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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.

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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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No worries about sodium silico aluminate

I looked up the 2% sodium silico aluminate powder and the university of Oregon states the following "Anticaking agent used in table salt up to 2 percent; dried egg yolks up to 2 percent; in sugar up to 1 percent; and in baking powder up to 5 percent. Slightly alkaline. No known toxicity." Looks like this chemical is already in a lot of our food and I am fine.

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Egg eater

I eat no other eggs but these. I live in Alaska in a place where fresh eggs can be expensive and unrealistic to even obtain sometimes. Like some my first few attempts to make "scrambled eggs" failed. The problem is that like many people I thought that "powdered eggs" = "instant eggs". They don't. This isn't a quick chocolate milk mix. It's not a "just add water" recipe. I let the powder soak for a bit to reconstitute fully before cooking and follow the mix instructions exactly. People are getting extra water because they are not allowing time for the eggs to reconstitute properly. I do it correctly now the mixture produces a fluffy even colored egg very similar to the folded egg you get with a fast-food breakfast. It tastes exactly like a fresh egg and the texture is correct as well. First time powdered egg eaters simply need to keep in mind that this product or any powdered egg product isn't "instant eggs". I've been eating these exclusively for well over two years now and the only thing I miss is having them sunny-side up. :)

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Ms

I am not sure how I like this or not. I have only used it as a dip for chicken so far. Is it supposed to be very watery? I expected it to be thicker for some reason.

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Tricked my picky husband!

My husband was fooled by these eggs! He is a live to eat person and very picky. I wanted to try out the product before buying in bulk and I scrambled them up and he didn't even know the difference! My picky 7 year old couldn't tell the difference and neither could my 3 year old! When I told my husband he laughed and said "I wondered why you kept asking me how I like the eggs!" and laughed. They do seem to cook longer because of the water or you could just adjust the water the smallest bit if that bugs you. I didn't mind just an observation. We will always have these on hand and have saved us trips to the store for eggs! Very easy and we have told many friends.

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GREAT FOR EMERGENCIES BAKING BAKING MIXES

Actually purchased these by mistake - usually I buy just the powdered egg whites. But have found them useful for baked goods or other recipies requiring eggs (meatloaf salad dressing etc.). Also used to make my own pancake mix for camping. I don't use these for scrambled eggs; the consistency and color of the rehydrated eggs is not the same as fresh and there is a bit of a powdery taste if cooked on its own. Better mixed in with something else.

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First time user

Bought this product out of curiosity.

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Dried Whole Eggs

I tried these in the 6-combo pack and decided to buy a case of them by themselves. Dried eggs work out well for us because we don't eat very many eggs. The last time we bought fresh eggs the last two in the 18-egg box were getting leathery inside before we cooked them. These eggs seem to work very well in baked goods and for eggnog. The proportions on the box work fine for baking and for flavor in eggnog the texture doesn't matter. I haven't been successful yet in getting decent scrambled eggs from them. They seem a bit too thin when they go into the skillet and when they hit the cooked stage they suddenly revert to granules plus water. The water I can live with. Falling into granules is not good. I stopped it a little short of that last time and they were better but not yet good enough. They just overall seem to lack body. I don't know if they have been too denatured by the drying process to ever recover or if I just need to add less water at the beginning. I am determined to keep trying though because this is the best way we can have eggs always available when needed.

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Good product. Still experimenting with egg/water mix

I've been eating these for 2 weeks now. I still like them. However I'm still experimenting with best way to mix especially when I'm in a hurry. A blender works best but a pain for small amounts. I'll look for my old hand "hurdy gurdy" mixer like people used to use before electric ones. These eggs work best when mixed VERY thoroughly before hitting the pan for scrambled eggs the way **I** like them :) Still playing with mixing/cooking them to minimize the excess water when the eggs are cooked. I dump cooked eggs on a paper towel to blot up the water for now. Makes them MUCH better imo. So I still like the eggs. These eggs and milk replacer are a staple part of my emergency rations.

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Professional Geek

A good product. Take the "90 large eggs" equivalent with a grain of salt but it does reconstitute to a good product. A suggestion though for eating straight: melt a tablespoon of butter per 3 or 4 egg equivalents and mix in before pouring into the pan - totally removes the 'soapbubbles' and adds a better mouthfeel to the final product. I'll be buying more we're going though our first 'test' can fairly fast. : )

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Well received in Afghanistan

I had a chaplain request powdered eggs. It seems he bakes cakes for birthdays and other special occasions for the Marines he is with in Afghanistan. He was thrilled to receive an entire case of these eggs!

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