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Powdered Whole Eggs

4.2 out of 5 stars

If you're looking to add eggs to your long-term food storage, Powdered Whole Eggs are the best dried alternative. They’re made from the freshest eggs, right here in the U.S.A. All you need to do is add water and you've got great-tasting eggs!

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Size Price Qty
Large Can 2.25 lb
Item # 007-360-0370
$41.59
Case of 6 (Large Cans) 13.50 lb
Item # 007-360-0367
$238.59
Extra Large Bag 50.00 lb
Item # 007-366-0001
$713.99

This item is:

Kosher

Honeyville's Powdered Whole Eggs are made from the freshest, highest quality eggs. Powdered eggs require no refrigeration. If you bake on a large scale or just for family and friends, dried eggs will work for you. Take the conveniences of home with you, while you’re backpacking, or camping.

Powdered Whole Eggs are excellent for:
  • long-term food storage
  • camping
  • hiking
  • baking
  • everyday cooking

Dried eggs are a great source of protein and add Vitamins A, B12, and folate to any recipe. Powdered eggs are also low in saturated fat making them ideal to consume daily. There’s nothing to making powdered eggs, just add water, and you’ve got fresh eggs! In fact, here are a couple of our favorite recipes using Powdered Whole Eggs: Powdered Peanut Butter Cookies, and Almond Flour Doughnuts.

Shelf-Life:
  • can be stored for up to 3 years in a sealed #10 can, in a cool dry place
Instructions to Reconstitute One Egg:
  • add 2 tablespoons of powdered eggs to 3 tbsps of water
  • if mixing with other dry ingredients, reconstitution is not necessary
Packaging:
  • powdered whole eggs come sealed in an airtight #10 can
  • weighs approximately 2.25 lbs.
  • one serving is 2 tbsps
  • #10 can contains 78 servings
Ingredients:
  • pasteurized whole egg
  • less than 2% silico aluminate (prevents caking)
Allergen Information: Contains whole powdered eggs. This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy milk, wheat, egg, peanuts, and tree nuts.
Country of Origin:

United States

Customer Reviews

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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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Whole Eggs/Wow

I am a newcomer to home storing and I just tried my whole eggs today. My intention was to use these for substituting in recipes and for storage. However these eggs were so incredible they are going on my shopping list. Not only great for storage but everyday use recipes and camping as well. Be worry free of power outages too. I can't say enough about this product. I highly recommend this product to anyone and would proudly serve them up to any guest and very confident no one would know the difference. I wish there was a higher rating as this product is outstanding. Thankyou thankyou thankyou.

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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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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 2Tbsp (13g)
Servings Per Container 78
Amount Per Serving
Calories
80
Calories from fat
50
% Daily Value*
Total Fat grams 5g
8%
Saturated Fat 1.5g
8%
Trans Fat Grams 0g
Cholesterol mg  225mg
75%
Sodium mg  70mg
3%
Carbohydrate grams 1g
0%
Dietary Fiber grams 0g
0%
Sugars gram 0g
Protein grams 6g
Vitamin A 2%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 4%
Iron 4%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs

Calories 2000 2500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Saturated Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Sodium Less than 2,400mg 2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g
Calories per gram:
Fat 9 Carbohydrate 4 Protein 4
Ingredients:

Pasteurized whole egg with less than 2% sodium silico aluminate added as an anti-caking agent.

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