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Happy Hens Lay Happy Eggs

In Partnership with Happy Egg Co.

fried egg on salad - coffee - breakfast
Happy Egg Carton opened and Fried Egg, Bacon and Toast in Cast iron skillet

We talked to Bonnie 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:  I would love to try the egg and Panzanella salad. It’s a favorite salad and I believe these flavorful eggs would make it pop.
Q: What do you think about Happy Egg’s commitment to providing environmentally-friendly eggs?
A:  I always try to buy eggs from hens that are treated humanely. I will look for this brand when I’m shopping.
Q: How did you prepare your Happy Eggs?
A:  I scrambled them with a little butter and chives from my garden
Q: Did the packaging stand out to you?
A:  They were in front and I noticed the box right away.
Q: What’s a go-to recipe for you that requires eggs?
A:  In the summer I make frittatas with the vegetables from my garden. It is amazing. When I’m in the mood for something special I make a quiche (using a recipe that I got from a lovely French lady about 40 years ago).
Q: What do you think of Happy Egg’s partnership with their farmers?
A:  I think that working together to bring the best product to market helps to ensure that customers are getting the best quality.
quote markI love the packaging and the bright colors. Very impressive!

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.