Do you have something like this in your fridge?
Do you feel guilty if you don’t finish all of them? My kids made 6 eggs each at Nana’s house (12), my daughter made another dozen (up to 24 now) when her best friend came over. My son decided he wanted to make a few more, so I boiled the last 4 eggs and he decorated those. That’s 28 hard boiled eggs. I’ve eaten a few and I made my brother come over on Easter morning and help me eat some. But, there are still leftovers. As much as my daughter just wants to “keep” them in the fridge (like, forever) I can’t stand to waste perfectly good food. Luckily, the internet is rampant right now with “what to do with your left over eggs” articles. Here are the one’s I thought are worth a try:
This is called Pan Bagnat and it’s got eggs, potato and tuna in it. I’m definitely trying this. It’s Wednesday’s lunch.
I’ve never heard of baking with hard boiled eggs, but I came across it a couple of times in my search today. From what I read, it improves the texture of the cookie. Interesting.
I thought these little mini English muffin pizzas were adorable and easy. I would probably substitute the whole tomato slice with a little tomato sauce so that my kids would eat it.
Nothing like adding a little extra protein to already high protein tuna. I’d try this toward the end of the eggs when I’m getting tired of eating eggs because I think the tuna and the pickles would be the main flavors in this one.
Oh, this one reminded me of my mother’s famous potato salad. Hers isn’t as complicated as this picture, but I wouldn’t bet that the one in the pic tastes better than my mom’s. My mom’s is just boiled potatoes, eggs, mayo, mustard, salt, pepper and little vinegar and it is totally delicious.
Here’s my lunch tomorrow. Except I’m leaving out the avocado. I’m kind of over avocados lately. Crazy, right?
And, of course, a shameless plug for my own Deviled Egg recipe.
I also have a sneak peak for you of a two part project I have coming up:
I know what you’re thinking. What is the crazy H&M lady thinking?? Don’t worry, I have a plan. Well, worry a little. But I promise I’m not leaving the H&M catalog photos in there.