When you make breakfast, you crack the eggs into the pan, but then you likely throw out the leftover eggshells without thinking twice. But they’re eggshells you say, what can you do with leftover eggshells? There are actually several easy ways that you can “re-purpose” your eggshells, not to mention the multiple benefits that they have for both humans and your furry friends.
Tired of the same old bowl of cereal or scrambled eggs for breakfast? We know it will likely be awhile before we can get back out there and grab some weekend brunch with our friends but in the meantime, there’s no reason your breakfast has to be boring! Switch thing up with these three fun and easy recipes we’ve put together for you below!
Easter is right around the corner, so we gathered up some recipes from Incredible Egg to liven up your Easter spread! Last Easter, more than 2.9 billion eggs were consumed
Laid, processed and packed all on-site, we take pride in providing you and your family farm fresh cage free and organic eggs right from the source. From the barn to your table, you can’t beat the freshness of our cage free and cage free organic eggs!
But at Noah’s Pride, we care about more than just providing fresh, high quality eggs to your family.
With the holidays right around the corner, we know the focus is on food! Cooking for a large group takes days of prepping and planning and we know the focus isn’t just on quantity but quality. With so many dietary restrictions and needs to keep in mind, making sure we know what’s in our food and where it’s coming from is more important than ever.
Maybe its just a Lancaster County thing, but deviled eggs are always a great, universal go-to for appetizers! At just 70 calories and 6 grams of protein per large egg, they’re the perfect tasty and nutritious snack that anyone can enjoy! And good news, our Noah’s Pride cage free and organic eggs are always local from our farm in Lancaster County to your table!
In a world full of overly processed and junky foods, it can be hard to eat healthy every day. When fast food is so cheap and convenient, it can be difficult to justify the often higher price of foods that say “USDA Organic” on the label. So what do you do if you’re trying to make healthier food choices on a budget?
A lot of health conscious adults are beginning to make the switch to eating more organic foods as they become more readily available and lower priced, and one of those wallet-friendly organic foods is—you’ve guessed it—eggs!
But what does “organic” really mean? Noah’s Pride is here to egg-lighten you about why our organic eggs are some of the best around.
Whether you love it or hate it, there’s no denying that egg salad is a staple summer cookout favorite. Especially if you’re from Lancaster County—or anywhere in central PA for that matter—you know that egg salad goes hand in hand with other mayonnaise covered dishes at picnics, like Amish potato or macaroni salad. And if your family is anything like ours, you’ve had your fair share of egg salads over the years.
Here at Noah’s Pride, we’re extremely dedicated to our Lancaster County farming heritage. We take pride in knowing our free range, organic eggs go right from our family farm to your family cookout. There are many recipes that we’ve tried over the years, but we’ve realized that the best egg salad recipe is always the one you share. Here are a few of our favorites!
Did you know that May is National Egg Month?
The Noah’s Pride Eggs are certainly eggs-cited to share this unique hol-egg-day month with you by providing some fun facts about eggs that most people probably don’t know! Today’s post will also answer a few frequently asked questions about egg nutrition.
Let’s cel-egg-brate all the things that make eggs such a special, incredible food!
Spring is in the air, and one of the most eggs-citing holidays of the year is just around the corner – Easter!
Why do we love this holiday and season so very much? Well, it’s a cel-egg-bration of our reason for being here at Noah’s Pride – EGGS!
There are candy eggs in Easter baskets and plastic eggs to hunt for, of course, but one of the best Easter traditions is coloring, painting, or dyeing real, hen-laid eggs with family and friends.
Today’s post is all about our favorite egg decorating tips to help you get creative. Whether you like crazy patterns and bright colors or more understated pastel tones, we’ve got ideas you’ll love!
If you tried any of the meringue recipes in our last blog post, you may have been wondering what to do with the egg yolks that were left over. We’ve got 9 egg-citing egg yolk recipes in today’s post so that none of those yolks ever go to waste. And don’t forget to share your meringue photos with us on social media!
One reason we love recipes using egg yolks is that yolks make food taste egg-stra decadent and delicious. Have you ever wondered what makes frozen custard or crème brûlée so scrumptious? It’s the egg yolks!
The high protein and fat content in egg yolks adds body and richness to baked goods and savory recipes, making them the perfect addition to just about any meal.