The Bottom Line
Adventure Egg - Anywhere Scrambles is a powdered egg product that tastes great. The resealable foil pack makes it convenient for camping and backpacking. Use it in any recipe that calls for eggs. You won't know the difference.
- Tastes like fresh cracked eggs.
- Enjoy real eggs without fear of breakage or spoilage.
- Long shelf life - one year unopened.
- Use it in any recipe that calls for eggs.
- Anywhere Scrambles are pasteurized, so no food borne illnesses.
- 100% natural whole egg.
- Pasteurized and dried for your safety and convenience.
- Available in two sizes: 6 egg and 36 egg.
- Packaged in resealable foil packs.
- MSRP: $5.50 and $15.50 respectively.
Guide Review - Adventure Egg - Anywhere Scrambles
I received an email from Tom Wildy of Henningsen Foods makers of Adventure Egg. He said he was "on a mission to change the way people perceive dehydrated eggs."
"Adventure Egg Nutrition is a division of Henningsen Foods and as Henningsen Foods we sell tons of high quality powder eggs to the Food industry, daily and have for over 60 years. Until 18 months ago Henningsen Foods never did any thing in the retail market.I received some samples from Tom and gave them a try. I mixed 4 tablespoons of Adventure Egg powdered egg with 4 tablespoons of water. I let the mix sit for a few minutes. I then cooked them up like scrambled eggs. They didn't have much smell, and they looked a little watery in the skillet, but the end result looked just like regular scrambled eggs in texture. Surprisingly, the Anywhere Scrambles tasted good too. If I hadn't made them myself, I wouldn't have known they were powdered eggs.
"But after 15 years of pestering management that we should be taking our product retail, they finally bit. The way we convinced them was to go out and buy every powder egg product on the retail shelf and scrambled them up for management to try. After trying everything, they said go for it.
"Why would our product be better than others? It is in the way we dry the eggs. We do it as gently as possible by exposing the eggs to as little amount of heat as possible. Too much heat causes the protein to denature, creating problems with flavor and functionality. The proof is in the taste." ~ Tom Wildy
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