to secure us in those times that are coming. God Bless you!

  • Susan  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try scrambled eggs with cheese and bacon. I would hope that this will give me the true taste of these eggs.

  • Debbie  |  May 24, 2013

    Crustless veggie quiche with cheese!

  • Frances Martinez  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try recipes to see how the egg powder would work baking.

  • Mike Vidaurri  |  May 24, 2013

    I would lime to try making veggie omelets with the powder eggs

  • stewart gerwig  |  May 24, 2013

    imagine all the baking goods that those two cans could make...drooolllllll

  • Patricia Armstrong  |  May 24, 2013

    I love eggs, love your products and would love to try the "Whole Egg Powder".

  • Ana Lopez  |  May 24, 2013

    Would like to try a spinach quiche recipe.

  • Loni Pincoski  |  May 24, 2013

    I am wondering how the egg powder would be for using it in a pumpkin pie? Do you think it would make a firmer custard?

  • Tom Hicks  |  May 24, 2013

    My wife & I want to try a Breakfast Burrito or Lasagna dish.

  • Kathy W. Lewis  |  May 24, 2013

    Potatoe and sausage Frittata! Yes, that's the ticket for me. I would definitely make this as the main dish that our family loves piping hot for a dinner - or - left-over cold for lunch. Now I think almost talking myself into making one; but I'll wait until next week to see if I'm making them with YOUR eggs and not mine this time! Thanks.

  • Max  |  May 24, 2013

    If the Whole Egg Powder can make a good omelet i have to add
    some to my food storage plan.

  • Louise  |  May 24, 2013

    I want to try whole egg powder in my "in-a-jar" recipes: cakes, cookies, omelets, I also want to try it in my protein shakes, I've heard that egg gives them a smoother consistency and ups the protein even more!

  • edward monreal  |  May 24, 2013

    ham egg and cheese

  • Vickie Mackey  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to use the egg powder in all of my recipes that call for eggs, that way I wouldn't have to worry about having eggs in the house for just me.

  • Kari  |  May 24, 2013

    For the last year i have been making "prepping" recipes that you just have to add water to but i have none with whole egg powder yet. If i won the recipes i would try is a hashbrown frittata, a souflee and my all dry corn bread recipe that is so lacking the eggs. It has dried buttermilk but is not right without eggs. I can't wait ti try this product!

  • David  |  May 24, 2013

    I would do a taste trial of scrambled eggs along with breakfast biscuits compared to regular eggs using my kids (6 1/2 and 3 1/2 years old) as reviewers.

  • loren  |  May 24, 2013

    love to make biskets from eggs powder

  • Janna Gaddis  |  May 24, 2013

    I love to bake, and would love to try the eggs in my World Famous Pound Cake!!

  • toby kouns  |  May 24, 2013

    love dryed eggs




















  • Susan Leader  |  May 24, 2013

    I have been thinking about getting this item to test recipes with. I think a lot of recipes can use powered whole egg.

  • Karin B  |  May 24, 2013

    My family loves to have a breakfast burrito for dinner and the left overs for breakfast! I cook 1 lb of each bacon, ham and sausage. Then scramble the equivalent of 18 eggs. When the eggs are almost done add the meat and half a package each mozzarella and cheddar cheese shredded. Once done add to a tortilla shell and wrap burrito style and enjoy! And every single one of these items can be found here at Emergency Essentials! The left overs last about 2 days.

  • Denise  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to use the eggs in breakfast bake. Hope to win!

  • Diane Edwards  |  May 24, 2013

    Whole Egg Powder ~ I would love to try them in my swedish pancakes and my ham, onion, red pepper, tomatoes, cheese omelettes. Yep, that sounds good. I think I I talked myself in making breakfast.....LOL :o)

  • Texas Patriot  |  May 24, 2013

    This would be EGGCELLENT! I haven't tried any egg products but it's been on my list would love to win this!

  • j. grys  |  May 24, 2013

    We have a family recipe. Fry chopped up bacon until half done, toss in 2 pieces of bread chopped into bite size squares, fry until crispy like a crouton, then add the uncooked scrambled egg, finish cooking. Called Craup Spraut....I think a German dish? Sometimes we add leftover potatoes chopped up.

