Poached, soft boiled, hard boiled, over easy, soft scrambled and of course — sunny side up! Do you prefer a pinch of ground pepper, a sprig of parsley, a dollop of tomato chutney, or maybe served up with sourdough soldiers? However you like them, Sunny Queen Farms free range eggs come from farms with a maximum outdoor density of 1500 hens per hectare, plenty of room for the chooks to enjoy the outdoors. And knowing they were laid by happy hens makes them taste even better.
Make sure you have a megga breakfast.
Sunny Queen free range eggs don’t just taste great, they’re eggcredibly good for you — so good the Heart Foundation recommends eating six eggs a week. That’s because they’re packed with the highest quality protein in any food, plus 11 vitamins and minerals including iron, folate and omega-3. Talk about a superfood.
Three ways to make brekkie taste even better.
The fresher the eggs, the more delicious your brekkie will be. You know 100% for sure that your Sunny Queen free range eggs are genuinely free range, now we can help you make sure they’re as fresh as possible.
- Keep your eggs in the fridge. Eggs age seven times faster when they’re not refrigerated.
- Store your eggs in their carton, pointy end down. Egg shells are absorbent and will ‘soak up’ the odours of other foods in the fridge.
- If you’re not sure if an egg is fresh, put it in water. A fresh eggs sinks, a stale egg floats.
So, whatever you do, make the most important meal of the day count. When you have a dozen Sunny Queen free range eggs in the fridge, you can make a fast, affordable brekkie — and you won’t feel peckish until lunch time.
For more cooking tips and interesting facts about eggs visit www.sunnyqueen.com.au