With Easter this weekend I am sure that you are already in the planning stages of what you will have for your holiday brunch (I am too – and thanks to Eggland’s Best for *sending me goodies for this post!). When you go to the grocery store to gather your ingredients make sure that Eggland’s Best Eggs are on your list. They are truly superior in nutrition to the regular egg. In fact not all eggs are created equal.
With Eggland’s Best eggs you will get:
- Double the amount of omega-3’s
- 10 times more vitamin E
- Twice the amount of vitamin D
- 3 times more vitamin B12
- 25% less saturated fat
- 38% more lutein
I have used Eggland’s Best eggs for several years now. They are delicious and knowing how nutritious they are I am happy to cook breakfast, lunch, or sometimes even our supper meal with them. My girls had a day off of school recently, so some of us got together for a little brunch playdate with Eggland’s Best eggs as the star! I decided to make the Salted Caramel Brownies from the recipe tab of the Eggland’s Best website.
Our youngest is my helper for sure. She is really doing a great job of cracking eggs and stirring the batter. The Salted Caramel Brownies turned out delicious!
We also had Spinach & Cheese Quiche and yummy Banana Bread!
Another girlfriend brought some fresh Bruschetta with a mix of toasted and herb toasted bread. Seriously I might have camped out in front of the platter for 10 minutes or so.
A brunch is not complete without fruit. A very patient mama friend put these rainbow skewers together for the kiddos. I know she has patience because I put together about 50 of these for a birthday party once. They are pretty though aren’t they? The pineapple was perfectly ripe and sweet. So amazing!
Have I made you hungry? Start planning your own brunch and make sure to include Eggland’s Best Eggs in your favorite recipes.