  • Debbra Mason  |  May 24, 2013

    I like to go on camping and fishing trips and taking fresh eggs is a pain in the neck. I would like taking Whole Egg Powder to try for an outdoor breakfast and to make batter dipped fresh fish fried over an open campfire. Yum Yum!!!

  • Lance O  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd try them in French Toast too.

  • Kathy B.  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try with cakes and breads. My husband eats eggs every day so scramble eggs would be great to try for him.

  • William McCay  |  May 24, 2013

    We have a lot of product put back (almost al bought from Emergency Essentials) that will need eggs (or egg substitute) to make the recipes really good. We have been trying to save to buy this very product.

  • Sue Gwinnup  |  May 24, 2013

    We are big egg eaters in my house so scrambled eggs and french toast would by the first thing. I'd really like to experiment with bread and bread products. As my family prepares for the future these are key items for us. Can't go wrong with the basics.

  • Debbie West  |  May 24, 2013

    I have several recipes I would like to try out with the whole eggs. The best one is a quiche recipe that my family loves/

    9 to 10 pieces of cooked bacon
    1 C shredded cheddar cheese or mozzarella or swiss
    1/4C minced onion
    4 Eggs
    1 C milk
    1/4 tsp salt
    1/4 tsp sugar
    1/8 tsp pepper

  • KAZ  |  May 24, 2013

    Scrambled eggs with chorizo!!! hot hot hot

  • darrell robinson  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try and the eggs with peppers, onions, chicken, rice and tomato's. Maybe throw in thin sliced celery for the crunch.

    Darrell

  • Marcia Bowen  |  May 24, 2013

    I'll make egg buns, sweet roll dough, poundcake, fried rice, scrambled eggs, french toast, custard pie, ciche, and many other things that call for fresh eggs. I love how they keep on the shelf, and are fresh when I need them.
    NEXT TIME: Have a recipe contest so we will get good recipes even if we don't win the prizes,PLEASE.

  • Elizabeth  |  May 24, 2013

    Eggs I love them !!!! Would love to try the whole egg powder as I haven't tasted them before. We can't live without EGGS in my house!!!!! Please share your whole egg powder with my family. Thank You

  • Marcia  |  May 24, 2013

    I read this before placing my order, and I want to try so many things, that I'm going to order some right now. Keep the recipes coming, mmmmm. I hope they get here soon. I would love to win these to keep on the shelf, and give the small can to someone that needs them. God Bless You All.

  • JeanT  |  May 24, 2013

    I am amazed to see that there is such a product as dried egg! I would use it in any recipe to see if it is a food I could use everyday and /or for storage! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Michelle  |  May 24, 2013

    I would make scrambled eggs in a breakfas burrito!

  • Kay  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try chile rellanos

  • Robert H  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to try making a quiche recipe that I have with the powdered eggs.

  • matt  |  May 24, 2013

    like to try an omelet but not sure how that would come out with powder eggs. As a back up Texas chilli scrambled egg casserole. Now im hungry thinking about it.

  • Jill Kynaston  |  May 24, 2013

    I would make the quiche!

  • Neti  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to make potato and eggs with peppers, onion, garlic sausage. I would also use it to coat my chicken for breading.

  • Tom  |  May 24, 2013

    I've tried many of the Mountain House meal's and I liked most of them. I am a type two diabetic and is good that they don't add a lot of sugar.

  • Traci  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to try the quiche recipe. I love quiche, and being able to make it anytime-even with my long term storage foods-would be awesome!

  • maren B.  |  May 24, 2013

    French Toast....I use a lot of eggs each week making this.

  • Tracy  |  May 24, 2013

    veggie quiche, or french toast

  • Marilyn  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try the eggs in quiche, of course, but also in casseroles. Right now I have been craving a quiche with asparagus, bacon and perhaps Salmon. Sounds good, doesn't it? That is what I would use the eggs for first.

  • Robert  |  May 24, 2013

    Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • Pealine Sanders  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try just plain, scrambled eggs to go with my canned bacon and dehydrated potatoes. Could think of a dozen of more recipes, but this is my favorite breakfast. .

  • Pealine Sanders  |  May 24, 2013

    Canned Bacon and scrambled eggs with dehydrated hash browns.

