Enjoy the delicious flavor of farm fresh eggs any time you want! Whole Powdered Eggs are an economical alternative for any recipe that calls for eggs including; scrambled eggs, omelets, pancakes, waffles, and more. Our dehydrated Whole Powdered Eggs are made from dehydrated whole eggs and include both egg whites and yolks. An excellent source of vitamins and protein, Whole Powdered Eggs are great for a quick and easy breakfast or your favorite dinner time meals.
With a number of culinary uses, The Great American Spice Company’s Whole Powdered Eggs can used any place eggs are- simply add water to rehydrate. Our one pound bag contains forty-eight dehydrated and powdered eggs. With a shelf life of up to five years and ease of storage; these eggs are perfect for outdoor preparation, camping, hiking, or survival provisions. It’s also non-perishable, so no need for refrigeration.
Whole Powdered Eggs can easily be substituted for nearly any baking needs to produce a rich egg flavor!
- Survival provisions
- Waffles and Pancakes
- Scrambled Eggs
- Protein Drinks
- No refrigeration required
- Easy Storage
- Non Perishable
- Vitamin Enriched
- High in Protein
One pound Whole Powdered Eggs will make forty-eight eggs.
For one egg: 2 tbsp. powder + 2 tbsp. and 2 tsp. water = 1 egg.
For larger quantities: Use three parts water to one part Whole Powdered Eggs, for four parts of liquid whole egg.
Ingredients:Spray Dried whole eggs.
Can't beat fresh eggs, but great for some uses
Posted by Kate on 1st Nov 2017
I have fond memories of college dorm breakfasts made with powdered eggs. This product is better than I remember. I mix the powder a little thicker than the instructions call for - 2 Tbsp powder to 3 Tbsp water, and it makes great scrambled eggs. Also great in dry soup mixes (hot & sour and egg drop soup), and great to have on hand for backpacking and emergency food.
Buy the canned eggs instead.
Posted by Donna Gum on 27th Oct 2017
The adhesive of the package it was mailed in stuck to the plastic and it looked like it was trying to tear a tiny hole when I started to open it. I closed it quickly because we plan on storing it. We're going to vacuum seal the entire package, mailing package and all. I would recommend buying the canned eggs. This cost us $15 plus $5.00 shipping for 4 dz. eggs and we're worried they may not last.
Posted by Jeff on 29th Sep 2017
Excellent texture and flavor is close to free range. Vacuum packed it for storage and popped some oxygen absorbers with packs for future need.
Chicken Fried Steak
Posted by Ken on 21st Nov 2016
I used your product, the powder eggs in making a coating for chicken fried steak and it turned out fabulous.
no date on eggs
Posted by john wolinski on 15th Jun 2015
no date on eggs and sent in 5 lb bad thought they would be 5 one lb bags
Good for baking
Posted by Unknown on 17th Dec 2011
If you can get past the smell of powdered eggs, you'll be fine. They smell, like . . . dried powdered eggs. When mixed with other things you can't really tell there's a smell.
I am gluten free and am living in a place that is inaccessible in winter. The eggs bothered me a little bit because I didn't think they would be good for baking. I was wrong. The pancakes I made were great. And, the gluten free loaf from Bob's Red Mill--Wonderful Bread Mix, was really good. I ate half the loaf in one night. Also, both the bread and the pancakes puffed up nicely.
This is a great product to have on hand in case you run out of regular eggs and you can't get to the store right away.
My thanks to the gentleman who was camping. Without his reply I don't think I would have bought these. I'm glad I did now.
A must have for outdoorsmen
Posted by Unknown on 12th Jul 2011
Use powdered eggs when camping with my son. I am not saying it is better than fresh eggs but I am not going to carry fresh eggs in my bag on a 3 week trip.