Read this review from The ABCD Diaries blog. The author is Christine, a stay-at-home mom, who writes reviews of what she and her family think about products. See what they have to say about Nellie’s Free Range eggs!
“Easy to prepare, inexpensive and nutrient dense, eggs are one of the most versatile and nutritious meal or snack options around. Plus, they’re a great first food to get kids into the kitchen and interested in cooking at an early age.”
Read about how this blogger, Jennifer, taught her kids how to cook eggs using Nellie’s Free Range eggs!
“Eggs are such a great first food to teach kids how to cook. My kids also love breakfast for dinner so I knew they would like Nellie’s Summer school. It was so fun showing them the each step of cooking. We started at the very beginning, and we talked about washing our hands and preparing the ingredients. My kids loved looking at all the little brown eggs.”
This super mom thinks Nellie’s Free Range eggs are “brag-worthy” and chooses them for her kids over other egg brands. Read what The Bragging Mommy blog thinks about our products.
“What parent doesn’t want to put in the best nutrition in their kids? Whenever I can find a great alternative food that is healthier for myself and my kiddos, I’m all for it. Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are just that!! Not only are they great tasting and the highest quality of egg, they have no hormones or antibiotics and all the chickens come from small family farms where they are actually treated well and get to behave like chickens instead of prison inmates!”
Linsey is a backyard chicken farmer herself. Read why she recommends Nellie’s Free Range eggs for those who don’t have access to their very own free range chickens.
“But what about those families who don’t have access to their own eggs? How do they get to enjoy better meals like we do? One solution is Nellie’s Free Range Eggs. They are available at stores nationwide and offer a delicious way to enjoy the benefits of free-range hens!”
Check out a recipe for Egg, Cheese and Bacon Corn Tortillas provided by the moms of the Dandelion Moms blog!
Jenna, the author of the Eventful Moms blog, knows how important breakfast is for her kiddos. Read about her thoughts on Nellie’s Free Range eggs!
” Our kids are big on breakfast and they will not settle for just cereal, but I recently started having them help with the morning breakfast routine. My kids eat eggs and turkey bacon every day, and I always felt that breakfast was the most important meal of the day. That’s why I don’t really mind taking the extra time to make healthy meals in the morning. We try to eat healthy as much as possible, so I was excited to try Nellie’s Free Range Eggs.”
Learn how this mom made the most of Summer mornings spent with her kids. She also includes a quick recipe for her favorite breakfast burritos.
“With Summer we will be able to have heartier and healthier breakfasts because we have the time.
Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are here to help with that. I was sent some coupons and went to my local Safeway to pick up the eggs. I decided my daughter and I could make burritos with them. I do not use eggs unless they are free range. Nellie’s Free Range eggs are certified humane and taste great.”
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Her kid has been on a cooking kick lately.. and it’s because of Nellie’s Free Range eggs!
“This summer, we are partnering with Nellie’s Free Range Eggs for Ben’s cooking concoctions. Nellie’s wants parents and kids to get into the kitchen and prepare delicious egg-centric recipes during its own “Nellie’s Summer School” this June.”
This mom loves Nellie’s Free Range eggs! Check out her recipe for Easy Peasy Cheesy Quiche for a quick, delicious breakfast.
“There are so many reasons to buy free range eggs. I will never again buy eggs that are not free range, because if you buy eggs from hens that are caged, there are all kinds of diseases and who wants that! The life of a chicken is so much nicer when it’s not kept in a cage.
Nellie’s Free Range Eggs is on a mission to get get into the kitchen and prepare delicious egg-centric recipes during its own “Nellie’s Summer School” this June.”