  • Jennifer Ketcher  |  May 24, 2013

    Would love to try this! I do a lot of baking, and need something shelf-stable.

  • Kimberly Grna  |  May 24, 2013

    I'd like to try making a frittata and possibly a quiche. I'd also like to see how well they work as a substitute for fresh eggs in baking.

  • Loretta  |  May 24, 2013

    I have never used this before, but I think I would like to try french toast.

  • Tina  |  May 24, 2013

    French toast with homemade bread!!

  • christina vanmoorsel  |  May 24, 2013

    i would like to try the chicken alfredo or the homemade bread love this site !!!!!!

  • Nancy  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try them in a home made tunnel of fudge cake.

  • Connie Z  |  May 24, 2013

    cheese and spinach quiche

  • Sherry Harrison  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to make scrambled eggs then wrap them in tortillas with shredded cheese and salsa

  • BOB  |  May 24, 2013

    i would use the eggs baking homemade bread and cakes.

  • Lucinda Olsen  |  May 24, 2013

    Would love to experiment with Quiche recipes, and, also would like to try it in my favorite chocolate cake recipe.
    How long do powdered eggs last after the can has been opened?

  • derek  |  May 24, 2013

    protein drinks

  • danny  |  May 24, 2013

    chili and eggs

  • Rick  |  May 24, 2013

    a spinach and feta cheese omlet

  • Harold Smith  |  May 24, 2013

    Would like to do a fritata or a quesh

  • Rhonda S  |  May 24, 2013

    I would like to use them to make home-made noodles!

  • Dawn  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try an omelet full of veggies and cheese

  • Melinda  |  May 24, 2013

    Would like to try a cake, cookies and in several different breakfast recipes like french toast, scrambled and a casserole.

  • Pam  |  May 24, 2013

    I would use the egg powder to make good ol hand cranked ice cream!!!!!

  • Pam   |  May 24, 2013

    I would use the powdered eggs to make home made ice cream!!!!!

  • Vicki  |  May 24, 2013

    I would love to try the whole eggs in a spinach, onion, cheese and bacon frittata.

  • Nettie horner  |  May 24, 2013

    Two things, fried cornbread in a cast iron skillet on and open flame, and fried zuccinni flowers dipped with cornmeal, egg powder and milk

  • Terry Martin  |  May 25, 2013

    I would love to make a ham, cheese, veggie frittata. I have never used this product before.

  • ken pepper  |  May 25, 2013

    Would like to make egg custard pie.

  • Lorrie Camp  |  May 25, 2013

    I would make my special fruit and granola, chocolate chip cookies! Yum!

  • Pam  |  May 25, 2013

    I would use the powdered eggs to make homemade ice cream!!!!!!

  • Joanne  |  May 25, 2013

    I have been preparing for long term emergency storage and eggs are a staple that is needed for that storage. I love making quiches and omelettes with all different recipes. I would love to try the whole powdered eggs in my recipies . I use lots of eggs in my cooking and you never know when you can't get egg especially in an emergency like the tornados in Oaklahoma.

  • Joanne  |  May 25, 2013

    I have been preparing for emercencies with long term food storage. Whole powdered eggs are a staple for any food storage. I love making quiches and omelettes and would like to try using them in my recipes.

  • Tina D.  |  May 25, 2013

    Zucchini quiche !!!

  • Michael V. Page  |  May 25, 2013

    Anything my three grandkids (ages 7,6, & 1 1/2) will eat will be deemed a winner!! I'd start real basic, then keep adding ingredients til they eat it.

  • Nettie Horner  |  May 25, 2013

    Do alot of camping. Going to try pan fried corn bread on a open campfire and fried zuccinni flowers dipped in egg powder cornmeal and milk.

  • mark  |  May 25, 2013

    Got to try a quiche.

  • nettie horner  |  May 25, 2013

    Pan fried cornbread on a open campfire, and fried zuccinni flowers dipped in cornmeal, flour, egg powder and milk.

  • Cherrie Sjogren  |  May 25, 2013

    I love to cook and experiment so I would like to start with basic scrambled eggs with veggies and a FD cheese sauce, then move on to homemade egg noodles for an Italian Pasta dish, German Pancake with strawberries and whipped Cream, and for dessert a lemon Pound Cake with a luscious lemon sauce.

