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20 Things to do with Leftover Easter Eggs

March 30, 2021


You’ve dyed and hunted–now what? Don’t let a single leftover hard-boiled Easter egg go to waste. These salads, sandwiches, and cookie recipes will certainly be a tasty hit among family and friends, and will also declutter your fridge from mountains of eggs.

  1. Hard Boiled Egg Chocolate Chip Cookies – This recipe is first on the list because it’s a sweet treat that’ll satisfy your tastebuds.
  2. Deviled Eggs – You can’t go wrong with this classic favorite, and it’s a good way to use up your extra dyed eggs.
  3. Egg Salad – Make a batch of this and you have lunch covered for the week. Eat it by itself or on sandwiches.
  4. Fried Rice – Cut up a few thin slices of hard-boiled eggs and add them to fried rice for an easy dinner or lunch.
  5. Cobb Salad – Looking for a healthier option? Use sliced eggs mixed with greens and other toppings to create a yummy salad.
  6. Potato Salad– Another easy way to use several of your hard boiled eggs, and always a crowd pleaser.
  7. Avocado Egg Salad – This simple recipe is mayonase free and wonderful for avocado lovers.
  8. Breakfast Bowl– Dice some leftover eggs and mix with your favorite cheese, meat, and veggies to create a protein packed breakfast.
  9. Macaroni Salad This classic twist on a traditional favorite is a sure fire way to use some leftover eggs and please your guest.
  10. English Muffin with Eggs – Create a wonderful breakfast sandwich by slicing eggs and adding them to an english muffin, along with whatever else you prefer.
  11. Veggies and Eggs – Grate eggs over your cooked vegetable recipes to add an extra boost of flavor and protein.
  12. Hashbrowns and Eggs – Chop eggs and mix them into your favorite hashbrown recipe to create a twist on this breakfast go to.
  13. Shrimp Salad – This recipe only requires a few ingredients and will satisfy any seafood lover.
  14. Chicken Salad – Another classic that is a light, simple, and easy to make.
  15. Sandwiches- Slice hard boiled eggs and add them to your sandwiches to create a punch of protein and zest of flavor.
  16. Tuna Salad – Easy and on the go, tuna salad can be enjoyed on crackers, by itself, or as a sandwich.
  17. Bacon and Egg Tortellini – This simple pasta recipe will be great for lunch, dinner, or as a snack.
  18. Egg Yolk Parmesan – Grate the yolk of an egg and use as a topping instead of parmesan cheese. It’ll be a nice surprise to your dishes and change up the flavor.  
  19. Hard Boiled Egg Breakfast Casserole – A casserole is always a great way to feed many people and is easy to make, this recipe will surely help in using up your leftover eggs.
  20. Pimento Cheese Deviled Eggs – A twist on the classic favorite, this recipe has southern charm that can’t be beat.
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