Freeze Your Eggs: Grocery Eggs That Is!

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Did you know you can freeze eggs you buy from the grocery store when you’ve bought too many?

Eggs For The Pandemic

When Covid-19 first hit America and we scattered in all directions, sending us all into ‘stay home’ vibe, we scrambled to figure how to live in lockdown.

There was one ingredient I knew I wouldn’t want to live without, should it become difficult to grocery shop, and that is Eggs!

Since I don’t have any chickens running around my yard, I knew the next best thing was to freeze eggs for dooms-day times!

Freeze Eggs?

Freeze eggs, you ask? Yep! Eggs will freeze beautifully if you follow a few simple ways to go about it; and no, you don’t just pop the entire egg, shell and all, into the freezer.

While you won’t be able to fry that perfect egg, with white on the outside and yolk sitting proud on the inside, you can do just about everything else with your frozen eggs.

They also take up very little room in the freezer, if they are packed and stacked tightly.

I wanted to share an easy trick to plan ahead for difficult grocery times ahead: FREEZE EGGS NOW.

Egg Abundance

With Easter up and coming, I noticed that grocery stores often plan ahead and have an abundance of eggs the weeks leading up to Easter.

That was when I first learned about freezing eggs. I would buy several dozen, have small zip plastic bags handy, and freeze a few eggs per bag.

You can make so many dishes once you thaw these little pouches of eggs. Take a look at this brief video for ‘how-to’ and a few recipe ideas.

  • Egg SouffleEggSouffle
  • Spinach SouffleSpinach.001
  • Orange Cake – Just a bunch of eggs, oranges, ground nuts and a little sugar. Orange&Egg
  • Then there is always an Omelette, using any leftovers, or odds and ends in the freezer. Scrambled.001
  • A Frittata, which is really just an omelette with a pinch of flour to make is fluffy.

How To Freeze Eggs

  • Be consistent and freeze 4 eggs per bag, these will work for most recipes
  • Snack-size zip bags, opened and set in a small container so you can fill them
  • In a pourable cup, lightly whisk 4 eggs
  • Transfer to the zip bag, press the air out and zip
  • Line several of these egg-filled bags in a plastic container and freeze
  • Once they are frozen, the bags of eggs can be stacked in the freezer
  • Thaw an hour or so before needing

Plan Ahead. You will be glad you did!!


My Muffin Madness


In my family, I’ve always been known as the ‘Muffin Queen’. Out of necessity, I created muffins for breakfast, lunch, on the go snacks, sometimes dinner and a sweet yet healthyish treat for dessert!

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