What to do with Hard Boiled Eggs? We have two-dozen hard boiled eggs sitting in the fridge from Easter. Now what? We have pulled together 10 ideas to using up all those eggs. Also a few facts and how do you know if those eggs are good.
The hard boiled egg facts:
Excellent Source: Choline Good Source: Protein and Vitamin D Calories: 72 Total Fat: 5g
Protein: 6g Vitamin A: 270IU Vitamin D: 41IU Folate: 23.5mcg Calcium: 28mg Iron: 0.9mg Choline: 125.6mg
What to do with Hard Boiled Eggs? Discard bad eggs.
- If any hard boiled dyed eggs stayed out of the refrigerator for longer than two 2 hours. If you are unsure it is best to toss them.
- Any cracked shells should be discarded.
What to do with Hard Boiled Eggs? How to use them:
- Pack a healthy lunch with a hard boiled egg a stick of cheese and a deli style sandwich.
- Slice up as a side with any meal.
- Chocolate chip cookies– Yes a few hard boiled eggs as ingredients to yummy cookies, I am trying this one tonight.
- Cupcakes – With hard boiled egg whites, Scroll to bottom of cookie recipe, to see how to make this.
- Bacon and Egg stuffed tomatoes – a take on a deviled egg. How about a deviled tomato for an appetizer.
- Cob salad – easy salad, fresh ingredients.
- Egg salad – Everyone loves a good egg salad sandwich, make this ahead of time and have an easy after school snack.
- Deviled Eggs – Use these for a side dish.
- Red Potato Salad – I never get tired of a good side dish of potato salad. Try a fresh take on potato salad with red potatoes
- Homemade Mashed potatoes – If you have never added a few chopped up boiled eggs to your homemade mash – try this tonight. The eggs add a great texture.
What to do with Hard Boiled Eggs, what are your go to recipes?