SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 22, 2013) - This year, keep your favorite "Girl" happy on Mother's Day with a delicious breakfast in bed, advises the happy egg co., who are experts at keeping their "Girls," the hens, happy. The new Free Range egg company, known for treating their hens to the best life imaginable and making Free Range eggs conveniently available for an affordable price, knows a sweet tray piled high with Mom's favorite breakfast or brunch foods is a great way to show your love for her, and mother hens everywhere.
Moms throughout California, Arizona and Nevada are clucking in approval of Free Range eggs from the happy egg co. because their hens have daily access to four acres of pasture to roam, plenty of clean water and nutritional feed, and extra care from expert family farmers. It's a golden standard of care echoed in the lessons of the home and family.
"Moms always teach their children to care about how they treat those around them, and Mother's Day is the perfect time to show Mom that you have listened to her infinite wisdom," said Rob Newell, Chief Marketing Officer for the happy egg co. "Honor Mom with a breakfast in bed that has been prepared in kindness from the very beginning, by serving her Free Range eggs from hens that are treated to the golden standard -- the happy egg co. standard."
As you hatch your plan to celebrate Mom this Mother's Day, the happy egg co.'s expert chefs, the Grub Gals, Betty Fraser and Denise DeCarlo, have created mouthwatering, delicious recipes to spoil Mom using Free Range eggs. Visit thehappyeggco.com/our-recipes to view the many egg centric creations, like sweet French Beignets that are easy to prepare, or a slightly scrambled version of traditional French toast using Marmalade and Banana. The Grub Gals have created something for every chick and her clutch, whether it's egg-ceptionally quick and easy, or a dish that requires more time and experience. They've even prepared a few instructional videos to help each family spread their wings in the kitchen stress free!
For more information about Free Range eggs from the happy egg co., please visit www.thehappyeggco.com, or cluck alongside the Girls at Facebook.com/thehappyeggcousa or @happyeggcousa.