Land O’ Lakes Eggs Giveaway!

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I use a fair amount of eggs, especially during the holiday season!  During this time of year, my “go to” recipes are definitely sweet breads.  I make them for friends and co-workers right before Christmas.  Mini breads are great because you can make 3 or 4 at a time and pack them with other goodies in a pretty Christmas gift bag!  Here are a few of my favorite bread recipes!

Mini Gingerbread Raisin Loaves

(I use cellophane wrap or bags to dress them up.)


Sweet Potato Streusel Bread


Chocolate Banana Nut Bread


I received a coupon for a free dozen Land O’ Lakes eggs and made my simple Pancetta and Zucchini Quiche with them!  It was delicious!



Land O’ Lakes sells a variety of eggs and has a great recipe section on their website.  Be sure to check them out!


I know many of you do a lot of cooking and baking, so I’m sure you’ll be excited about this giveaway from Land O’ Lakes! Check this out!


Land O’ Lakes would like to give one of my readers a full-value coupon for any variety of Land O’Lakes Eggs and…


a 9-inch All-Clad Omelet Pan!


If you would like to enter this giveaway, here’s what you need to do!


Mandatory Entry: What is your “go to” holiday recipe that has eggs in it? Don’t forget to include your email address in the designated email box in your comment.


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    teresa g says

    A couple years ago, my son took over cooking thanksgiving and christmas morning breakfast. He makes a french toast casserole and that uses LOTS of eggs.

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    I love to bake during the holiday season to give away to family and friends. I bake all kinds of cookies and cakes and I use a lot of eggs in these different recipes.

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    Charlotte Moore says

    Pumpkin bread and boiled custard are 2 things I always make. This year I have made enough cookies and different breads to feed my sons employees the day after Thanksgiving. All 160 + employees. (-: Boy is my freezer running over.

    I am an email subscriber.

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    Patty says

    I make a crustless spinach quiche for breakfast that has lots of eggs in it. Also, my husband usually eats 4-5 eggs every morning for breakfast.

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    Mary Beth Elderton says

    Also for holidays, but most any time we have company I like to make Breakfast Burritos. I make an egg, fried potato and cheese dish, then guests can add bacon, sausage, salsa, guacamole, onions, etc.

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    kindra baron says

    We usually do a Christmas breakfast as our ‘big meal’ for the day. So we use a lot of eggs! I think my favorite would be the different kinds of egg casserole (bacon egg cass. is my absolute fave!)


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    Pat says

    My daughter and I have a Christmas goodies day, where we make cookies, fudge, etc for the holidays. We always use lots of eggs. Thanks!!

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    Mallory says

    I make omelts for my family every Christmas. Everyone gets to choose their own fillings, so everyone is a happy camper!!

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    Petunia A says

    I do a lot of baking- cookies, cakes, breads, etc and go through a lot of eggs during the holiday season 😀

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    Joan says

    My Mom’s Thanksgiving stuffing (that my dauther and I now make) has lots of eggs in it. It has both boiled and chopped and raw ones for binder that are cooked as the stuffing is cooked.

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    Frangos! My husbands mother used to make a delicious frozen dessert that tastes just like the frango candy at the mall. I make them every year for dessert with holiday dinners!

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    Stephanie Hirsch says

    I bake a bunch of cookies and depending on whether my husband is home or not (Army), I either send them with him to work, or I send them to him while he’s deployed. This year we are boxing up a bunch of cookies to send to Afghanistan for all the soldiers in his unit!

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    Natalie J Vandenberghe says

    Nothing says holidays like Pumpkin Pie–which calls for eggs. We also use eggs in the stuffing for the turkey. The other thing I like to do during the busy holiday season is make a breakfast casserole–which calls for eggs. It can be made the night before, refrigerated, then baked in the morning. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Diane Riedel says

    Christmas Day we always have French toast with real maple syrup and scrambled eggs. Terrific, relaxing breakfast.


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