Let me start this post by saying, we eat dozens of eggs per week. It’s kind of ridiculous.

Eggs for breakfast, usually scrambled.

Eggs for lunch, because I love a good egg salad sandwich.

Eggs for snack, because my girls love deviled eggs.

Eggs for dinner, because who doesn’t love breakfast for diner??

See. Eggs galore!

Does your family eat a lot of eggs as well?

Compared to ordinary store-bought eggs, Eggland’s Best (EB) eggs contain more than double the omega-3s, which studies have found may boost attention in kids under 12. Plus, with ten times the vitamin E, a key antioxidant for strong immunity, EB eggs can help to ward off those sick days.

With school aged kids, the day doesn’t end after the bell rings. There’s still homework, sports, chores, and all that comes after school. Snack time after-school still needs to give them that energy to succeed at all those tasks.

EB eggs pack four times the vitamin D, helping the body absorb calcium for strong bones on and off the field. They also have only 60 calories while ordinary eggs have 70 and also contain 25% less saturated fat, -helping to keep kids light on their toes.

Here’s a fun way to feed your kiddos a delicious snack, in a fun new way!

Egg & Cheese Egg Rolls with Gravy

Egg Rolls with Gravy

Maybe I’m late to the game, but hasn’t there been an egg roll craze lately? I’ve seen just about everything wrapped up into one. One of my favorites is buffalo chicken egg rolls and those sweet ones like apple pie egg rolls. All delicious!

This one works the same way, except you only need THREE simple ingredients.


Egg & Cheese Egg Rolls with Gravy


  • 6 egg roll wrappers (I get mine in the produce section)
  • 6 EB eggs
  • ? cup shredded cheese (Cheddar or Colby jack)


  1. Start by scrambling six eggs in a pan, on med heat.
  2. Next, lay out your wrapper, add 3 tablespoons of your eggs and sprinkle with cheese.
  3. Once they are all wrapped up like I’ve shown above, fry them in your choice of oil – I use coconut oil, but you can use vegetable oil if you prefer. Heat the oil on med-high and fry each side for just a few minutes or until golden brown.
  4. Set onto some paper towels to catch leftover oil.

Use a tiny bit of oil or butter on the tip of the wrapper before you close it up, to help keep it closed.

Here’s when you can make this snack even healthier. Instead of frying them, you can choose to bake them instead. I’m personally not a fan of how they turn out baked, but it’s completely your choice.

breakfast Rolls

Now, you can just go ahead and devour these these as is, OR you can go the extra mile and make some gravy to dip them into. Since I had some extra time I made some sausage gravy. I of course cheated a little and used a packaged gravy for the base, with some cooked sausage crumble.

Want the gravy, but don’t really have time? Just use a packet! It’ll be our little secret.

cooked sausage crumble

Eggs and cheese make a great base for these egg rolls but don’t be afraid to get creative, and add bacon, diced ham, or veggies. You name it!

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