Top Leftover Easter Egg Recipes
Think about it, you can make amazing appetizers with Easter Eggs. This is just one road you could travel down. The recipe is very easy, and it’s really delicious. You get to ditch the egg yolk for tuna. You can’t go wrong.
When you add bacon to anything, it’s instantly a million times better. This is the perfect breakfast recipe to enjoy in the middle of the week after Easter. The classic bacon and egg combo will just melt in your mouth.
You are taking your Easter eggs and turning them into an amazing meal with this route, and a healthy meal too.
Roasted asparagus is delicious drizzled with a sauce inspired by Caesar salad dressing. Low-fat mayonnaise makes the sauce creamy without a lot of extra calories or fat.”
The best part, the egg isn’t the main focus.
Once again eggs and bacon meet. This time we have something better than just a regular appetizer. This recipe was featured as part The Most Delicious Sandwiches on Chow.com. It looks amazing too. Who doesn’t love fancy egg salad on toast?
I don’t know about you, but I love potato salad. I’ve never had it warm so this recipe looked different right off of the bat. You get to enjoy the tanginess of mustard and vinegar “softened by sugar and beer”. Chow.com also adds that this salad is even better the second day. So you would be turning your leftovers into even more leftovers.