Renee's Kitchen Adventures

Friday, January 28, 2011

Anywhere Scrambles, Bread Pudding Recipe, and My First Giveaway!!

Recently, I was contacted by a representative of Henningsen Foods to try a product called Adventure Egg  Anywhere ScramblesAnywhere Scrambles are 100% natural whole egg, pasteurized and dried for safety and convenience. Currently being marketed to the outdoor enthusiast, I  found they are great in the home kitchen as well.  Because these eggs are pasteurized,  they are perfect to use in dishes requiring raw eggs.  The pasteurization process reduces the risk of illness associated with eating raw eggs.  Nutritionally, they are comparable to a large to jumbo sized fresh egg.  The ingredient list is simple: dried whole egg.  They are easily reconstituted by adding water.  They do not require refrigeration, making them very convenient to keep on your pantry shelf for those time when you are out of fresh eggs, but require one for a recipe.  I was sent some FREE samples and got to work testing them out in my REAL life kitchen and on my REAL life family.  

My first test involved reconstituting the egg and cooking it as I would fresh scrambled eggs.  I portioned out 2 TBS. ( which is equivalent to 1 whole egg) The dried mixture was fairly easy to measure out and was virtually odorless. 

2 TBS of Anywhere Scrambles

I followed the directions by putting 2 TBS of water into the bowl and letting it sit for a minimum of 2 minutes.  Once the two minutes was up, I mixed it thoroughly, per package instructions.  Then I poured it into a warmed non-stick skillet sprayed with cooking spray and cooked them just as I would cook fresh scrambled eggs.

Good breakfast!  5 pp! 

I was actually quite surprised...They tasted great! The texture is a little drier than freshly scrambled egg...but they were a very good substitute for fresh eggs eaten this way.  

Next, I wanted to use them in a recipe calling for raw egg.  I found this recipe for Caesar Salad Dressing at WW Online.   You can find the recipe here.  The original recipe called for 2 large eggs, pasteurized, and involved coddling them... a process by which the egg is cooked ever so slightly to "thicken" it.  Since Anywhere Scrambles are dried, I didn't even reconstitute them in this recipe.  I just added 4 TBS of  powdered Anywhere Scrambles to the food processor and the dressing came out perfect! 
I used my mini food processor  to make Caesar Salad Dressing

Substituted grape tomatoes for croutons in a classic Caesar Salad....less points and healthier!

The last thing I tested the Anywhere Scrambles on was a custard type dish.  I chose to make a Bread Pudding.  I found a recipe on WW online again, and instead of using the 2 large eggs, I used 4 TBS of Anywhere Scrambles in place.  I did not add water.  This particular recipe called for 2 cups of boiling water to which you add nonfat powdered milk, sugar, vanilla extract and 2 large raw eggs.  My concern over adding two raw eggs to boiling water would be that the hot water might begin to cook the eggs, giving the custard a "scrambled" egg appearance. To avoid this, you would need to "temper" the eggs, by adding the hot milk powder/water mixture in increments to the beaten egg until it got slowly up to temperature, before you added it to the hot liquid.  This was not a concern using Anywhere Scrambles.  Again, I did not bother with reconstituting them, just added them in the powdered form to the hot milk powder/water mixture.  The bread pudding turned out excellent.  In fact, I made the recipe again, using fresh raw eggs, and I liked the results with the Anywhere Scrambles better.  

Ready to eat

I love how the spreadable fruit makes "ribbons" of flavor in the pudding

 Bread Pudding adapted from WW online

Servings - 6  Serving size - 1/6th of recipe   Points plus per svg - 3 points+
Calories - 134,   Total Fat - 2g,  Carb. - 19g,   Protein - 8g,   Fiber - 0.3g

4 slices of bread, crusts removed
1 TBS any flavor spreadable fruit ( I used Boysenberry)
2/3 cups nonfat, dry milk
2 cups water, boiling
2 large eggs 4 TBS. Anywhere Scrambles
1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
1 TBS sugar
ground cinnamon, to taste
powdered sugar for dusting

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Coat a 4 cup capacity ovenproof baking dish with cooking spray.
2.  Spread two slices of bread with the spreadable fruit.  Place the other two slices of bread on top of the spreadable fruit ( sandwich style)  Cut each "sandwich" into several pieces.  ( I cut them into fourths)  Arrange cut pieces in the prepared baking dish.
3.  Combine milk powder, boiling water, Anywhere scrambles, sugar and vanilla extract.  Pour over bread and sprinkle with cinnamon. 
4.  Place baking dish in larger baking dish.  Fill larger baking dish with BOILING water, enough to come at least half way up the sides of the dish with the bread pudding in it.  
5. Bake for one hour, or until set.  Remove from oven and allow to cool for about 15 min.  Dust with powdered sugar.  Serve warm or at room temperature.  