  • Grandma Carol  |  May 25, 2013

    Wow, reading everyone else's posts has really made my mouth water. I'd try the peanut butter waffles first because I love waffles and I eat them with peanut butter (my husband thinks its wierd, but I like it).

  • shirley whalen2  |  May 25, 2013

    I love challah bread but it is hard to find as it uses 12 eggs. I live in the high sierras and have to shop 3-4 times/year. Storage of any fresh items for that length of time is nigh to impossible so everything that can be stored must be. We've had in "good winters" snow over the tops of the corral fences and using crowbars to pry open the sliding doors which we've replaced after 8 feet of snow isolated us. So storable foods are LIFESAVERS.

  • Beth  |  May 25, 2013

    Definitely a spinach and mushroom fritata!

  • Yuu Bates  |  May 25, 2013

    I have not cooked with Whole Egg Powder before and would love to try scrambled eggs!

  • Betty Smith  |  May 25, 2013

    I want to try it with everything I use eggs in so I can tell if I can tell the difference. Thank for the offer!

  • Marsha Carbaugh  |  May 25, 2013

    I'd like to include egg white powder and try a lemon meringue pie.

  • Alan Auld  |  May 25, 2013

    Eggs are one of the most versatile foods to have in the emergency cupboard, and powdered or whole, add to a lot of recipes. That's why I would like to win, to have them and experiment with different dishes.

  • Carolyn  |  May 25, 2013

    Oh wow!! So many receipes that I would try this in. Probably a quiche, or fritata first. Then I would try them in cookies.

  • Sandra  |  May 25, 2013

    I sell pampered chef and we make a microwave cake using regular boxed cake mixes and I would like to see if the powder works just as good a regular eggs do!

  • Debbi  |  May 25, 2013

    I would make a spinach and bacon soufflé.

  • TONYA  |  May 25, 2013

    Home made bread, a choc cake, choc chip cookies, french toast and a number of the recipes list. mmm

  • Dayna  |  May 25, 2013

    Wonder how my Lemon Pound Cake Loaf would turn out using this product

  • Debbie S  |  May 25, 2013

    I would like to bake cookies and banana bread and try my husbands favorite cake recipe. Also think a egg scramble with ham and potatoes with cheese to put into a tortilla sounds real good too. Thanks for the give away! Good luck to every one!

  • Carolyn Hollingshaus  |  May 25, 2013

    I'd try them with almost everything i.e. baked items, pancakes, muffins, especially quiche. I have an oven pancake recipe I would like to try with powdered eggs.

  • Greg  |  May 25, 2013

    I would like to try this product to see if it would fit in with my long term storage. Hope to get this chance.

  • Patti  |  May 25, 2013

    I've had great results using the whole egg powder in baked goods by adding it to the dry ingredients and then adding additional water or other liquid, but I've never tried it in a quiche, and since reading this, I'm very interested in using it to make a Bacon and Zucchini Quiche.

  • Talyn  |  May 25, 2013

    scrambled eggs & ham

  • BJ  |  May 25, 2013

    I would love to try using it in my everyday cooking, but I would really like to see how it tastes in baked French toast. I'm sure it would be heavenly!

  • Jalyne Lessig  |  May 25, 2013

    I'm not sure how to make a frittata, so would need to look up a recipe, but I think that sounds like a good way to start using this product as well as in baking for cakes.

  • BRENDA  |  May 25, 2013

    I would like to try a bacon, cheese, green onion and bell pepper omelet.

  • Barbra Greenup  |  May 25, 2013

    Sour cream and bacon quiche! Maybe scuddle browns....

  • angela  |  May 26, 2013

    I would like to ry several recipes, omelettes,fritattas, and a qhiche

  • angela   |  May 26, 2013

    I would like to ry several recipes, omelettes,fritattas, and a qhiche

  • Blaine  |  May 26, 2013

    Western Omelet

  • Lonna  |  May 26, 2013

    I love baking with them and making French toast.

  • Carolyn Shelton  |  May 26, 2013

    I like making quiche

  • Dayna McKinney  |  May 26, 2013

    I have a baking business and I make signature desserts. I'd like to try it first in my Harborside Pumpkin Bread. It uses 6 eggs and this would be so handy when I'm a few eggs short in the refrig. I could use it in my homemade coconut pies, too!

