Get Cooking With Nellie’s Summer School {& Giveaway}

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My kids just finished school this week, and I am so excited to have them home with me all summer! I like to plan out our summers with lots of fun field trips, adventures, and pool days. I also try and keep just a little school structure in our summer. We do arts and crafts, and my kids have workbooks so they can refresh all the things they learned during the school year. This summer my 8-year-old son specifically asked if he could learn how to cook. My kids love being in the kitchen with me, and I’m so excited that he wants to learn more cooking skills. Nellie’s Summer School was the perfect way to start our summer cooking school. Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are delicious nutrient dense eggs! They are committed to making better lives for their hens. The Nellie’s hens are never caged and can go outside as often as they would like. They come from the first Certified Humane® farm in the country which means the best eggs to bring home to your family.

Eggs are such a great first food to teach kids how to cook. My kids also love breakfast for dinner so I knew they would like Nellie’s Summer school. It was so fun showing them the each step of cooking. We started at the very beginning, and we talked about washing our hands and preparing the ingredients. My kids loved looking at all the little brown eggs. Hayden decided that we should make egg breakfast sandwiches. I carefully showed my kids how to crack an egg and then let them try. It was hilarious and fun. Hayden got better at cracking each one, but my 4-year-old Halli was not a super fan of being messy after “hatching” the eggs.

They each got a turn to stir the eggs and pour in some salt and pepper. Then we used our new darling little egg pan. It is the perfect size for breakfast sandwiches! Hayden carefully watched the eggs cook, stirring them occasionally. Halli helped me get all our toasted English muffins ready and was the perfect taste tester for quality control.

The great thing about egg breakfast sandwiches is that you can customize them to what everyone likes. My kids like adding spinach, cheese, and bacon to their sandwiches. I also like to add red peppers and avocados to mine. We add a big glass of milk with some fruit on the side, and it is a great meal. It is packed with protein and nutrients that keep my kid’s bodies full and healthy.

It was so fun getting in the kitchen and cooking with my kids. We will be cooking with Nellie’s Summer School and Nellie’s eggs all summer long. Hayden want’s to make french toast next, and then some chocolate chip cookies!

Get in the kitchen with your kids and have fun with Nellie’s Summer school! Right now (1) Mom Spotted reader can win (1) Nellie’s Summer School prize pack! The prize pack includes:

  • an extra mini frying pan
  • 2 coupons

To enter use the Rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!

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Contest ends 6.26.17 at 11:59 pm. For Official Giveaway Rules click here. U.S. Residents only.

About Megan

Megan loves being a stay at home mom to a busy boy Hayden (8) and sweet girl Halli (4). She has been happily married to her ridiculously good looking husband for 9 years. She also enjoys blogging, trying new recipes to cook or bake, girls nights, fashion, and reading. You can also find her on twitter and instagram @megan.hamilton28



Comments

  1. Sarah L says:

    Scrambled eggs is a favorite here.
    Thanks for the contest.

  2. darla says:

    scrambled eggs. It’s simple

  3. Bianca Munoz says:

    My daughter likes her eggs scrambled 🙂

  4. Kristen says:

    We like to make scrambled eggs with cheese, chili and sour cream.

  5. Dana Rodriguez says:

    We love scrambled eggs and pancakes!

  6. I like to fry up a little ham, 1/2 an onion and 1 or 2 cloves of garlic. Then I add it to 3 eggs. I add the egg mixture in, and chop up green onions on top, and sprinkle Nutritional Yeast Flakes. It tastes good.

  7. Jeanne Coulombe says:

    My kids love it when I make them egg mc muffins

  8. sandra says:

    scrambled eggs or French toast

  9. We like “egg in a hole” sunny side up inside toast.

  10. elizabeth miller says:

    We love omelets. We really love them with fresh veggies and fruit on the side.

  11. Jeanna says:

    They like to “help” make hard boiled eggs!

