Sunny Queen Meal Solutions is now offering an egg-based dessert or snack option called Sweet Bites.
Sunny Queen Meal Solutions is a division of Sunny Queen Eggs which offers pre-cooked, egg-based, food options for caterers, cafes, restaurants and other organisations which serve food on mass.
Sweet Bites are available in three flavours, Double Chocolate and Coconut, Banana and Chocolate and Apple and Sultana. Sunny Queen says they are gluten free and contain no artificial colours or flavours.
Sweet Bites come frozen and have a shelf life of 12 months. Heating options include sandwich press, combi or conventional oven, microwave or a hot plate.
Managing Director of Sunny Queen, John O’Hara, said creating the Sweet Bites provided the company with a chance to be innovative with its product range.
“Innovation is important to Sunny Queen and with more consumers than ever looking for new alternatives to fit their lifestyle, it was a great time to show the true versatility that can come from egg based products,” O’Hara said.
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