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What to do with your dyed Easter Eggs after Egg Hunt Ends

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Easter Sunday. It comes and goes super quickly, and it’s the only holiday you’re left with random dyed eggs in your fridge. If you stuck the eggs in the fridge within two hours of hiding and hunting for your eggs, then the good news is you can eat them! Yep. Dyed easter eggs after egg hunt translates to egg-a-palooza for hard-boiled egg lovers.

what to do with your dyed easter eggs after egg hunt ends

What to do with your dyed Easter Eggs after Egg Hunt

If you haven’t stored them properly, throw them out. No need to chance it. But if you got them in the fridge quickly after your egg hunt, then check out how you can enjoy them.

Low Effort Options

  • Peel, salt & pepper them and chow down any time of the day.
  • Peel, salt & pepper, then slice them up to have along with toast and coffee (or tea/juice)

Medium Effort Options (use as an ingredient)

If you’re into salads, you can add a sliced, or chopped hard boiled egg to any salad. My favorite salad, because it combines meat (chicken is my preference), egg, cheese and greens: Cobb Salad. Depending on the dressing, a Cobb Salad will transform your life. One of the best Cobb Salad recipes, which also includes a phenomenal dressing, is a true classic! Since going all-organic, I can make this salad along with the dressing using all my updated organic ingredients, and it tastes even better. Cleaner. Richer.

Give it a go after your Easter celebrations. You can find The Best Classic Cobb Salad recipe on thekitchn.com.

Another favorite, which includes many of the same ingredients as my favorite Cobb Salad, is a BLT Chicken Salad. Find this salad treasure at tasteofhome.com.

Higher Effort Options

Deviled Eggs

Gonna be honest, I’m not a huge deviled eggs girl. However, I know many people adore them and they’re the perfect way to use your dyed Easter Eggs! I’ve been told this Million Dollar Deviled Eggs recipe from SugarSpunRun.com is truly the bomb.

Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

Unlike deviled eggs, I am a huge fan of egg salad. Sometimes I eat it with a fork, but oftentimes I enjoy a nice egg salad sandwich! My recipe isn’t anything exceptionally mind-blowing. However, it’s my own creation and it seems fitting to share it with all of you so you can use up those colored eggs after Easter comes and goes.

Staci’s Simple Egg Salad Recipe

  • 6 large hard boiled organic eggs
  • 1-2 tablespoons diced organic red onion
  • 1 organic celery stalk, sliced
  • 4 tablespoons organic avocado mayo
  • 1 teaspoon organic yellow mustard
  • Sea Salt
  • Freshly Ground Pepper
  • Avocado Slices, organic
  • Nitrite Free & Organic Bacon (cooked)
  • Romaine Lettuce Leaves, organic
  • Tomato Slices, organic
  • Organic Sprouted Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread

Just peel and smash the hard boiled eggs. Add your red onion, celery, mayo and mustard. Season with sea salt and freshly ground pepper, whatever amount you like.

Toast up your sandwich bread, lay a romaine lettuce leaf on the bread, pile up your egg salad, add a slice of avocado, along with a slice of tomato and finish off with a couple of strips of bacon.

Some of my favorite brands I use:

Primal Kitchen Avocado Mayo

primal kitchen avocado oil mayo

365 by Whole Foods Market, Organic Mustard

365 by whole foods organic mustard

Organic Sprouted Whole Wheat Bread
365 by whole foods organic bread

Organic Bacon

organic and nitrite free bacon

Get Easter Egg coloring, and don’t be shy. The more you color, the more amazing treats you can make to eat!

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By | 2021-03-13T13:12:45-05:00 March 1, 2021|Food|0 Comments

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