If you’re a kid at heart like me, you dyed a copious amount of hard boiled eggs this Easter. But now that Easter is over, you’re probably wondering how exactly you’re going to use all of those eggs.
Fear not. FaveHealthyRecipes.com has provided 10 creative ways for you to get rid of your eggs. We have a variety of different recipes that you can whip up for breakfast, lunch or a tasty afternoon snack. They’re easy to prepare, and packed with flavor. We think it’s safe to say that you’ll never look at a hard boiled egg the same way again.
10 Fun Recipes to Get Rid of Your Hard Boiled Eggs
Grilled Cheese Easter Eggs (pictured above, left): We bet you’ve never seen hard boiled eggs like this before! This kid-friendly recipe from Family Chic is flavorful and makes a healthy and tasty after-school snack.
Breakfast Caprese Avocado Toast (pictured above, right): Wake up feeling refreshed with Breakfast Caprese Avocado Toast. There’s no better way to start your morning than with the fresh flavors of tomato, basil, and mozzarella cheese.
3-Minute Avocado Toast: If you like the toast above, then you will love this meal from Heather’s Dish. It’s so easy to make that even if you’re in a hurry, you can still enjoy a refreshing, healthy and filling breakfast.
World’s Best Chef’s Salad: Salads are a quick and easy way to use up your hard boiled eggs. This salad recipe is unique because it contains extra ingredients that aren’t typically found in most Chef’s salads, like avocados and Swiss cheese.
BBQ Cobb Salad (Pictured above, left): This is an excellent, flavorful alternative to your typical garden salad. The addition of barbecue sauce gives this salad a sweet and tangy taste, and the hard boiled eggs add protein.
Classic Egg Salad Sandwich (Pictured above, right): This classic meal is super simple to prepare, and the addition of onions give it extra crunch. Serve it on whole wheat bread, and this is a perfect lunch option.
Sour Cream & Onion Deviled Eggs: Whether you enjoy them as an afternoon snack, or a side dish for a picnic, deviled eggs are an absolute must for spring. And this recipe is extra tangy, due to the addition of Greek yogurt and finely chopped green onions.
Cobb Salad in a Jar (Pictured above, left): Mason jar recipes are fun ideas for gifts. Cobb Salad in a Jar is a deliciously layered salad, perfect for on-the-go eating or a fantastic party favor.
Lightened-Up Loaded Potato Salad: Potato salad is a staple for picnics, but often loaded with unwanted calories. However, this recipe uses healthy ingredient swaps, which lightens up this classic dish without taking away the comforting flavor.
Easter Egg Chicken Potato Salad (Pictured above, right): This delicious dish combines some of your favorite picnic foods: egg salad, potato salad and chicken salad. To add a light and unique twist, serve it in an artichoke cup!
What are your favorite hard boiled egg recipes?