The State Eggsperts "Dish" On Eggs

Eggs are a breakfast staple—but they are also delicious for dinner! Eggs are so versatile and add protein, flavor and texture to dinner dishes, too. Everything is better when you put an egg in it!

The EGGsperts from some of the nation’s top egg farming states and food bloggers have come together to host a virtual exchange to share easy and high-protein dinner recipes, starring the incredible egg.

Whether baked, deviled, poached or scrambled – cook your way across America with these favorite hometown recipes.


Meet the incredible dinner egg – the biggest thing since breakfast eggs! Dinner Eggs are laid at night and bring an incredible new flavor to dinner. With our deliciously quick and easy Dinner Egg recipes, you’ll always be a winner winner with eggs for dinner.

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Enter to Win Free Eggs For A Year!

Now, it’s your turn! Tell us your favorite dinner recipe featuring the incredible egg for a chance to win a free year’s supply of eggs. Please provide your contact information below so that we may contact you if you are a winner. All entries must be submitted by September 30, 2019.

*Winner does not need to be present to win and will be notified through email following the event. The prize is valued at $200 and will be presented as a grocery store gift card. We will not sell your email address to any third-party organization. America’s egg farmers may send periodic recipes and egg nutrition information.

About Eggs

Eggs are all-natural and contain high-quality protein to keep you fuller longer and energized all day long. Get EGGucated and learn more fun facts about egg nutrition, safety and farming below.

Egg Nutrition

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Eggs are one of the most important, indispensable ingredients in baking during the holidays, and all year long. Eggs add moisture, color, flavor and nutritional value to recipes.
Eggs have 14 percent less cholesterol and more vitamin D than previously thought. Eggs are one of the few foods that are a naturally good source of vitamin D, and eating one egg each day fits easily within dietary guidelines.
Eggs have the highest-quality protein found in any food and can benefit people of all ages in many ways, including forming muscle tissue, building muscle strength, and repairing muscles after exercise.
One egg has 13 essential vitamins and minerals in varying amounts, high-quality protein, unsaturated fats and antioxidants, all for 70 calories.

Egg Safety

Always wash hands before handling eggs and use only clean, uncracked eggs.
Eggs should not be left out of the refrigerator or exposed at room temperature for more than two hours.
Bacteria can multiply in temperatures from 40 degrees Fahrenheit to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Remember to keep cold foods cold and hot foods hot.
As long are they are kept refrigerated, fresh shell eggs are safe to be consumed four to five weeks beyond the carton’s Julian date.

About Egg Farming

America’s egg farmers are committed to ensuring excellent care of their hens; protecting the land, air and water on their farms; and producing safe, high-quality eggs for consumers.
Each of the roughly 280 million laying birds in the U.S. produces from 250 to 300 eggs a year. In total, the U.S. produces about 75 billion eggs a year, about 10 percent of the world supply.
America’s egg farmers believe in consumer choice and work hard to provide you with the highest-quality variety of eggs, no matter what kind of eggs you choose.
Most egg farmers are active in their local communities regularly giving back and volunteering their time.