Leftover Easter Egg Recipes
You’ve made dozens of dip and dye eggs for Easter. Now what? Provided you used food coloring (meaning that the color is completely safe and edible) to add the hues and have kept the eggs cold (in the fridge), you can turn these holiday items into a delicious meal. Check out these awesome Easter egg recipes to try with your kiddo’s creations.
Avocado Egg Toast
Take the popular toast creation up a notch with the addition of hard-boiled eggs. Toast multi-grain bread, spread a creamy avocado across it and top the bread with a sliced egg. Sprinkle cheese over the egg for an extra pinch of protein.
Celebrate everything that’s green with a super-salad. Mix kale, arugula, spinach and romaine in a bowl. Add sliced tomatoes, carrots, corn, peppers or anything else you want. Top the salad with chopped hard boiled egg and mix in your favorite dressing.
Chop the hard boiled eggs into small-sized bites. Mix them with tuna, mayo, diced celery and relish. Add in a pinch of dill for added flavor. Spread the salad across crusty bread, place it on a bed of lettuce or eat it as is.
Even though these are breakfast sandwiches, you can eat these little gems any time of the day. Toast a bagel or English muffin. Layer slices of your favorite cheese, bacon and sliced hard-boiled eggs. Warm the sandwich in the microwave for a few seconds, giving the cheese time to melt.