  • Randy  |  May 26, 2013

    I'd experiment with almost everything eventually but first I would like to try using this in fried rice. Every time I make fried rice it's a new experiment so I would probably be breaking into the #10 can in no time.

  • Rosemary  |  May 26, 2013

    Bread prudding with carmel sauce

  • Amanda S  |  May 26, 2013

    I'd try Macaroni and Cheese Casserole. My hubby loves mac & cheese!

  • Karen  |  May 26, 2013

    As a diabetic I would love to make breakfast without the guilt of all the fat from eggs!

  • george  |  May 26, 2013

    Id like to try this in my french toast with powdered sugar and cinnamon

  • Birgit  |  May 27, 2013

    fritatta!

  • Dayna McKinney  |  May 27, 2013

    Excited to use the whole egg powder in my baking business!

  • donna  |  May 27, 2013

    Christmas morning breakfast caserole

  • Karen Hildreth  |  May 27, 2013

    I would realy like to try to make ahead some meals in a jar. A farmers breakfast kinda thing. Egg, cheese, sausage, and maybe some onion, peppers and who know even tomatoe. All of this ready to go in a hurry or just when you don't have time to assemble.

  • LaNell  |  May 27, 2013

    Would love to try making an omelet both at home and camping. Egg, bell pepper red and green, onion and bacon. Also would like to try them making a Chili Relleno Casserole. I love making this in a cast iron skillet . 3 Eggs, 1 lb cheese,1 1.5 milk, .5 cup flour, 1 can green chiles. It can be baked in the oven or on a open fire.

  • Ernestine York  |  May 27, 2013

    Since I haven't worked with the eggs yet, I am dying to try out what it's like to bake with them like my mom use to years ago and also make new breakfast casseroles for my family.

  • Jenny Urban  |  May 27, 2013

    I have never tried scrambled or whole eggs food products and would really like to. I love french toast and will try it first.

  • JENNY  |  May 27, 2013

    Will try french toast first

  • Earlene Jones  |  May 27, 2013

    Chocolate Chip cookies!

  • DBrakhage   |  May 27, 2013

    I would love to make egg drop soup and hash brown quiche from Food Storage. Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Monica dixon  |  May 28, 2013

    french toast

  • Mike  |  May 28, 2013

    I'd try a frittata.

  • Mike  |  May 28, 2013

    I'd try a frittata and some of my usual omlettes.

  • Andrea  |  May 28, 2013

    I would love to try and make my egg and bacon to go muffins with this. Yum !

  • Andrea G  |  May 28, 2013

    I would love to try and make my egg muffins to go with this product . Yum !!!

  • Tracy C  |  May 28, 2013

    I would make my families favorite which is Mushroom Frittata.

    1 tbsp olive oil
    1 tbsp butter
    3 cloves garlic, minced
    1 tbsp chives chopped
    1 lb. mushrooms, sliced
    6 eggs
    sea salt and freshly ground black paper to taste
    1/2 cup cheddar grated

    preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 10-inch round baking dish. We use a cast-iron pan. In the pan, heat the olive oil and butter over medium heat. Saute the garlic, chives and mushrooms till softened. Remove from heat and pour into baking dish or leave in cast iron pan.

    In a bowl, whisk eggs until blended, and pour this over the sauted ingrediants in the baking dish or cast iron pan. Sprinkle with grated cheese.

    Bake in preheated oven for 20 minutes or until a thin knife inserted in the center comes out clean.

    Eat and enjoy.

  • Mike  |  May 28, 2013

    I second the French Toast!!!

  • Christine  |  May 28, 2013

    Having been in several disasters and working with search and rescue groups, I know the importance of "comfort" food. I would love to be able to recreate my family's holiday breakfast casserole from freeze-dried/dehydrated ingrediences.

  • Ann  |  May 29, 2013

    I would make a French toast and berries casserole to celebrate this lovely spring!

  • Debbie   |  May 29, 2013

    Would love to try the powdered eggs.

  • beprepared  |  June 13, 2013

    Christine,

    I'd LOVE to hear more about your experience! Please consider posting to our Lessons Learned page!

    ~ Steph

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