Hard-Boiled Eggs 5 Ways

Got leftover Easter eggs? We’ve got 5 ways to use ‘em up.
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Your kids have talked you into coloring dozens of Easter eggs, but once the egg hunt is over, what should you do with all of those pretty eggs? Think beyond the egg salad sandwich and try one of these 5 recipes.

Food Safety Tip

I’m all for Easter egg hunts, but if you’re going to eat the leftovers just make sure they haven’t sit been sitting out too long. If they’ve been sitting out for more than 2 hours (1 hour if outside in the heat) then trash them.

Devilishly Good

Spice up deviled eggs with lime juice and Sriracha.

A Taste of Spring

Radishes, scallions and sprouts make this egg salad anything but ordinary.

Fresh and Light

Make a textured dressing for fresh veggies.

Spring Mix

A delightful salad with eggs for a boost of protein.

Souper!

Bite-sized chunks of hard boiled eggs mellow out this savory Swiss chard soup.

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Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC, is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer and owner of Dana White Nutrition, Inc., which specializes in culinary and sports nutrition. See Dana's full bio »

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