Growing up, my grandfather would always make this beautiful braided bread for Easter, just has his mother had done throughout his childhood. I was always fascinated with the colorful eggs tucked so delicately in between the braids.
My grandmother recently sold her home, which meant we had to pack everything up. While doing so I came across my grandfather’s Brioche recipe, which was the recipe he used to make these egg baskets.
No one in our family has made this brioche since my grandfather’s passing…almost 10 years ago. Then, after having found the recipe, I was contacted by Nest Fresh Eggs to create a recipe. Coincidence…nah I think it was more like fate.
I had met with NestFresh Eggs at the Natural Products Expo and was instantly impressed. Their eggs are 100% cage free, pasture raised, and non GMO. What this means is that these hens are roaming the farms and grazing for their food in the grass. The hens can enjoy the sunlight and the fresh air! Their diets are supplemented with feed that is free from pesticides, GMO contamination, and harmful chemicals. NestFresh Eggs not only cares about the well being of their hens, but they also care about the environment!
What I love even more about this company is that the eggs come from small family owned farms. As I am sure you have read…I am all about family companies!
NestFresh Eggs is a great company providing us with a natural wholesome eggs that are as delicious as the ones that we get from my uncle’s backyard hens. I love knowing that I can get these quality eggs on a regular basis at my local grocery store.
Would you like to try NestFresh Eggs? Well, they are offering two month’s worth or NestFresh Cage Free Eggs and an Egg-cellent prize pack!!!! That’s 8 coupons for a free dozen eggs, and a few goodies like a tumbler, water bottle, pan scraper, spatula and egg poacher!