Omlet Egg Ramp review and giveaway

Since we welcomed the chickens to our family back in September we have enjoyed having a fresh supply of eggs.  The difference from non free range eggs is visible to us and we have certainly been spoilt with our own supply.  But then we have been hit with the problem of how to store our eggs and how to know which ones need using first.  I know that some people write a date or stamp a date on their eggs but having a pen to hand is quite a feet here at times so we have been using a rotation system.  In practice this is okay if the same person collects the eggs daily which often isn’t the case here as everyone likes to help out.  So when Omlet gave me the opportunity to try out one of their Egg Ramps I couldn’t resist. 
Omlet very kindly sent me a lovely red Egg Ramp to try out.  The egg ramp helps you keep your eggs in date order so that you always use the oldest first.  Every time you find a new egg simply add it to the top of the ramp, and when you want to use an egg take from the bottom.  Each time an egg is taken from the bottom the remaining eggs roll gently, sometimes you have to give them a helping hand.  The egg ramp can hold 12 medium size eggs which is about the size our chickens are laying.  Although we have one that lays a smaller egg every few days so we can actually fit a few extra on the ramp when this happens.  Something that was important for us when we looked at egg storage was something that didn’t take up too much room in the kitchen.  The egg ramp certainly fulfils this criteria and even the boys have got the hang on placing the fresh eggs at the top of the ramp, usually they put them on the ramp as soon as they find them and it’s left to myself or dad of 3 to wash them if needed.  With five chickens and usually three to four of them laying daily we fill the ramp pretty quickly.  Initially we thought we may have to have a bowl for any over flow we occur but this hasn’t been the case in the last three weeks since using the egg ramp.  It really has been so useful to us and I no longer have to worry about picking up an old egg that was forgotten about when cooking.  
The egg ramp is available in five lovely colours, red, yellow, black, cream and duck egg blue.  Retailing at £14.99 the egg ramp provides a great storage solution and egg rotation device in one.  I also like the fact that for every yellow egg ramp purchased Omlet will donate a £1 from the cost of the ramp to the British Hen Welfare Trust.  The British Hen Welfare Trust educate the public about Hen welfare and also help with the rehoming of commercial laying hens.  This is something we as a family strongly believe in and our chickens are ex commercial hens.  
Not only have the lovely people at Omlet given me an egg ramp to review but they are also giving one lucky reader the chance to win their own egg ramp in a colour of their choice.  To be in with a chance of winning an Egg Ramp all you have to do is complete the rafflecopter form below, good luck 

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161 thoughts on “Omlet Egg Ramp review and giveaway

  1. I do love scrambled eggs with cheese and served on toast with Heinz Spaghetti on the side!

  2. I like a red onion and cheese omelette

  3. headsy12 says:

    scrambled with butter and cream delicious.

  4. Beverley says:

    Scrambled with a little bit of cheese!

  5. Emma Walters says:

    in cakes!!!! lol & pancakes, such a sweet tooth

  6. Anonymous says:

    We love them poached with crispy bacon & sourdough toast.

  7. Tammy Tudor says:

    fried and runny 🙂

  8. Amanda Hart says:

    I love runny egg sandwiches with brown sauce 🙂

  9. Lucy says:

    scrambled on an english muffin.

  10. Andy Caldwell says:

    Plain omelette

  11. Katherine S says:

    Poached or in an omelette 🙂

  12. Ness says:

    Scrambled or as eggy bread 🙂

  13. mellysocks says:

    Poached is my favourite but I’m useless at them so only if someone else does them!

  14. we use to use a maker and write the date on our eggs.

  15. I love poached eggs…
    Desperately need an egg ramp – we took on our Omlet Eglu Cube (purple!) and three Mrs Pepperpots (Bella, Gaia and Iris) in September, and they’ve laid all winter. It’s only hubby and I so we struggle to keep up with the eggs: I’m always buying new egg storage devices for our worktop, and love the egg ramp!!

  16. smolaki says:

    all ways…I just love eggs!

