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Powdered Whole Eggs

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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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Learning

1st time I prepared them, I followed the directions on the can. Yuck! 2nd time I prepared them I followed recommendations from other reviewers. More liquid, butter, and longer soak time and what an improvement. Still perfecting the preparation but I'm glad I didn't give up after the 1st time. Pretty tasty now.

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Great for Baking

These are great for Baking and Sauces.....used them in Pasta salads too....I live by myself and was tired of throwing out dated eggs.....I make about a dozen different things with Bisquick .....their powdered eggs and powdered milk.....have come up with some good low sugar desserts using Splenda with them too....great to have them around....I buy the 6 #10 cans save some money.....comes out about $17 a can that way.....

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so far so good.

I decided to start slowly and include the whole egg into breakfast for us. Used 4 real store bought eggs and the same amount of the powered whole egg, mixed this together and added this to some cooked ham seasoned w/bacon grease and cooked together and added cheese at the end.it went over pretty well, my oldest teenage son said it was like plastic but ate it anyways. I think next time I will add a little melted Crisco shortening to the eggs and instead of water use milk. May even consider adding more salt and not telling my kids about using the powdered eggs and see what the vote is next time. I will be getting more.

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A staple in our Food Supply

I love having Honeyville's dried eggs on hand to add to our 'honey whole wheat pancake mix'. They also work fantastic in most home-baked goods. I have not used them when making oven pancakes, but think if I added some dried egg whites along with the dried whole eggs it would be worth a go. After reading these reviews, will take your advice on scrambled eggs and omelets, and give it a try. Another great product from Honeyville.....thank you for being a solid part of my food storage/rotation/meals. I tell all my friends and family about your products and your amazing shipping price.....the best ever!!

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Not For Scrambling...

Bought these for camping trips and wasn't happy with the texture of the eggs. They taste fine, but aren't as expected. The amount is also different than described on the label. They do, however, substitute very well for baking.

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Cooking powdered eggs

Powdered eggs are great scrambled. The secret is to add vegetable oil use milk instead of water and let your reconstituted eggs sit a while. I mix the eggs then refrigerate overnight. Use in cooking just as you would whole eggs. If frying season highly. Delicious!

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Disappointed

I have tried these twice. Both times I simply could not choke them down as scrambled eggs. Even putting hot sauce on them didn't help. They are nasty. I haven't tried them in baking yet so I will report back after I do. I am very disappointed because I purchased quite a few #10 cans for my stash. I think I am going to try the OvaEasy eggs next and see if they are any better.

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Good Bodybuilder Alternative

This (plus the powdered egg whites) make a great alternative highly assimilable protein powder for bodybuilding. Some folks can't tolerate whey protein well and every egg protein powder I've tried was nasty and didn't mix well. Honeyville's powdered eggs & egg whites mix very well with water are inexepensive compared to the crazy prices "bodybuilder protein powders" go for and can be used "raw" or cooked since the avidin in the egg whites have already been neutralized due to the pasturization process. I usually use the whole eggs + egg whites in 1:2 ratio (1 scoop whole w/ 2 scoops whites). In this way you can regulate how much fat you're getting. The powdered eggs mix easily in water and if you mix in a little stevia or sweetener it tastes like egg nog. However as others have said they don't seem to make very good scrambled eggs. However what they do make is a very awesome egg pancake. I mix the powdered eggs and whites together in some water along with a little psyllium husk (for fiber) to make a runny batter. Toss it in a pre-heated skillet turn it down to medium and let it cook for about 5-10 minutes. Flip let sit for 1-2 minutes and you've got a great custardy-tasting pancake. Throw some low/no-sugar jam on top and it tastes great. On a low-carb diet this is my go-to treat meal when I'm craving something sweet. I'm really happy I found these things.

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not working

I have tried making several batches of these and yes I follow the directions but they come out looking like oatmeal and not eggs. I dont know what I am doing wrong and figured posting here may help me fix this issue. The eggs are NOT expired and we just opened them a few days ago. I tried baking with them and tried making 5 batches of eggs. NOT WORKING!!! HELP ME

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Owner

I love these eggs. I can promote the safety to my customers explaining there is no worry of salmonella poisoning from fresh eggs. I have found that one tablespoon of egg powder double the water provides the same volume as one raw egg so that will help stretch out the use. I also bought the powdered egg whites. Also terrific to use I did get clumping when I mixed dry egg powder so I now mix the egg powder/water in a blender first. Workds great. I highly recommend any baker to start using this powder.

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