If you have an overabundance of leftover Easter eggs this year, and let’s be honest, of course you have an overabundance of leftover Easter eggs, you can use them in plenty of ways so they won’t go to waste. And not just as a snack in your lunch box…or egg salad…
Here are 11 tasty and creative ways to use up your leftover hard boiled eggs!
Once of my personal favorites, this is an easy way to use hardboiled eggs, as it barely requires any cooking. Just get the salad ingredients you want — lettuce, tomato, avocado, and some bacon. Slice your hard-boiled eggs and add them to the salad mixture. It’s perfect for lunch. Make it extra hearty with a little rotisserie chicken on top, too.
Guacamole Stuffed Eggs
This recipe for guacamole stuffed eggs is a fun twist on deviled eggs. Avocado and a little cilantro really make these eggs taste like there is guacamole in them! And I don’t know about you but I’m team guacamole on everything!
BLT Egg Salad Sliders
Make your egg salad sandwiches a little bit cuter by turning them into sliders! Add some bacon, lettuce and tomato you have perfect, tiny BLT egg salad sliders! If you don’t like egg salad *guilty* just go ahead and slice your hard boiled eggs and layer them on the slider for the same effect minus the mayo!
Add some ham, cheese and hardboiled eggs to a tortilla for a delicious breakfast. These breakfast quesadillas are excellent for Easter leftovers and they are quick to make, too.
Impress your friends with this fancy french side-dish. Hard-boiled eggs add a bit of protein to this classic Asparagus salad.
Hardboiled Eggs Benedict
Don’t worry about poaching eggs with this recipe! Hardboiled eggs benedict is a unique twist on a classic recipe! Just a tip: This recipe is meant for eggs that haven’t been refrigerated yet. If you are using leftover Easter eggs and you already stuck them in the fridge, pull them out about an hour before serving!
Hummus Deviled Eggs
If you are looking for a recipe that’s a little healthier or a part of the mayo-hater’s club like I am, try these hummus-stuffed deviled eggs. Instead of mayo, the deviled egg filling is made with hummus. It’s just as delicious with fewer calories.
Spinach Gratin with Hardboiled Eggs
Another impressive side dish, this spinach gratin and hardboiled eggs is delicious and can even be made a day ahead.
Spanish Chickpea and Chorizo Soup
One way to use up leftover Easter eggs is to use them as garnishes. Try this idea out on an amazing Spanish Chickpea and Chorizo Soup recipe. Make the soup and grate your hardboiled eggs over each serving. This makes for an easy weeknight dinner.
If cobb salad doesn’t sound appealing to you, here is another hearty salad idea. Lentils can be served over crisp lettuce with chopped hardboiled eggs for a filling meal.
Hardboiled Egg Chocolate Chip Cookies
If you are looking for a mind-blowing recipe with a secret ingredient, this one is perfect for you! Who knew that a delicious chocolate chip cookies could have hardboiled eggs in them? Now you just need to decide whether you want to divulge your secret ingredient when your friends ask, “What’s in these cookies?”
Don’t throw your Easter eggs away! Plan some meals around those healthy hard boiled eggs this week instead of letting them go to waste. If you fill up on these recipes, who knows, you may even resist some of that leftover easter candy. Or maybe not. But either way, enjoy these recipes today!