January 27, 2013

"The Vegg" Vegan Egg Yolk Giveaway!


Hopefully by now everyone has heard of the wonderful new vegan egg yolk on the market called The Vegg! It's such an amazing product that can be used in all of your recipes that call for eggs! It's a recipe converter's dream come true!

Recently my recipe for Tiramisu Cupcakes (which you can check out here) was a finalist in The Vegg recipe contest. One of my prizes was three bags of The Vegg!  I do intend on coming up with some more recipes using The Vegg, but I don't really need three whole bags to myself - so I had an idea. What better than to share them with all of you guys?! So, I'm holding a little contest for my amazing readers to see who wins the three bags of The Vegg. Honestly, I wish I could send each and every one of you a special prize, but unfortunately I only have three bags to hand out. There are plenty of ways to enter - so be sure to enter with every option for a better chance at winning.

One of the ways to enter is letting me know the dish you would love to create with your bag of The Vegg. I can't wait to see all of your ideas! This contest is open until February 3rd, 2013. Only open to U.S. residents. Good luck everyone!!

51 comments:

  1. Nice giveaway! I never had the vegg but would love to try it on muffins, I am always making muffins at breakfast for my family!
    Ana

    (anacardia@nc.rr.com)

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  2. Where to begin? I think I'd try it in crepes first.

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  3. I used to love eggs and I miss them a lot, so I'm really interested in incorporating the vegg into some of my old favorites. Yolky scrambles and benedicts, please!

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  4. I would try French Toast! Curious to see how this product is.

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  5. I think a Spanish tortilla would be fun! Maybe with some potatoes, vegan chorizo, and vegan cheese!

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  6. i would try it first in a vegan frittata...my boys always loved it for sunday brunch...i think this would take it to a whole new place!!

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  7. I would love to make a custard pie! I have a recipe my grandma used to make when I was a kid and I could actually recreate it!

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  8. I would sooooo love to try The Vegg!!

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  9. I've heard it tastes very much like eggs...I would like to try them plain, first!

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  10. Cool giveaway! I've heard so much about the Vegg, but I've yet to try it for myself. I'd use it to make old fashioned egg noodles!

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  11. I would love to try a quiche!

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  12. I want to see how it'll hold up to a quiche!

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  13. Omelettes! With red and green peppers and salsa on top.

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  14. It's a toss-up between French Toast & Bread Pudding!

    gaia (at) cinci (dot) rr (dot) com

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  15. I would love to try it in dessert baking, anything from cake, to cupcakes!! It sounds amazing!! = )

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  16. I would love to make some homemade french toast with the Vegg. :P

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  17. I would make the preferred breakfast of my childhood...pan-fried toast with a hole in the middle filled with fried egg! I can't remember the name of it, but I LOVEDDDD it!

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  18. I've been dying to make hollandaise since I first heard of Vegg. I'm drooling just thinking about it.

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  19. I would love to experiment with all kinds of desserts!

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  20. Fried egg yolk for toast dipping, deviled eggs, cookies, and what I remember egg salad as.

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  21. BAKED FRENCH TOAST with bananas!!!!

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  22. probably french toast as well!

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  23. So many things to try, but I'd start with an omelet - something savory!

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  24. A spinach florentine quiche, please!

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  25. Definitely French toast, but I would love to just dip toast in it. I really miss that.

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  26. I would make daiya mozzarella sticks!!

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  27. Definitely a breakfast food. Maybe a Mexican egg scramble!

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  28. I would love to make french toast.
    Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  29. I am pretty happy with flax or chia eggs in baking, so I'd love to use the Vegg to make some eggier thing, like an omlet with lots of daiya pepperjack :)

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  30. French toast, french toast, a thousand times, french toast! I have tried SO many recipes, and they are never quite right. (And looks like I'm not alone in the quest, judging by the preponderance of french toast answers above!! ;p)

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  31. I'm not a vegan...but my husband is and I'd love to try something fun with this VEGG thing to see if it can pass the test. I'd love to just make breakfast for dinner...nice scrambled eggs, toast and vegan sausage. I'm slowly allowing myself to try more vegan foods...maybe I can add this to my list of vegan things I don't mind :) And I know my husband would LOVE to get his culinary hands on this stuff. the possibilities might prove to be endless. (and as someone else mentioned...we haven't had crepes in FOREVER!!)

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  32. I'm going simple with a fried egg, since it's been ages.

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  33. The Vegg makes awesome French toast; I'd definitely try making crepes next.

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  34. I would like to try frittatas and fresh battered jalapeno poppers! I may try an omelet too because I miss them!

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  35. Oh wow. I wonder if they would work in pizzelles. I'd love to try them in my great grandmother's recipe. Yum.

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  36. I would make some sort of breakfast food, maybe a scramble!

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  37. My sister-in-law has been craving french toast made from a loaf of brioche but I checked the bread ingredients and the flavor comes from eggs ... something I can't quite replicate. I'd love to indulge her for her 60th birthday!

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  38. I would make eggy desserts like tiramisu cupcakes or some sort of custard. And definitely some french toast!

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  39. So many things I could make! Definitely french toast or use veggs in baking!

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  40. Ooooh I don't know!!!! Definitely these cupcakes! Maybe some scramble or just pour it over some scramble!

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  41. I have to admit that i was a bit skeptical of this stuff when I heard of it, but now that I've actually read the ingredients and found out it's soy-free and not loaded w/ a bunch of crap, I'm excited to try it! My mom used to make something called a Wacky Cake - 2 chocolate cake layers, with some cream filling, with cherries...It's delish! I've never made it and would love to finally try with the Vegg! Thanks!

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  42. I'd love to try making a quiche - but French toast sounds pretty darned good, too!

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  43. My grandmother's Coffee Can Pumpkin Bread. I thought the recipe would be easy to veganize since it's just pumpkin bread, but...not so much.

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  44. I would love to try french toast! My dad would make breakfast on the weekends when I was young and french toast was my favorite!!!

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  45. hi! congrats on beautiful cupcakes and being a finalist! i would love to try them in a quiche or omelet or tofu scramble. i would also like to try making vegan okonomiyaki (japanese savory omelette) and or Omu-soba (japanese omelette with noodles in them). i would love to try making Kaya (south east asian coconut egg custard).

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