What to do with all those leftover hard-boiled eggs from Easter! 11 delicious recipes from food-loving dietitians.
Between experimenting with natural food dyes this year and not having any formal Easter plans (for the first time in years), I currently have 18 hard-boiled eggs in my refrigerator.
In a family where I’m the only one that eats them.
If this is the case in your home too, then this is post is going to help you and me out. I’ve rounded up several delicious and nutritious recipes featuring hard-boiled eggs as an ingredient. BONUS: All these recipes are from my fellow dietitian bloggers who know their way around a kitchen.
I’ll tell you the first recipe I’m making – Serena’s Hard Boiled Eggs Gratin (it uses up 8 eggs!) And I’m definitely trying these next two:
If you want to pair your eggs with veggies:
If you love deviled eggs:
Naturally Dyed Deviled Eggs – Emily @Emily Kyle Nutrition
Avocado Hemp Deviled Eggs – Kara @ The Foodie Dietitian
Mediterranean Black Olive Deviled Eggs – Lauren @Bite of Health Nutrition
Lightened Up Deviled Eggs – Amanda @The Nutritionist Reviews
If you want to jazz up your toast/sandwich:
For your inner kid:
So, how many Easter eggs to you have leftover? What’s your favorite way to eat hard-boiled eggs? Let me know in the comments below!