Re-purposing Easter Eggs
Recipes for Using Easter Eggs after the Hunt
When I was a kid, my sister Pam and I would color eggs for Easter. Then, my family would hide them and I’d run around the house trying to find them.
Whenever I’d get close to uncovering a hidden egg, my big brother would say, “You are getting warmer. No, now colder. Okay warmer again.” Then, finally I’d discover the egg and place it into my Easter basket.
I don’t know what my mom did with all of those hard-boiled eggs after the hunt. After a day or two of egg-salad sandwiches for lunch, I’m sure she tossed them into the trash, not wanting to subject the family to more of the same.
So, if the thought of eating hard-boiled Easter eggs for the next four days has you regretting your kind act of coloring them, you are not alone. Here are some great recipes for re-purposing all of those brightly colored eggs.