4 Cool Uses For Leftover Easter Eggs…..
Easter is just around the corner and a large part of the celebration is the dying of the Easter eggs. Once the holiday has passed, what does one do with a basket full of brightly colored boil eggs? We spend so much time on the dying and designing that seems a waste to let them end up as waste. Here are four cool uses so that those beautiful eggs don’t go to waste.
It’s simple, a few eggs, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, scallions, season to taste and that’s it for simple egg salad. Don’t stop there, check out Yummly for more exciting egg salad recipes.
Devil eggs don’t last long at our house. There are more ways to spice up deviled eggs than I can name. Check out Yummly for cool deviled egg recipe ideas.
Not everyone enjoys an egg in their salad, but it’s a favorite in our home. Chop or slice an egg, whichever you prefer and add a bit of protein to tour leafy greens. In need of a salad suggestion, check out Yummly.
Pretty Painted Pest Control or Compost
Once you’ve used up the eggs, you’re going to be left with quite a few eggshells. There are many ways the shells can be used around the house. Be sure to thoroughly rinse out the eggshells before using them. When gardening, use crushed shells to deter pests like slugs and snails. Shells are also a great addition to compost.
If you are planning to cook with the leftover Easter eggs make sure they aren’t left out for too long. Nothing will ruin a happy Easter faster than a bunch of rotten eggs.