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Powdered Whole Eggs

4.2 out of 5 stars

Dried eggs that work great for all of your long term needs, as well as for baking and taking on camping trips.

Availability: In stock
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Size Price Qty
Large Can 2.25 lb
Item # 007-360-0370
$19.29
Case of 6 (Large Cans) 13.50 lb
Item # 007-360-0367
$103.99
Extra Large Bag 50.00 lb
Item # 007-366-0001
$335.99


Honeyville's Powdered Whole Eggs are made from fresh eggs in the U.S. for optimal quality and safety. Dried eggs do not require any refrigeration, so you can have eggs on your next camping or backpacking trip to make early morning scrambled eggs or omelets on the go. They also work great for baking, especially if you love to eat raw dough. Dried eggs take out the fear of bacteria since it gets killed in the drying process, so you and the kids can enjoy all that delicious cookie dough when using powdered whole eggs.

Whole egg powder, when blended with water, reconstitutes into freshly whipped eggs. Use them for any recipe or dish as a direct substitute for fresh eggs. With a longer shelf life and a lower price per egg than store bought eggs, Honeyville's powdered eggs are the best for long term storage, emergency preparedness, and everyday cooking for you and your family.

Shelf-Life: Stores for up to 3 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place).

Instructions:  To reconstitute one egg, mix 2 tablespoons of Powdered Whole Eggs with 4 tablespoons of water. When using with other dry ingredients, it is not necessary to reconstitute egg. Simply add to dry ingredients and increase water measurements in mixture to necessary amount. One #10 can of powdered eggs is equivalent to about 80 large fresh carton eggs.

Uses: Use for anything that calls for eggs in the recipe, including baked goods, omelets, scrambled eggs and more.

Visit our Cooking Cousins Blog to find delicious recipes for Powdered Whole Eggs and more!

Packaging: Powdered Whole Eggs are sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 2.25 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 13.5 pounds. Each can contains 78 servings. One serving size is 2 tablespoons.

Ingredients: Pasteurized whole egg with less than 2% sodium silico aluminate added as an anti-caking agent. Certified Kosher with documentation available upon request.

Allergen information: Contains egg. This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, milk, wheat, egg, peanut, and tree nuts.

Customer Reviews

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A good buy good for cooking

These are great for baking or cooking. I use them in everything. I tried eating them straight though and that wasn't so good. They taste great but the texture is very different because the yolks and whites are combined so thoroughly. I think it would be okay in emergencies or with something like ham and veggies mixed in but just straight is not for me. I will definately keep buying this product for all my cooking and baking though!

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Good for all recipes

Used these in various recipes and they work EXACTLY like fresh eggs. Tried as simple scrambled eggs and they *taste* the same but the color isn't natural. So fine like that for emergencies but we'll stick to using it for cooking not scrambling ...

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Great for backpacking/emergencies

I ordered this product for backpacking use. I have been pleasantly surprised by the quality of this product. I think that the best comparison would be the eggs that you get on a mcgriddles sandwich. There is not much difference between this and a fresh scrambled egg when prepared as directed. This product would be excellent (there could have been a pun there but it was too easy) for backpacking/camping/emergency foodstuffs. Highly recommended. I would buy this product again.

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Wonderful Product

We bought the 50lb bag and our whole family gives this product rave reviews. We have actually started eating more eggs since we started using the Powdered Whole Eggs. These are not just for baking and mixes. They are wonderful however you use eggs. We are eating more omelets scrambled eggs cakes egg breads and even to glaze the tops of non-egg bread recipes. We bought this for our food storage but we aren't saving them for a time of need we ended up using them daily. What convenience we are never out of eggs!

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Great for Everthing just tweek it.

The eggs are great. Even for scrabbled 1. Use whole milk to rehydrate and put twice as much liquid as they say (start at 4 to 1 milk to eggs and adjust from there to your taste(s) Too much liquid is always better than too little). 2. Mix them and let them sit as long as possible. 3. Cook over low-mid flame/heat until they start to set. 4. For scramble chop the eggs and fold do not stir! 5. Use plenty of butter/oil. If you cook these are easy to use. If you can't cook you get a mess. If done properly you can barely tell the difference. If you under-hydrate they will be "yokey" and dry and you will get dis-coloration and "crispies" on the edges. If you over over-hydrate just cook the extra liquid off slowly. I bought 50 lbs....

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Great product just be careful

The eggs are great. Even for scrabbled 1. Use whole milk to rehydrate and put twice as much liquid as they say (start at 4 to 1 milk to eggs and adjust from there to your taste(s) Too much liquid is always better than too little). 2. Mix them and let them sit as long as possible. 3. Cook over low-mid flame/heat until they start to set. 4. For scramble chop the eggs and fold do not stir! 5. Use plenty of butter/oil. If you cook these are easy to use. If you can't cook you get a mess. If done properly you can barely tell the difference. If you under-hydrate they will be "yokey" and dry and you will get dis-coloration and "crispies" on the edges. If you over over-hydrate just cook the extra liquid off slowly. I bought 50 lbs....

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Tastes Nothing Like Scrambled Eggs

I bought these powdered eggs to use on my backpacking hikes. I read one review that said My husband couldn't tell the difference. Not true. I tried to cook them according to the directions and various other methods that I had found on the internet. Nothing I did to these powdered eggs made them edible (at least as scrambled eggs or omlets). Even with mixing them with other foods and condiments I couldn't eat them. I am dissappointed in my purchase. Fair warning. If you intend to use them to cook scrambled eggs don't waste your time or money.

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Honest Review

Honestly we have to say that we are a bit disappointed with this product. We purchased this product to be used on camping/hiking trips and possible emergencey situations. In an emergency situation this would be a decent product for any other situation though probably not. Following the manufacturers instructions and cooked as scrambled eggs produced a dark egg like substance that slightly tasted like eggs. The texture is semi-similar to scrambled eggs but the combination of the texture and taste makes them barely barable to eat. Price and shelf life though make this a product to consider for emergencys. After all given the right amount of hunger one will consume just about anything.

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Good for what they are

Most people find powdered eggs pretty disgusting. I approached it with an open mind having worked in the food industry and also being aware that powdered egg product is in lots of mixes already. I was a little disappointed when I tried to make scrambled eggs with these they are edible but do not taste nearly as good as fresh eggs. The reconstituted egg is very watery and doesn't fluff up at all when you cook it. That having been said I tried them in a pancake recipe and that worked great so they are fine for baking as well. I don't use very many eggs so I will definitely keep some of these around for all my shelf stable egg needs. Using them for scrambled eggs remains an emergency contingency however.

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Great Omelets

I made scrambled eggs for the kids. My husband and I had fluffy omelets with cheese and mushrooms. The kids did add a bit of salt to their eggs which they don't normally need.

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