Each year, after dying Easter eggs we have a bunch of hard boiled eggs which ultimately end up in the garbage. What a waste. Well, not this year. Following the fun of coloring eggs, I plan to transform these little beauties into edible, tasty creations. To discover a new life as a lunch or snack.
There are many health benefits to eggs. They are high in protein and are packed with an amazing array of vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin A, B12, B6 Zinc and Calcium, just to name a few. According to FASEBJ journal study post on FASEBJ.org 90% of people in the U.S. are getting less than the recommended amount of choline. However, you can get this need nutrient from eggs.
Likewise, eggs do not increase cholesterol levels as previously believed and may actually help you lose weight says the website health24.com. So if you are hard-boiling a batch for egg dying keep in mind the health benefits of making use of these little known nutrient power houses.
I have put together a list of recipes to help use up hard-boiled Easter eggs.
The Best Egg Salad Sandwich from SpaceshipsandLaserBeams.com
Da Bomb Deviled Eggs from Ohsweetbasil.com
Hard Boiled Eggs with Avocado Toast from breakfastfordinner.net
Perfect Cobb Salad from selfproclaimedfoodie.com
Deviled Egg Pasta Salad from BettyCrocker.com
Baked Scotched Eggs from Leftsideofthetable.com