What To Do With Those Left Over Dyed Easter Eggs
It happens every year, you dye a couple of dozen eggs so you can play hide and seek with them with the Easter bunny and the kids and you most likely have a ton of fun doing it too. However, there comes a time when you've got to do something with all those dyed eggs or they'll just end up stinking up your refrigerator!
You can always make deviled eggs out of them, use them for an egg salad sandwich, with tuna fish or on your salad. But it does kind of look weird, a purple egg in your food – sometimes it makes you want to think twice before eating them!
Well, I found a site that has a ton of suggestions on how you can use those eggs without having to throw them out.
Here a few of the recipes to help you use your left over Easter eggs.
I remember my mom making this for us after every Easter with the eggs that we dyed and it would be packed in our school lunch for at least 3 days!
Using those dyed eggs is a way to add color to the usual bland looking potato salad!
Although I am not a salad eater, I think it's a good suggestion for the left over eggs!