8 Egg-citing Ways to Use Up Those Hard-Boiled Eggs
Don’t let them go to waste!
Between the egg hunts and the arts and crafts, Easter is a day filled with fun, sweets and eggs — a lot of eggs. And, while that Easter egg hunt may have been a blast, you’re now left with cartons of beautifully decorated hard-boiled eggs. And because we all know that food is a terrible thing to waste, throwing them away is not an option. Instead of spending days eating boring egg salad, try these unique recipes instead.
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Put those eggs to good use with a meal that the whole family can enjoy! Trisha Yearwood’s asparagus casserole is a great leftover egg recipe because of its simplicity. Slice your eggs and arrange them with cooked asparagus. Top it off with a rich and savory cheddar sauce and bake to a crisp. It’s the perfect weeknight dinner — and you can make plenty to share.
A hard-boiled egg is the perfect touch to this already tasty avocado toast. Add chia seeds, as well as sea salt and cracked pepper, to give it a kick. It’s fast, healthy and delightfully savory.
Did you know that you can also use hard boiled eggs to make dip? Mince your leftover eggs (or push them through a strainer) in order to create a creamy texture that blends well with goat cheese and sour cream. Serve it with some spring vegetables for a beautiful crudité!
This Ree Drummond salad has it all: lettuce, avocado, ham and of course, eggs. The key to the recipe is the Thousand Island dressing, which gives it a little spice. No more bland egg salads for you!
If you think your hard-boiled eggs need an upgrade, then try Molly Yeh’s Asian Scotch eggs. Wrapped in chicken and baked with a crispy breaded outside layer, these eggs have a one-of-a-kind flavor. You’ll have plenty for the whole family and they’re fun to make as well!
If you’re worried about eggs going to waste, turn all your leftovers into pickled eggs — with a twist! Use beets to make a brine and you'll have a deliciously pink treat. They make a great side dish on the day that you make them but you can also store them for up to five days and give yourself a snack at any time.
A quick and satisfying lunch for those days when you’re pressed for time. This broccolini recipe includes a mustard and shallot sauce that, coupled with hard-boiled egg, creates a great medley of flavors. This just proves that there’s more than one way to add eggs to your salad!
This isn’t just any regular egg salad. Combining diced eggs with scallions, celery and radishes gives you a rich and well-seasoned meal. The salad is served over large Romaine lettuce leaves, making it easy to see your beautifully-crafted eggs turn into a beautifully-crafted salad!