It seems a lot of bakeries make use of egg powder and you can get whole egg, egg white and, whole egg with sugar. I particularly like the egg white powder because there is no issues with cracking eggs and seperating and then working out what to do with the egg yolks. I use my egg powder for baking and I tend to use fresh eggs for dinners. For each 1kg of whole egg powder you get approx 80 fresh eggs (59g), which is pretty amazing and great to know you have these on hand all year. Here is a recipe that makes use of the egg powder, but basically, anything that has fresh eggs, you can use the egg powder. I wouldn't concern yourself with making scrambled eggs or anything like this.
Chocolate Chip Pancakes
2 cups plain flour
2 cups milk
Egg powder - 1tbspn + 1 tspn
75mls water to hydrate egg powder
1/4 cup sugar
baking powder - can't remember amount, will post it when i find recipe!
Handful choc chips - or more if you want!
Mix all dry ingredients. In seperate bowl mix egg powder and water a little. You can also add egg powder straight to bowl and add water and milk together. Add egg and milk to dry ingredients and gently mix until all combined. Fold in choc chips.