Here are over 20 Leftover Easter Egg Recipes for your convenience. Enjoy any of these leftover hard boiled egg recipes for appetizers, salads, and other lunch dishes.
Whether you are looking for leftover Easter Egg Recipes or hard boiled egg recipes you have arrived at the right place. We have many of your favorite hard-boiled egg recipes and several with an added twist. Or some recipes that will change your opinion of leftover Easter Egg Recipes.
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Leftover Hard Boiled Egg Recipes:
We have searched the internet for many of our friend’s recipes for hard boiled egg recipes for your leftover Easter Eggs. We hope you find several to make and that you and your family will love.
This Shrimp and Avocado Appetizer could also be a lunch main dish served on a green salad. It’s an amazing way to use leftover boiled eggs.
This Traditional Southern Chicken Salad from the “Kitchen is My Playground” contains two secret ingredients that make it amazing. I’m sure you guessed the first since this is a collection of leftover Easter egg recipes but the second was surprising to me.
Amazing Hard Boiled Egg Oatmeal Cookies Recipe – Baking And Boy is such an unusual recipe that we were curious and had to include it. They share two recipes here, one for Oatmeal cookies and one for chocolate chip cookies both with hard-boiled eggs.
Now this Deviled Egg Pasta Salad – from Courtney’s Sweets sounds like an amazing idea. It’s super simple and makes a great side dish and I bet it goes perfectly with leftover ham.
These Pulled Pork Deviled Eggs – by Ginger Casa are calling my name! And don’t you love how these eggs are standing up? It’s just a beautiful presentation.
A couple of these Easter Sandwiches – by Mom Foodie is a great way to use up leftover Easter hard boiled eggs and that Easter Ham. In fact, I want one of these anytime of the year!
Take a trip on the Wild Side with these Smoky and Spicy Chipotle Deviled Eggs – by Foodal. Make these by adding just one ingredient to deviled eggs to bring them to a whole new level.
This is the Best Tuna Melt we have ever eaten. Served open faced on artisan sourdough bread topped melted swiss cheese and caramelized onions.
Now are these Amish Pickled Eggs and Beets – by Mighty Mrs gorgeous? We pickled eggs in the south all the time but adding beets was brilliant!
I have always wanted to try making Scotch Eggs but these Air Fried Scotch Eggs – from Two Sleevers sounds so easy. We already have leftover Easter Eggs and I am loving the no messy oil approach.
We love a great tuna fish sandwich but this Avocado Salmon Sandwich Spread – from The Country Chic Cottage is amazing. And it’s lower in fat.
Make an over the top side dish with this Bacon-Cheddar Potato Salad – from Home Cooking Memories. Who thought that about adding cheese and bacon to potato salad? Awesomeness!
You don’t have to wait for a game day before making these Deviled Eggs that look like Footballs. Any of your sports fans will love them at any time of the year.
Oh my, these Hard Boiled Eggs Benedict – by Home Cooking Memories look like it needs to be on our breakfast table today! So easy when you can make everything ahead of time.
I always forget that one of the best Leftover Easter Egg Recipes is a delicious Spinach Salad with Bacon – (like this one from Pinch and Swirl). It’s fresh and healthy and served with a homemade dressing.
We always love a simple Tuna Salad with Eggs – like this one that Merry About Town has shared. It can be served on crackers or as a sandwich.
An easy creamy Egg Curry – from Recipes From A Pantry that is Paleo and Whole 30 Compliant. Can leftover Easter Eggs become the main dish? Absolutely!
An Asparagus Bacon and Egg Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette – from To Simply Inspire is a beautiful spring salad. And this could also be served all summer at any of your cookouts.
Deviled Egg Dip with Chives and Paprika – from Sweet and Savory Meals. It is one of the easiest leftover Easter Egg Recipes but so very clever. Delicious served with chips, crackers or crunchy vegetables.
Now, this is something you must try! A Bologna Salad – by These Old Cookbooks! Yes, you read that correctly, it’s a fun old fashioned recipe that will take you back to your roots with the flavors.
Hope you enjoyed these Leftover Easter Egg Recipes and would love for you to try these other Spring recipes:
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