Hatton Hill

Organic Egg White Powder


Organic Egg White Powder by Hatton Hill Organic. Made from organic eggs laid by higher-welfare hens in the Netherlands. Packed in the UK.

Egg whites are the white part of an egg that surrounds the yolk. A rich source of protein, they contain almost 70% of all the protein found in an egg, but hardly any of the fat and carbohydrates, and powdered, they can be used as a nutrition supplement.

However, the most common uses of egg white powder are in baking. Egg white powder strengthens dough in baked goods such as cookies and cakes, and it's the anchor ingredient in dishes such as meringues, macarons and pavlovas.

But that's not all: Our organic egg white powder is also a nifty ingredient in savoury dishes, too. Try coating small potatoes or potato chunks in whipped egg white before roasting to give them a lovely crispy-crackly finish. Or how about whipping up some toum, an intense, Lebanese-style garlic sauce that's a terrific accompaniment for shawarma and barbequed meats and vegetables?

If you've got a bit of an avant-garde culinary streak, our egg white powder is a great ingredient for making foams. And for mixologists, egg white powder is an indispensable ingredient for creative cocktails.

Overall, our organic egg white powder is a wonderful kitchen-cupboard item, ready to go without the hassle of having to bring fresh eggs up to room temperature, separate the yolks, and find a use for the yolks. And, thanks to the way in which our egg whites are turned into this versatile powder, there's no risk of nasty bacteria (such as salmonella) making its way into your cooking. 

Organic ✓ Vegetarian ✓

Certified as organic by the UK’s Soil Association (licence no. DA22427). 

Typical values per 100g
Energy 1,457kJ
Fat 0g
- of which saturates 0g
Carbohydrates 8.7g
- of which sugars 4.3g
Fibre 0g
Protein 69.6g
Salt 1.13g

Packed on premises that handle celery, cereals containing gluten, mustard, peanuts, sesame, soybeans, sulphur dioxide and sulphites, and tree nuts (such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, brazil nuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios and macadamias).