Duck Eggs!

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Duck Eggs!

Duck Eggs!


You might be interested in reading my post, How to Use Duck Eggs.

Gathering Duck Eggs Once Again!

I love using duck eggs in baking, French toast, and even scrambled eggs (with some milk added)…but my one remaining duck hen stopped laying eggs over the winter. However, I have four young duck hens that have started laying recently and I’m loving all of the fresh duck eggs! I’m saving some for hatching, and the rest are being used in freshly baked bread. When I get a chance, I’ll gather some of the rhubarb from our garden to make rhubarb cake. Yum.

Do you use duck eggs? What is your favorite way to eat them?

2 comments on “Duck Eggs!

  1. Lisa Lynn Post author

    Hi Tanisha,
    If your daughter has a food allergy to eggs, not a food sensitivity, be very careful about trying the duck eggs. Keep the epi-pen on hand! If it is a food sensitivity, hopefully you will be able to use them. I have heard that duck eggs can sometimes be used by people who are sensitive to chicken eggs, but I sometimes wonder if the feed they are eating can have an effect. Let me know how your experiment goes!

    Best wishes!

  2. Tenisha

    We are just starting to use duck eggs! Our youngest is allergic to chicken eggs, so we’ve given her duck eggs scrambled a few times to see how she does…not quite sure yet, she seems fussier on those days, but being that she is 2.5, it’s hard to tell for sure if it’s the eggs or life. I do hope they are an option, we have been talking about raising ducks and then getting to incorporate eggs back into my baking/cooking!


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