Duck eggs x6

Duck eggs x6

SKU# FINEGGDUCK6

Availability: In stock

£2.95

Organic free-range duck eggs from Haresfield Farm, Wiltshire. Rich and flavoursome, you can use them in any recipe - and people who are intolerant to chicken eggs can often eat duck eggs without a problem.

Coveted by pastry chefs, their fatty golden yolks and high-protein whites make duck eggs an amazing cheat-ingredient for baking. With their help, you’ll be whipping up fluffier cakes and creamier custards than ever before. The extra lift makes a particular difference in gluten-free recipes, really improving the texture. For more inspiration, read our quick tips for duck eggs.

Quick Overview

Organic free-range duck eggs from Haresfield Farm, Wiltshire. Rich and flavoursome, you can use them in any recipe - and people who are intolerant to chicken eggs can often eat duck eggs without a problem.



Coveted by pastry chefs, their fatty golden yolks and high-protein whites make duck eggs an amazing cheat-ingredient for baking. With their help, you’ll be whipping up fluffier cakes and creamier custards than ever before. The extra lift makes a particular difference in gluten-free recipes, really improving the texture.

For more inspiration, read our quick tips for duck eggs.

Cooking

You can use duck eggs in any recipe where you would usually use a hens’ egg. They’re especially good for baking. However, the extra protein in the whites also means that duck eggs are quicker to overcook and turn rubbery– so be a little careful with heat and cooking time.

Storage

Keep cool and eat as fresh as possible.

Organic duck egg farmer

These beautiful eggs come from Haresfield Farm, Wiltshire. The happy Khaki Campbell ducks (a traditional laying breed) are raised from day-old ducklings according to full organic principles. They are kept in small groups and encouraged to exhibit their natural behaviours, to make sure they’re as happy and stress-free as possible. All day they are free to roam and paddle on the organic farmland, and at night they’re safely put away in their straw-covered house.