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Five Things To Make With Your Leftover Easter Eggs

Coloring Easter Eggs is one of the best parts of the holiday season, especially when done with littles. However, watching the excitement of finding all the eggs the Easter Bunny hid fades away a bit quickly and you’re left with a dozen - or more - hard boiled eggs. While peeling and eating some for snacks and breakfast are easy ways to get a few of these down before they go bad, there are some recipes that will help get rid of just about all those leftover eggs, and will also make you wish you had more!

Deviled Egg Bar: Deviled Eggs are a fan favorite at Easter, or anytime. Use some of your leftover eggs to make a Deviled Egg Bar for guests arriving for brunch, lunch or dinner. Start by making your favorite Deviled Egg recipe and then get ready for the upgrades! Add toppings to the bar, like caviar, crème fraîche, smoked salmon, capers, crab salad, bacon, cheese and more so everyone can build their own bite.

Egg Salad: On the topic of upgrading, let’s take a standard egg salad and make it better. While a classic egg salad is absolutely fine to make with leftover hard boiled eggs, there are so many alternatives now that can really tickle your tastebuds in a new way. Try a pesto potato salad with hard boiled eggs, or substitute mayo with avocado in this version of egg salad.

Pasta: You may not think about making pasta with hard boiled eggs, it’s actually a great way to add some protein to a carb-heavy meal. And, it’s not uncommon, either. In fact, there are lots of recipes that call for hard boiled eggs in a hearty bowl of noodles. For example, another recipe includes hard boiled eggs and broccoli. Or go with a classic Pasta Al Forno topped with hard boiled eggs and sprinkled with Parmigiano-Romano cheese.

Ramen: While ramen usually calls for a soft boiled egg, we’re pretty sure an occasion like this would be an exception. After cooking up your favorite Ramen recipe, use leftover hard boiled eggs for the topper and instantly be down a few eggs. However, you can easily upgrade your plain hard boiled eggs into a Soy Egg, adding umami to that ramen with a simple upgrade. Just create a marinade with soy sauce, water, sugar and a few other ingredients and let your hard boiled eggs hang out for a few hours. You can even eat them as a snack!

Pickled Eggs: Just like the soy egg, there are so many ways to pickle up those leftover hard boiled eggs that can last longer than a few days. For example, these Chiptole and Adobo pickled eggs can last for up to six weeks if stored correctly. And, these beet pickled eggs, that hit all the sweet and savory notes, can stay good for up to a week.



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