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Excellent Eggs

 
Now that Easter is over, who is left with a fridge full of rainbow hued hard boiled eggs? Eating them plain can get, well, plain! It’s time to get creative and flex that culinary muscle because, lets face it… salt and pepper is no longer cutting it.

Don’t worry, the Easter hunt didn’t end with the eggs. I’ve searched the web and found some amazing recipes to put those yummy eggs to use!

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What’s your favorite post Easter Egg recipe?

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com

Wednesday 3rd of April 2013

We love Egg & Cobb Salad! Or yummy avocado toast with egg sliced on top! Simple yet sumptuous :)

Tieghan

Tuesday 2nd of April 2013

All these recipes look delicious! I dont have any eggs leftover, but I am totally going to make some so I can make these recipes!

Barbara | Creative Culinary

Tuesday 2nd of April 2013

We've long had a tradition of doing Creamed Eggs on Toast Points for Easter. My kids and I both love them. So simple too; chopped, hard boiled eggs are folded into a creamy white sauce with a bit of dry mustard and then it's pour into toast points and garnished with chives. I actually missed them this year when I didn't have time to make the eggs; that's how good they are!

Barbara | Creative Culinary

Tuesday 2nd of April 2013

I've long made Creamed Eggs on Toast for Easter. Chopped hard boiled eggs are folded into a white sauce with a bit of dry mustard and served over buttered toast points and garnished with chives. We LOVE them and they made eggs disappear.

Mr. & Mrs. P

Tuesday 2nd of April 2013

Great ideas for all the Easter left overs!!!

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