For more information about Anytime Scrambles, or to order them go to  If you would like to see this product come to your grocery store, request it by passing the website info on to them.

Now for the BEST PART!!  I am going to GIVEAWAY one package ( the equivalent to 6 eggs) of Anywhere Scrambles to a lucky reader!   You do not have to have a blog to enter!
Here's how to enter:
  • Leave me a comment on this blog post telling me what you would use Anywhere Scrambles to make ( 1 entry)
  • Add MyKitchenAdventures to your blogroll and leave me a comment telling me you did so(1 entry) 
  • Provide a link to this blog post on your blog or on your facebook profile page and leave me a comment telling me you did so (1 entry)
  • Visit AdventureEgg and leave me a comment  telling me which recipe they have posted that you would like to make ( 1 entry)
  • If you are not already a follower, follow MyKitchenAdventures and tell me you did so with a comment ( 1 entry)
Please leave separate comment for each entry.

Contest ends Friday, February 11, 2011 at 11:00 pm EST.  Winner will be chosen using Random. org  Be sure to leave me contact information in your comments and check back to see if you are a WINNER!!  GOOD LUCK!! 


  1. What a cool product! And how delicious does that Bread Pudding look? I would use these in some of my baked goods so I could eat the batter haha. Pregnant woman being honest?

  2. I'd probably try the breakfast burritos! But i'd love to try my french toast with these :)

  3. I've never heard of such a product - I'd love to see if I could use it to make my souffle for one!

    Happy Friday!

  4. These eggs are great! We use them to make awesome rich custard ice cream. No worries about salmonella. Plus I leave a pkg in the cupboard for the inevitable times I run one egg short while baking. I have yet to have any trouble replacing cracked eggs with the dry. Luckily our camping store carries them but I think you can order off the web.

  5. Hooray--a free giveaway!! First off, that bread pudding looks pretty darn awesome; I love the idea of using the spreadable fruit jam--sort of like a good danish I bet.
    Hmmm...what would I use these Anywhere Scrambles to whip up??? Guess it would have to be some of my awesome fried rice and yes, Rooster Paste is also known as Sriracha and it's definitely a staple in my household.

  6. I would use Anywhere Scrambles to make a delicious omlette!

  7. I would just eat them for breakfast with toast!

  8. Woohoo! Go Renee! :)

    I would definitely take these on our overnight backpacking/camping trips we're so fond of during the summer....easier to pack and less messy!

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  10. omg, I thought I was following your blog already, but apparently not! shame on me.. :) I'm a follower now!

  11. I am a follower! Love your blog!!!!!

  12. I am not sure what I would make with the Anywhere Scrambles. I'd hate to say just scrambled eggs, but that's my favorite! :)

  13. Awesome! Those would be great when you go camping. Every year, my egg carton disintegrates and my eggs end up floating in the cooler! Love the recipes as well. ;-)

  14. I am a facebook follower! Love your blog!! Yummmmmmmmmmm......

  15. I would love to try them in brownies, so that I could lick the spoon and not have to worry about getting ill.

  16. Just started officially 'following'. Though I had the page saved in my favorites.

  17. This bread pudding looks yummy. What a nice change of pace for breakfast.

  18. I'd love to make my favorite: classic scrambles eggs with ham and cheese, with lots of cooked onions topped with a boatload of salsa!

  19. Campfire Meatloaf sounds like a great recipe I'd love to make!

  20. I would make chicken, broccoli and almond quiche. sounds like a great item to have in the pantry.

  21. I posted your URL to my FB page. I always enjoy sharing good recipes with my friends.

  22. I am following My Kitchen Adventures on FB.

  23. How interesting! I like your blog :)


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