  17. tabbaz123 says:

    I love them cooked in the microwave with a knob of butter and pepper – delicious

  18. Anonymous says:

    Omelette with a little bit of soya sauce
    (kim neville)

  19. maci234 says:

    poached eggs on toast

  20. Rhoda says:

    Scrambled. Love when my Dad brings us fresh eggs from the croft!

  21. In an egg and tomato sandwich!

  22. Gina M says:

    Boiled with loads of mayo!

  23. Sunny side up! Really runny fried eggs!

  24. scrambled yum yum!

  25. karen hutchinson says:

    fried, boiled, poached or scrambled !

  26. Karen Cowley says:

    love poached eggs, i am not great at doing them but when i get it right they are lush x

  27. tracey huber says:

    scrambled on toast with kidney on the side

  28. Paula Barker says:

    Scrambled with lots of brown sauce

  29. i love a good fried egg with lots of dip

  30. Emma says:

    i like my with a kiss.. 😉

  31. sarah rees says:

    I like a cheese and onion omeletter

  32. Anonymous says:

    3 minute boiled egg – with dip in soldiers of course


  33. scrambled eggs with a little brown sauce

  34. Anonymous says:


  35. Isis1981uk says:

    Chocolate…or scrambled!

  36. Anneka Hulse says:

    Boiled runny eggs

  37. liz ferguson says:

    Boiled because I can leave them to cook on their own

  38. Janet Rawstron says:

    I love eggs scrambled, boiled, fried, poached, in egg custard and every other conceivable way of cooking them.

  39. TRACY HANSON says:

    Scrambled eggs on toast, or beans on toast with a fried egg on top. Even better fried egg, chips and beans

  40. Scrambled with double cream

  41. katie skeoch says:

    poached with some salt and pepper

  42. Glenn Marvell-James says:


  43. Scrambled Egg is my favourite

  44. Jennifer74 says:

    Chopped up in a cup, mixed with a bit of butter, salt and some pepper and served with toast. Think it’s a Scottish thing.

  45. essexkit says:

    Love eggs cooked any way as long as just set ….not a fan of runny whites.Scrambled with smoked salmon or eggs benedict are family favourites!

  46. Anonymous says:

    Boiled with bread and butter soldiers.

  47. Anonymous says:

    Boiled with bread and butter soldiers. David Douglas

  48. Anonymous says:

    Soft boiled.

  49. James Seale says:

    Made into a quiche.

  50. Emma Collins says:

    i love eggs anyways but has to be runny so i get be dippy

  51. Rebecca U says:

    love them poached

  52. Scott Fallon says:


  53. lauren tourle says:

    boiled egg and soldiers 🙂

  54. Anonymous says:

    Poached, but I’m useless at poaching eggs, so I normally have soft-boiled with soldiers to dip in 🙂
    Spencer Broadley

  55. Miriam Said says:

    Scrambled, poached, fried, hard boiled, soft boiled, omelette, scotch egg, chopped up hard boiled with salad cream or mayo, hard boiled sliced in a sandwich with lettuce, and occasionally a raw egg.

  56. I like my eggs in an omlette with ham, mushroom and onion. Yum! Thanks for a great giveaway.

  57. Anonymous says:

    I like mine with a kiss 😉

  58. Anonymous says:

    loved them fried
    from samantha price

  59. Richard Hill says:

    scrambled eggs are the bestest

  60. Tracey Morton says:

    Poached with runny yolks, yum!

  61. Rainbowwitch says:

    Poached and well done

  62. I don’t like eggs but I like them in cakes

  63. Val says:

    Poached, scrambled, soft boiled, hard boiled – love them all!

  64. tony macho says:

    scrambled please

  65. Rebecca Saunders says:

    sunny side up

  66. Scrambled scrambled x

  67. LornaQ says:

    Spanish omlette

  68. emma says:

    boiled with toast dippers

  69. lynn heath says:

    Fried on toast, with a big blob of ketchup

  70. Anonymous says:

    Poached or Fried

  71. nickamram says:

    Fried in a toasted sandwich with the yolk splurging out of the sides

  72. janetf says:

    scrambled or as an omlette

  73. KayeLaFaye says:

    I love my eggs in cakes!

