Hard Boiled Eggs are one of my favorite snacks to make! Plus, they are versatile to be made ahead of time and used throughout a few days for lunch and dinner. Discover 8 different ways you can use them beyond just eating with a sprinkle of salt!
How to Use Hard Boiled Eggs:
Obviously one way to use hard-boiled eggs is to make deviled eggs. Half the work is already done for you; you simply have to peel the eggs, slice them and then add the remaining ingredients of mayonnaise, mustard, relish, etc.
Another obvious choice for using hard-boiled eggs is to make egg salad. Rather than making plain egg salad, add capers and olives. This can be used with deviled eggs or as a topper for your favorite greens.
Wrap your hard-boiled eggs in sausage (turkey sausage is an option if you’re trying to cut calories), roll them in seasoned breading and then deep fry them. They can be served at room temperature or warm. These are often served for breakfast or brunch.
Homemade Thousand Island Dressing
This is one other way to use whole boiled eggs. Make a solution of salt, spices, seasonings and vinegar. Bring the solution to a boil, allowing it to simmer for five minutes, and then pour it over the peeled eggs. Allow the eggs to remain in the solution for a day or two before serving. These can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week, if your family doesn’t eat them all before then.
Boiled eggs make a great garnish for hearty soups. Imagine having gazpacho or black bean soup and then adding the chopped eggs. This will provide protein for vegetable soup as well as contrasting texture.