6 Ways to Use Leftover Hard-Boiled Eggs
Chances are you have dozens of multicolored hard-boiled eggs sitting around your kitchen. Now that Easter has passed, make the most of your pretty leftovers in recipes to (finally) welcome the warm spring weather. You'll simplify your meal prep for the week and reduce your food waste footprint. A win-win! Here are some recipes to get you started.
Now that the warmer weather seems like it’s really here to stay, heat up the grill for a new kind of cobb salad. You’ll grill all your veggie toppings in addition to the salmon before piling everything high on a bed of romaine.
Trisha Yearwood turns hard boiled eggs into lunch with classic deviled egg seasonings and all the BLT fixings.
This light weeknight potato salad is ready in just 30 minutes and requires minimal prep work. You’ll simply toss halved potatoes, peas and quartered hard-boiled eggs in a bowl with a light dressing. Serve it alongside burgers or grilled chicken for a family-friendly meal.
For a five-minute breakfast (yes, really!), follow Marcela Valladolid’s lead and top your avocado toast with a sliced hard-boiled egg.
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Take your leftovers for lunch this week. Add one hard-boiled egg to your favorite macro bowl for some additional protein.
This simple side dish calls for a dozen hard-boiled eggs. With them already made, you’ll be able to save time and get this side on the table even sooner.