10 New Ways to Use Up Your Hard Boiled Eggs from Easter

I LOVE to dye eggs – it’s such a fun and creative activity. If you saw my recent post on how to dye eggs naturally, you can see I dyed quite a few. Every year, we go through this dance where the entire week after Easter becomes a challenge for all the different ways to eat up the eggs. It’s also the week of crazy sugar-high kids and cats pooping easter grass. Nothing new to see here…

So, what now? My kids are already over the hard boiled eggs I suggested they eat for dinner, for lunch and for breakfast. Time to get creative…

My favorite basic ways to eat up eggs are:

  • Avocado Toast with sliced HBE (Hard Boiled Eggs) & Everything But The Bagel Seasoning
  • BLT or Spinach Salads
  • Egg Salad Sandwiches made with mustard or curry powder
  • just plain with a sprinkle of salt

But, sometimes we need a little bit more to keep away the boredom. So, I compiled a list of some more creative egg recipes. Enjoy.

Soy Sauce Eggs from Belly Full:

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Chickpea and Tomato Salad from Simply Recipes:

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HBE and Avocado Bowl from Eating Bird Food: (because I love complete meals in bowls)

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A vegetarian Chickpea & Fennel Sub Sandwich from Martha Stewart:

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There is nothing extravagant about this “recipe” but it is one of my favorites and you can use already cooked bacon which makes it SUPER easy from Meal Plan Addict:

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An egg casserole for breakfast which uses 8 of those HBE from All Recipes:

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Macaroni Salad from Taste of Home:

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Egg and Asparagus Breakfast Croquettes from Taste of Home:

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A Six Layer Salad that can be made ahead from Taste of Home:

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Scotch Eggs make a great appetizer from Sweet and Savory:

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See? There are other ways to eat up all those hard boiled eggs!

Happy Easter!

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