Here are some fast and frugal recipes to use up your over abundance of Easter eggs.
Egg salad sandwiches, deviled eggs and potato salads are some of my favorite things but when you have a surplus of hard boiled Easter eggs on your hands an intervention may be the best thing. Here are some surprisingly palatable and healthy eats starring eggs.
The great part about eggs is that they are practically perfect little orbs of vitamin-packed protein. Not only do they have vitamins B6 and B12, which are great for energy and moods, but they have vitamin D (the sunshine vitamin), and vitamin A, which is excellent for skin and nails. They are an affordable source of protein that can be added to almost any meal.
I love the versatility of eggs and love to add them to any last minute dish that will fill me up in a hurry. Like this tangy tomato, cucumber and chickpea salad with soft boiled eggs.
Here are some other fast and frugal ways to use up your over abundance of Easter eggs.
Summer Sandwich with Eggs and Anchovies
Make it even healthier by using Sprouted Eziekiel bread instead of a bun!
Tuna Nicoise Salad
One of my favorite salads and so, so simple to throw together!
I could eat this every. single. day. for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Don't feel like preparing dinner or need a quick fix for lunch?
Egg Salad, obviously! But have you had it this good before?
Collard Greens are the new Kale.
Honestly, smoked salmon and eggs are just all kinds of right.
A spring time picnic favorite!
You just can't go wrong with Bacon and Eggs, but why be boring when you can be fabulous?
According to the author this is 'a sauce in spring green that goes with everything from asparagus to salmon to Easter hams and lambs'.
I'm completely smitten.
Do you love eggs? What is your favorite egg recipe?
Join us this Sunday with the Sunday Supper Team for even more Fantastic recipes using Leftover foods from Easter from Ham to eggs and more!