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Happy Eggs Review

In Partnership with Happy Egg Co.

We talked to Vicki from Vancouver, WA and here’s what she had to say:


Which Happy Egg Original Recipe would you like to try? (All Happy Egg Recipes can be found HERE on their website).

A:  The perfect omelet. I have not yet perfected the art of cooking an omelet. I love omelets at restaurants and my omelets usually taste very good, but they are usually not very pretty.
Q: What do you think about Happy Egg’s commitment to providing environmentally-friendly eggs?
A:  I love the idea of happy chickens. I believe that happy animals will produce healthier food and there by help us humans eat and live healthier.
Q: How did you prepare your Happy Eggs?
A:  I scrambled my eggs with a little salt and pepper.
Q: Did the packaging stand out to you?
A:  Yes. Happy eggs were in the only bright yellow carton in rhe egg section.
Q: What’s a go-to recipe for you that requires eggs?
A:  We eat eggs for breakfast most weekends either scrambled, fried or poached. I also use them when making cakes, cupcakes or brownies.
Q: What do you think of Happy Egg’s partnership with their farmers?
A:  I love the idea of family farms. Families use take better care of their farms than the large corporations. I feel continuing education can help make a better product and sometimes reduce the cost.
quote markHappy to see these eggs are from chickens raised free range and on family farms!

Happy Egg Free Range 12ct package

Happy Egg Free Range Eggs 12ct

In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of the brand.