This post is sponsored by Great Day Farms. All opinions are my own.
When I went off to college, I ate in the cafeteria with the other freshmen who I lived with in the dorms. One of the weirdest things I experienced a few times a week was a Caesar Salad Bar. There would be a salad station with make your own ingredients for only Caesar salad and not your standard garden salads. It was totally bizarre to me. There would be big yummy croutons, Parmesan cheese and a huge container of chopped eggs. For the longest time I turned my nose up at these chopped eggs, but learned to embrace the goodness that was chopped egg on my pile of romaine lettuce. And since that fateful freshman year, I’ve added chopped eggs to my Caesar Salad.
Over the years I’ve kept that little memory in my back pocket and always add chopped eggs to my salads when I can. If you give me a choice between a garden salad and Caesar, I’m Caesar girl. I was excited when I found Great Day Farm’s Hard Boiled-Eggs at my local Walmart because now I can make my homemade dressing and chop my eggs at home in no time for a quick and easy meal. Since I’ve been working out more this year, I’ve been trying to eat more protein on a daily basis, and found a great substitute in Greek Yogurt for my homemade Caesar dressing. Double whammy of protein in my salad.
I love that the eggs come in 2 packs and 6 packs. Perfect for snacks, quick deviled eggs, or adding it as extra protein to your week night meal. I also love serving deviled eggs on the side. One of my favorite restaurants does that, and it’s always unique twist to pair on a salad.
You can find Great Day Farms Hard-Boiled Egg near the deli section at your local Walmart. I love that I don’t have to do the work to have hard-boiled eggs at home. Pick these up for your next quick week night dinner, snack or just alone with a little Everything But the Bagel Seasoning. That happens to be my personal favorite.
How do you like to eat your hard boiled eggs?