World Egg day contest, share your favorite egg recipe

Published on Aug. 10, 2021

World Egg day contest, share your favorite egg recipe

This year’s World Egg Day celebrates the brilliant versatility of the egg and its vast variety of benefits to people at every age and stage of life. It is no secret that the egg is one of the most nutrient-dense natural food sources on the planet. Its all-round goodness can be drawn on by everyone, from the first 1,000 days of life to centenarians (100 years and older).

The power of this perfect package is unbeatable! Improving brain function, supporting physical strength, aiding child growth – the egg can do it all! Along with its many nutritional benefits, the egg is the most environmentally sustainable and affordable animal-source protein available, helping support families around the world as well as the planet itself.

In order to promote World Egg Day we have prepared a contest:

Share with us your favorite egg recipe, any recipe/dish will do as long as eggs are part of the ingredients. Please share the entire list of ingredients, the different steps to prepare the recipe, and a photo of the final result.

Among the submissions we will pick 1 to publish in our October World Egg Day Newsletter.

The winner will receive an EGGciting giftset.

Final date to submit your favorite egg recipe: 30-08-2021

Share your favorite egg recipe

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