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Published on April 14, 2013, by in Au Pair.

After Easter, you may find that you have an extra-large supply of hard boiled eggs that need to be used up.  Of course, there are the old standby’s that will never go out of style, like potato salad and deviled eggs, but there are so many more interesting recipes that use hard boiled eggs.  So many in fact, that these recipes will have you boiling even more eggs just to make the recipes.  Eggs are high in protein, low in fat and not as bad for your cholesterol as once thought.  Take a look at these 18 blogs and see if you can find a few ways to use up those hard boiled eggs.

Traditional Recipes

It seems like everyone has their own recipe for potato salad, but why not branch out and try these other recipes?  You just may find a new favorite!  Deviled eggs are the same way; you can go with simple and quick or change it up by twisting around the old recipe.  Check out these six blog entries for some traditional recipes using hard boiled eggs.

Make it a Meal

By incorporating hard-boiled eggs into these dishes you can take them to the next level.  Make a salad a meal when you add the protein of eggs to the dish.  Change lunch up by filling a pita with an egg salad recipe.  Surprise the kids with a new quesadilla after school.  For more main dish egg recipes read through these six blog articles.

Decidedly Different

If you are the adventurous type, you might want to try some of these recipes.  Hard-boiled eggs taste fairly good plain, but when you add them into these six recipes you get something really bold and different.  How about hard-boiled eggs in cookies?  If this sounds weird, you will just have to give it a try to see what you think of it. If that doesn’t sound good, try one of the other six blog entries.

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