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20 Things to do with Leftover Easter Eggs

March 28, 2019

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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