  74. Dani Graves says:

    made in to quiche

  75. As simple as possible, so poached boiled or fried

  76. Zoe R says:

    soft boiled with buttered toasted soldiers

  77. twinlay06 says:

    Omelette with cheese

  78. William G says:

    Scrambled on toast!

  79. Solange says:


  80. Fried – Easy Over!

  81. Lorraine says:

    Boiled and runny. With soldiers.

  82. Pamela Chang says:

    Fluffy scrambled eggs!

  83. dragon60 says:

    omlettes, even when you think there is nothing to eat you can have a yummy omlette with alsmost nothing

  84. Gillian Hale says:

    boiled with soldiers

  85. Denise C says:

    Scrambled with smoked salmon – yum

  86. Either soft boiled or scrambled

  87. Scrambled or poached

  88. Janet T says:

    Every way they come I’ve got hens and love eggs 🙂

  89. rugmaker says:

    Fried on toast

  90. egg in a cup with butter x

  91. Ser says:

    boiled, scrambled, fried, anyhow really, but i really love eggy bread

  92. Catherine Bell says:


  93. Soft boiled with toast soldiers

  94. Fried on toasted Tiger Bread.

  95. krnries says:

    I love eggs in all different ways – even raw in an eggnogg 🙂

  96. HayleyT says:

    I love eggs – from hard-boiled with butter and soldiers, fried egg on toast, French Toast, omelettes filled with cheese and mushrooms and scrambled eggs with lots of tomato ketchup x

  97. I love softly poached eggs with a side of crispy bacon.

  98. scrambled with cheese and freshly chopped herbs

  99. Clare Hubbard says:

    Fried sunny side down 🙂

  100. Soft poached eggs on toast are my favourite 🙂

  101. kimi kinz says:

    soft boiled with vegemite soldiers 🙂

  102. Suzanne says:


  103. Anonymous says:

    boiled, with a runny yolk 🙂 (mommas house)

  104. Emma says:

    Scrambled, with a pink of black pepper

  105. Gail Bennett says:

    Fried or poached with a soft yolk 🙂

  106. sheridarby says:

    boiled with toast soldiers

  107. kim heeps says:

    fried, with a pinch of salt and pepper

  108. Emma Price says:

    Scrambled and cooked in butter!

  109. Lani Nash says:

    scrambled eggs on wholemeal toast with smoked salmon

  110. Anonymous says:

    Fertilised…..only kidding 😉
    Scrambled mixed with cheese xx

    Jill cordner

  111. natz101 says:

    Poached!! 🙂

  112. Emma Ellison says:

    Poached x

  113. D Lloyd says:

    poached on top of a smoked haddock risotto xD

  114. Anonymous says:


    Rachel Craig

  115. jodie harvey says:

    fried along side the rest of a full english 😀

  116. sjw01 says:

    With a kiss 😉 ! Preferably poached 🙂

  117. Very softly scrambled with home made crusty bread/toast and cracked black pepper.

  118. Fried with a bit of toast!

  119. denise s says:

    baked in the oven with chorizo, potatoes chopped onion and mushrooms for brunch at the weekend

  120. joanna_kow says:

    scrambled eggs are my favourite

  121. sairz eastham says:

    omeletted :F

  122. avmartin30 says:

    fried, boiled, scrambled, omelette or poached

  123. teresa1963 says:

    soft boiled with soldiers

  124. Lucy Mayer says:

    Simply poached. 🙂

  125. suewilly says:

    I like omelettes or scrambled eggs with loads of cheese in!

  126. AmyJo says:

    I like mine with a kiss.

  127. Sam P Toms says:

    Fried, poached, scrambled… Any which way I love them!

  128. Barry Ranns says:

    Fried egg sandwich

  129. Laura Morris says:

    scrambled and on toast please!

  130. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    Fried egg sandwich

  131. zeenie says:

    i like mine scrambled

  132. Niki Wardle says:

    I’m Somewhere between soft boiled and poached! Lol
    Absolutely love the egg ramp idea!

  133. Zoe Coen says:

    Scrambled please

  134. Joseph Mitchell says:

    Scrambled for sure! I love all types of egg though, fried, poached, eggy bread etc.

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