  12. vickie couturier says:

    I make a egg salad that the whole family likes

  13. Soha Molina says:

    Deviled eggs

  14. Kelly Nicholson says:

    What is your favorite recipe using eggs that your kids like to cook or want to learn how to cook?

    all i know is over easy..you mean there’s recipes?

  15. Amy L says:

    The first recipe my son asked me for is my Italian family’s “Popat”, which is a fried dumpling made with eggs, bread crumbs, and Parmesan, served with tomato sauce. All 3 of my kids eventually learned to make them.

  16. laura bernard says:

    scrambled eggs

  17. Jackie says:

    My daughters like to make scrambled eggs with cheese.

  18. Jennifer Essad says:

    they really enjoy making different flavors of pancakes, taking turns they like chocolate or banana nut, applesauce, berry

  19. rochelle haynes says:

    Scramble eggs is the best

  20. Maryann D. says:

    We like to make egg omelets and try to add different vegetables or cheeses to it.

  21. Jessica D. says:

    Omelets! My kiddos love them & love to make them!

  22. Vicki Wurgler says:

    my granddaughter loves to make egg drop soup

  23. Lorena Keech says:

    We have a sandwich recipe, it is essentially scrambled eggs, mayo, cheese and whatever veggies we have on hand, chopped fine, in a greased baking dish. Once it bakes, we cut it in squares and serve on toast as sandwiches.

  24. Well, as far as eggs go, we like them scrambled. However, the item we make the most with our eggs is homemade brownies! LOL

  25. Azeem says:

    Scrambled eggs

  26. jeremy mclaughlin says:

    French Toast.

  27. Kelly D says:

    My kids would like to learn how to cook a cheddar omelette.

  28. Cheryl B says:

    I lve creating an egg, ham, and heese scramble.

  29. Sarah Hall says:

    My kids love French toast.

  30. We do “eggs in a pocket” where you cut the center out of a piece of bread & cook an egg in it. The kids love to make them 🙂

  31. Amanda Alvarado says:

    Our daughter likes to make scrambled eggs.

  32. Charlene S. says:

    My son likes to make ham and cheese omelets. They are very good too 🙂

  33. Melissa Storms says:

    We love omelettes here and everyone has their favorite fillings. My son loves making them.

  34. Dianna says:

    I just bought Nellie’s eggs at the store this week. It was the first time I’ve seen them!
    My kids like sunny-side up eggs but they don’t know how to cook them.

  35. Jennifer Tilson says:

    My kids like poached eggs but I never make them because I’m intimidated by them. So, the fave egg is egg in a hole or frog in a hole (a fried egg in a toast cut-out).

  36. Terri S. says:

    My. 2 granddaughters love to help me make French toast with cinnamon sprinkled on top.

  37. Darlene Carbajal says:

    Scrambled eggs!

  38. Kelly Grant says:

    my boy likes helping me cut up eggs for egg salad

  39. Shakeia Rieux says:

    Denver omelettes

  40. Nannypanpan says:

    It would be scrambled eggs

  41. Karen D says:

    They want to learn to make omelets.

  42. amanda whitley says:

    i like to make ham, onion and cheese omelettes.

  43. we love cooking mushroom omelettes, it’s easy and so tasty! My kids love to cook this with me!

  44. My daughter wants to learn how to make omelettes. I don’t even know how to make omelettes, so we’ll see how it goes!

  45. Tina W says:

    The kids love omelettes, and they are a quick and easy dinner sometimes.

  46. Amber Cheras says:

    My family loves ham and cheese omlettes

  47. sarah s says:

    Scrambled eggs with white American cheese.

  48. Sandra Preti says:

    We love quiche!

  49. Lisa L says:

    We usually make sunny-side up eggs but my son wants to learn to make eggs benedict!

  50. lea says:

    My daughter loves slow scrambled eggs. It takes a bit more time, but it’s amazing!

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