Roundup: Leftover Easter Egg Recipes

Roundup: Leftover Easter Egg Recipes

After all the eggs have been found on Easter, they're often forgotten. Soon thereafter, however, you realize you should probably DO something with them. You know...eat them. Deviled eggs are our first go-to recipe, but here's a slew of wonderful and weird recipes that will make those leftover Easter eggs disappear in no time. 

Real Simple has a lovely collection of ten recipes, including the English-Muffin Egg Pizzas pictured above

Delish has a nice little collection too. In it you can find the staples such as  deviled eggs and potato salad, but they also include things such as Sriracha-and-Wasabi Deviled Eggs (pictured above) and Apricot-and-Basil Shortbread Tarts. 

This next one I found on All Recipes, which gets very good reviews from their readers. It's called Creamed Hard Boiled Eggs. It looks kinda beige, but keep in mind it's loaded with Parmesan cheese. Mmmmm parm. 

Here's another one I spotted on All Recipes. Sounds weird, but I couldn't NOT include it. It's Balsamic Pickled Eggs. It consists of basic pickling ingredients like onion, vinegar (balsamic, in this case), water, sugar and garlic. Wonder if Lucas Jackson could have handled 50 of them in one hour

Oatmeal Cookie

If you think that last one sounded odd, Eating Out Loud has a collection of 10 unique uses for hard boiled eggs that includes even weirder things.  One being the Amazing Hard Boiled Egg Oatmeal Cookie Recipe. That just doesn't sound right, does it??


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Lee on Apr 09, 2012:

There's also Thai son-in-law eggs.  A boiled egg with a crispy layer that you dip into a brown sauce.  So good.

Sarah @ The Ugly Duckling House on Apr 06, 2012:

Hard boiled egg cookies (oatmeal or otherwise) are my favorite.  The egg keeps them so moist, albeit dense and rich.  It's a family tradition in our house for hard boiled sugar cookies!

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