I WANT these--Disney Farm Fresh Eggs

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  1. My2BabiesLexis&Dill

    My2BabiesLexis&Dill DIS Veteran

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    Someone PLEASE tell me where you can buy these at? I saw there is a .50 coupon out for these. Here is a youtube video I found on them:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbuXOopbWcE

    FYI: I know they are just eggs but just seeing the Disney characters on them made me smile.
     
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  3. LeeLeeLuvsDisney

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    The Publix stores here in Central Florida carry them. Not sure about up where you live.
     
  4. My2BabiesLexis&Dill

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    We don't have a Publix. I"m wondering if Kroger carries them since they do carry allot of the Disney brand food.
     
  5. TinkerBrie

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    We bought them at them at Giant! My daughter loves them!
     
  6. tinytink

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    If you can't find them can't you just stamp the character (saw some disney stamps at the $ store) on the regular eggs? That might be even cheaper if you do it that way.
     
  7. goofy370

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    We found them at Pathmark. My 11 DS was so excited to see them so I bought them. The disney eggs were actually cheaper than regular eggs.
     
  8. java

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    Found them at Shoprite here and yes they were cheaper so I bought them. Funny thing was when I was making eggs Sunday everyone had to have "THEIR" egg. :rotfl2: And they are actually pretty good as far as eggs go- hormone free.
     
  9. momof3girls6712

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    Our local store hasn't had them. I am going out of town this week for an appt and hoping to find them at Publix.
     
  10. Crazy Hakim

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    I wonder how they get three yokes in every egg to make a Mickey like that?



    ... waiting
     
  11. mischief32

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    Just to let you know, I am from Stuarts Draft also and saw them the other week in Martins's in Waynesboro
     
  12. FLAngie

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    Our Publix had them too. But they were a little over a dollar more than the regular eggs. We ended up pulling out the stamp kit and making our own at home:lmao: The kids complained at first, but ended up having more fun doing this. However, we may never be able to eat another egg that hasn't been stamped by one of them first.:rotfl2:
     
  13. Tarheel Tink

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    Ah ha! The commercial showed me what I can do with that red mickey thingy I bought years ago in the kitchen section of the Disney Store, got it home and then had no clue what to use it for! :thumbsup2
     
  14. My2BabiesLexis&Dill

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    I glad to see someone else on Disbaords from my area. Martins is one store I don't shop at. I should have figured they would have them. I'll have to check it out after work.
     
  15. Artist

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    They have them at my Giant (in Pa), but they were much more expensive than both regular and the cage-free organic eggs I usually buy so I passed. However, if I can find a coupon for them I would certainly like to try them!
     
  16. DawnM

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    I have 2 of those mickey shaped egg frying thigies. I can't seem to get it so that the egg white doesn't seep under the thingie and make it not quite as Mickey shaped. If you can figure out a trick to that let me know.

    Dawn

     
  17. kadesha

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    I've never seen those but I buy Disney potatoes at our grocery store. They have captain Jack on the bag!
     
  18. kim5678

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    I cannot find them! I have checked A&P, Stop & Shop, Grade A and Pathmark:):scared1:
     
  19. mickeymaker2003

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    I have those too. Try spraying the pan, putting the molds in, then turning on the heat fairly high. Get the molds and pan hot before you put the eggs in. Then put the egg in slowly. The hot pan and mold will cook the egg white before much has time to leak out and form a seal. I usually put two eggs per mold. If you do it right, you can get it so each ear has a yolk in it (put most of the whites in, then put the yolks into the ears).

    Good luck.
     
  20. Tarheel Tink

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    Good advice, thanks! It all makes sense when you explain it.
     

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