EGGS2go! Hard Boiled Snack Pack

Hard cooked and peeled for you – it’s the ultimate in nutrition and convenience.

Nutritional Value

Per 2 medium eggs (88 g)

Amount% daily value
  • Calories 120
  • Fat 8 g 12 %
  •   Saturated 2.5 g 13 %
  •   + Trans 0 g
  •   Polyunsaturated 2 g
  •   Omega-6 1.5 g
  •   Omega-3 0.6 g
  •   Monounsaturated 3.5 g
  • Cholesterol 350 mg
  • Sodium 95 mg 4 %
  • Carbohydrate 0 g 0 %
  •   Fibre 0 g
  •   Sugars 0 g
  • Potassium 90 g 3 %
  • Protein 12 g
  • Vitamin A 4 %
  • Vitamin C 0 %
  • Calcium 4 %
  • Iron 10 %

Product Information

Burnbrae Farms Naturegg Omega 3 shell eggs, hard cooked and peeled for you – it’s the ultimate in nutrition and convenience. Available in a single-serve 2-pack format.

Main Benefits

  • Source of omega-3 polyunsaturates
  • 75 mg of DHA omega-3 per single egg serving
  • Excellent source of protein – 12 g per 2 medium egg serving
  • Excellent source of vitamin E
  • Excellent source of vitamin B12
  • Produced by hens fed an all-natural, flax-based diet
  • Premium quality and freshness

 

Consumer Benefits

EGGS2go! Hard Boiled Snack Pack provides consumers with convenient, ready-to-eat and nutritious eggs.

 

Heating Eggs in the Microwave

Warning!

If you plan on heating Hard Boiled Eggs in the microwave, please be cautious. This product is most typically served cold as a snack or as an add-on to a lunch/dinner, but some consumers prefer to heat the hard boiled eggs up to consume them warm.

While microwave cooking is very easy, it’s always important to remember that this method of preparation heats food very quickly and the internal temperature of the product being microwaved is normally considerably hotter than the outside. It is recommended when cooking any type of eggs in the microwave to always keep the following points in mind:

  • Eggs microwave-cooked in their shells will explode.
  • Omelettes, scrambled eggs, and poached eggs microwave-cook well on full power (high).
  • Even out of the shell, eggs may explode in the microwave because rapid heating causes a buildup of steam. Always use a wooden pick or the tip of a knife to break the yolk membrane of an unbeaten egg before microwave-cooking.
  • Covering cooking containers with a lid, plastic wrap, or wax paper encourages more even cooking and (if you forgot to prick the yolks) helps to confine the explosion!

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