Posts Tagged: recipes
There is nothing like homemade ice cream, so even though it is freezing in the Chicagoland area, Safest Choice™ celebrated Strawberry Ice Cream Day by trying this Strawberry Ice Cream like Ben and Jerry's recipe found on Food.com. Since most homemade ice cream recipes call for eggs, and many of those don't cook the eggs, it's a good idea to use Safest Choice™ pasteurized shell eggs. I followed the recipe exactly, even using a Donvier ice cream maker. If you have the time I recommend letting the strawberries sit longer than an hour so you have more strawberry syurp. If you do so, the amount of milk added may need to be reduced. Enjoy your own bowl of strawberry ice cream today too!
We’re pleased to share a post from More is More Mom, Vanessa Nunley As the More is More Mom®, I’m all about….a more meaningful start to the New Year! Whether you ring in the New Year in Times Square or in the privacy of your own home, why not kick off January 1st with a gorgeous and delicious meal? There is nothing better than lounging around in your pajamas, enjoying the day with your family. I like to make our time together special; setting the table with linens and cloth napkins, candles, stemware and china. Rather than serve something ordinary, I like to take it up a few notches, serving a beautiful brunch. I am a huge fan of the Egg Casserole; in fact, I Read More >
This year I decided to try my hand at making some homemade gifts. Of course, I decided to make food — mostly sweets — and in all of the recipes Safest Choice™ eggs were used. First, I made peppermint patties. This recipe calls for pasteurized eggs in order to make the peppermint dough center safely. If you have a stand mixer this no bake, five ingredient recipe from yumsugar.com is simple enough. I substituted 3 Safest Choice pasteurized shell egg whites in for the 1/4 cup liquid egg product. Just mix the dough, let it dry overnight, cover in dark chocolate and refrigerate for a few hours. Then enjoy this perfect holiday treat! Next, I baked chocolate chunk and white chip chocolate with dried cherries Read More >
After making a pumpkin mousse I had leftover canned pumpkin sitting in my fridge for a few days. Since I shouldn't wait longer than four days to use it I needed to figure out what to do with the leftovers. In this post I will show how to use leftover pumpkin in: A pumpkin and peanut butter smoothie Pumpkin chocolate chip banana bread My first inspiration came from the November issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Safest Choice Eggs was lucky enough to get a mention, and on the same page is a recipe for a pumpkin smoothie I have been wanting to try. Better Homes and Gardens Pumpkin Smoothie (with a Safest Choice Egg) The pumpkin smoothie recipe is very simple and can Read More >
No Halloween party menu can be complete without including some devilishly deviled eggs. After all, nothing gets you into the Halloween spirit like eating an "eyeball" or "spiderweb." Don't be sacred by the recipes or methods, you can't really mess them up, and most of the ingredients may already be in your fridge and pantry. Below are some of our favorites, but doing a quick Web search will produce many more options. Enjoy at your own risk, muahaha.
Nothing says fall or Halloween quite like pumpkins. In honor of the orange gourd Safest Choice put our safe eggs to use by making a recipe found at The Nibble.com, a magazine about gourmet and specialty foods. While pumpkin pie may be the most popular pumpkin dessert we prefer this pumpkin mousse because with every light and airy spoonful the feeling of fall comes over you through the melding of the spices, orange zest and pumpkin. Also, it can be served in a number of fun ways. The Nibble suggested hollowing out mini-pumpkins or using champagne glasses to serve the mousse in. We used small and large glasses so the layers of mousse, whipped cream and chocolate chips could be seen. However you decide, there will be Read More >
At our office we answer phone calls from customers daily. They have questions regarding where they can find our eggs or about the pasteurization process. At the end of every conversation we offer to send coupons. One woman received her coupons and then sent us a very nice thank you note. In the note, Elaine said it was her “first time trying our eggs and they are great.�? She then shared this delicious recipe that we will be trying this weekend. Thank you Elaine for the wonderful card and the recipe you included! Elaine’s Safe Eggs Sausage Scramble Recipe: Ingredients*: Sausage patties (crumbled) Chopped onions Chopped peppers Butter Salt Black pepper Garlic powder 8 Safest Choice eggs Mild cheddar cheese *Note: No quantities are given Read More >