Hi all! As promised, I am back today with an Eggsellant Giveaway from Nellie’s Free Range Eggs. Nellie’s is the nation’s first Certified Humane egg producer meaning their local farmers are held to the highest standards of humane animal treatment, safety, and environmental sustainability to ensure they provide families with wholesome, nutritious eggs at a reasonable price. All eggs are free of antibiotics or hormones and more importantly, all their hens are free to roam.
I think it’s awesome that Nellie’s partners with small Farmers who share their same beliefs. This means that their hens love spending their days in the fields in sunshine and laying nutritious eggs that simply taste better than factory-farmed eggs.
I am sharing in the fun and hosting this giveaway to guve you all the chance to taste the difference and create your own healthy, free range egg recipe with Nellie’s Eggs.
3 WINNERS WILL RECEIVE TWO COUPONS TO TRY OUT NELLIE’S FREE RANGE EGGS:
HOW TO ENTER:
1) Simply leave your FIRST comment telling me your favorite way to cook your eggs. Feel free to leave more than one comment for each recipe idea aka extra entries!
2) Share away ~ Tweet, Pin, Instagram and/or Facebook about this giveaway, “Want to taste the @NelliesFreeRange Egg difference? Enter this #Giveaway hosted by @danicasdaily https://www.danicasdaily.com/nellies-free-range-egg-giveaway “. Be sure to leave your SECOND comment to let me know you did.
3) If you have a blog, LINK back to this contest and leave a THIRD comment letting me know you did.
If you do not have a blog, just leave a comment below telling me someone you told about this giveaway.
The Fine Print: Thanks to the folks at Nellie’s for asking me to develop this Cheesy Veggie & Herb Quiche Recipe, sending me the items pictured and letting me host this giveaway for my readers.
The Winners will be randomly drawn and announced on Friday, October 12, 2018.
Good luck everyone!
Hard boiled and then making egg salad on toast with a piece of avocado on top
Us too, Lucia! We love the simplicity of avocado toast and egg salad. Such a great source of protein and healthy fats!
joy russell says
I love to make scram led eggs with FF refried beans, a little onion, pepper, mushroom and veggies and topped with a bit of cheese
I love making a crustless quiche with whatever veggies I have in the fridge and some cheese!
Another way I like eggs to make a simple dinner is a riff on the classic holiday breakfast casserole. I start by cubing up some grainy bread, spreading it out in a baking dish, adding some veggies and cheese and maybe some diced ham or sausage, and pouring in some scrambled up eggs. Let the bread soak up the eggs then bake through.
We’ve got to try this some time – it sounds delightful. Thanks for sharing, Megan!
MARY JO CAROSELLI says
I enjoy french toast made with low calorie bread, a scrambled egg, vanilla and cinnamon, browned in a frying pan sprayed with non stick spray and topped with low sugar maple syrup.
I love over easy! Also hard boiled. Heck, I like eggs in any form! ?
We have to agree with you there, Sue. Eggs are just so versatile!
We love our egg bakes on weekends…but during the week when time is short we scramble those babies up with whatever is on hand!
Amy Timm says
What we call loaded scrambled eggs. Scrambled eggs with onion, green pepper, celery, sometimes ham, and a little shredded cheddar cheese.
Kathy Harris says
Since I found your healthy egg roll, I have that every morning for breakfast!
Sharon Roberson says
Veggie egg muffins made in bulk and frozen for easy grabs during the week.
Sharon Robeson says
I love a frittata on the weekends or weeknight dinners with reduced fat cheese, Danish ham and loads of fresh veggies like red pepper, broccoli, mushrooms and onion.
Kate w says
Definitely an omelet!
I scramble eggs every morning for breakfast! I place the eggs, a little bit of water, and also some salsa in the non-stick pan, then whip it up with a fork to blend it altogether and incorporate some air to make the eggs fluffy. Toast one slice of whole grain bread and I have a healthy breakfast that is so good and keeps me full for hours!!
Dianne Mitchell says
Egg salad on toast.
Kathi Brown says
I LOVE poached eggs – either on toast or with lentils and asparagus (seasoned with a little red wine vinegar, Frank’s Red hot with salt and pepper)
Annamarie V says
I have two hard boiled eggs every morning with truffle salt, on the weekends I make them over medium but recently tried them sunny side up. I also love to make homemade egg bites like at Starbucks but low carb.
I like fried eggs. I always make sure the yolk is fully cooked. If the yolk is still runny, I keep cooking!!! My wife likes the yolks runny, and I always joke that I will be left a single father when she gets salmonella.
I tweeted at https://twitter.com/1froglegs/status/1050105421015465984
Susan Briggs says
Poached eggs are my favorites!!!
scrambled with hot sauce