It’s the morning of Easter and you’ve taken special care to hide your eggs in clever places. Some of them are filled with candy and toys, while others are hard-boiled and dyed. The kids hunt for them with excitement, opening the plastic eggs for treats and such. By the end of the hunt, you have a dozen or more edible eggs that the kids have no interest in. Now what? Have no worries because we’ve got you covered! Here are five egg-cellent ways to use those eggs for a delicious treat that the kids won’t be able to deny!
Bacon and Cheddar Deviled Eggs
This tasty twist on a classic will have the family coming back for seconds and thirds. The rich and creamy recipe provided by incredibleegg.org includes savory bacon, cheese and onion. It will only take 30 minutes to prepare, and it will produce 24 delicious servings. Check out the full recipe here.
Classic Egg Salad
You can’t go wrong with this classic recipe. The kids can have some now and if there are leftovers (we can’t promise you that), it will make the perfect sandwich for their school lunch on Monday! Check out this easy egg salad recipe from browneyedbaker.com.
Stuffed Chipotle Meatballs
Hard-boiled eggs don’t have to be chopped and mixed with mayo to taste delicious. This unexpected recipe is great for all you meat-lovers. The eggs in the center of the meatballs also help keep calories low without altering their meaty flavor. Get the full instructions from myrecipes.com.
English-Muffin Egg Pizzas
Here’s another delicious recipe from myrecipes.com. This English-muffin egg pizza is a great treat for anytime of the day. And with only five ingredients, it’s a quick dish when you’re low on time.
Hard Boiled Egg Chocolate Chip Cookies
Yes, you read that correctly. We couldn’t finish this list without a dessert recipe! Who knew that chocolate chip cookies with hard boiled eggs chopped up finely into the batter would make the cookie extra moist and tasty?! Tablespoon.com knew it, and you can find their recipe here.
With this list, you don’t have to worry about what you’re going to do with all of those hard-boiled eggs from Easter. Which of these egg-cellent recipes is your favorite? Tell us if you tried one and what you thought about it in the comments section below.