Not sure what to do with those hard boiled eggs in your fridge? Whether they are leftover from Easter or you simply meal prepped a bunch, here are 25 delicious ways to use them up!
So, you’ve got a bunch of leftover hard boiled eggs from Easter or maybe you just boiled up a batch for meal prep. And now you’re wondering what to do with them all. Sure, you could eat them plain with a sprinkle of salt (nothing wrong with that!) but you also might be looking for some other ways to use them.
If you’re looking for some yummy dishes to make with hard boiled eggs, here are 25 recipes you need to try! Everything from breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options to choose from. You’re sure to find something delicious!
25 Recipes With Hard Boiled Eggs
Try one of these recipes the next time you are wondering what to make with hard boiled eggs.
Salmon Asparagus Pasta Salad
This delicious pasta salad is loaded with fresh asparagus, canned or fresh salmon, chopped up hard boiled eggs and all tossed together with a creamy lemon dill dressing.
Healthy Nourish Bowl
Add those hard boiled eggs to a nourish bowl or salad as a protein! Learn how to build a healthy nourish bowl in this post.
Easy Lunch Box Ideas
You can simply add to those hard boiled eggs to a lunch box. Super easy and a great way to add protein.
Classic Deviled Eggs
Can’t talk about ways to use hard boiled eggs without including some classic deviled eggs! Learn how to make the perfect deviled eggs with this easy and delicious recipe.
Photo Credit: Little Sunny Kitchen
Spring Salad with Deviled Egg Dressing
This spring salad is loaded with seasonal ingredients including asparagus, snap peas, prosciutto, boiled eggs and cheese. Topped with a deviled egg dressing
Photo Credit: Foxes Love Lemons
Egg Salad with Pickles
A classic Southern recipe made with hard boiled eggs, creamy mayo, fresh dill and crunchy pickles. Serve it as a sandwich, add a scoop to a salad or snack on it with some crackers and fresh cut veggies.
Photo Credit: Quiche My Grits
South Indian Spicy Egg Curry
Turn those hard boiled eggs into this delicious, quick and easy dinner recipe. Pairs well with rice or roti (flatbread).
Photo Credit: Curry Trail
A classic French salad recipe with canned tuna, tomatoes, green beans, boiled eggs, potatoes, olives and a light lemon vinaigrette.
Photo Credit: The Devil Wears Salad
This cobb salad with chicken is loaded with delicious fresh ingredients and topped with a tangy honey mustard dressing. It’s a complete meal!
Photo Credit: Little Sunny Kitchen
Curried Deviled Eggs
Not your average deviled eggs! These ones are made with yogurt, tomatoes and a spicy curry blend. So if you’re looking for a new and flavorful variation, give these a try!
Photo Credit: Hey Nutrition Lady
Asparagus Mimosa with Caper Vinaigrette
This classic French dish features tender crisp asparagus topped with grated boiled eggs, fresh herbs and a tangy caper vinaigrette.
Photo Credit: Big Delicious Life
Italian Canestrelli Cookies
Did you know that you can bake cookies with your leftover hard boiled eggs? What?! They just so happen to be the surprise ingredient in these delicious Italian cookies.
Photo Credit: xoxoBella
Egg Salad with Dill
This simple egg salad recipe features fresh dill. An easy way to use up leftover hard boiled eggs!
Photo Credit: Happy Foods Tube
Creamy Dill Cucumber, Radish and Egg Salad
This salad recipe features crunchy cucumbers, radishes and hard boiled eggs tossed in a creamy dill dressing.
Photo Credit: Vikalinka
This one-pot egg biryani recipe is made with basmati rice, spices, herbs, and boiled eggs. Includes both Instant pot and stovetop instructions.
Photo Credit: Pavanis Kitchen
Avocado Egg Salad
Not your typical egg salad! If you love guacamole, then you need to give this avocado egg salad a try!
Photo Credit: Wholesome Yum
Salmon Cobb Salad
This Salmon Cobb Salad recipe is a fantastic lunch or light dinner option. Features flaked salmon, crispy bacon, avocado, onion, tomato, boiled egg and fresh greens topped with a creamy homemade dressing.
Photo Credit: The Toasty Kitchen
Tuna Potato Salad with Dill Buttermilk Dressing
Slice or dice your leftover hard boiled eggs and add them to this tuna potato salad. It’s a fantastic addition and works so well with all the other ingredients in this salad.
Macaroni Salad with Egg
This easy macaroni salad with eggs is a delicious side dish recipe. Pairs well with grilled foods and barbecue.
Photo Credit: Three Olives Branch
Classic Potato Salad
This classic potato salad includes hard boiled eggs and a mayo based dressing. The perfect side dish for BBQs and potlucks!
Photo Credit: The Roasted Root
Protein Snack Packs
These protein snack packs are perfect for meal prep. Great for lunch, a post-workout snack or picnics in the park or on the beach.
Photo Credit: The Forked Spoon
Egg Salad Banh Mi Sandwich
This is not your average egg salad sandwich! Piled high on baguette with quick-marinated veggies, fresh cilantro and mint, some jalapenos and Sriracha for heat.
Photo Credit: Kitchen Treaty
Chicken Macaroni Salad
Chop up those hard boiled eggs and add them to this delicious chicken macaroni salad! They make a great addition.
Beet Pickled Eggs
These 2-ingredient pickled eggs are made with just hard boiled eggs and pickled beet juice. Adds a beautiful pop of color to salads and other dishes.
Photo Credit: A Farmgirl’s Dabbles
How To Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs
Here’s my perfect hard boiled eggs recipe. Learn how to cook them perfectly using two different cooking methods: stovetop and Instant Pot (pressure cooker). No ugly greenish-gray rings here! I tend to use the stovetop method when I am only making a few eggs and reach for the Instant Pot when making 6 or more eggs.
FAQ: Hard Boiled Eggs
Hard boiled eggs last for up to 1 week stored in the fridge.
This happens when the egg has been overcooked. It may not look pretty but it’s totally fine to eat. To prevent this from happening, try my method for perfect hard boiled eggs.
Here are 3 tips for easy-to-peel hard boiled eggs. 1) Don’t use super fresh eggs. Farm fresh eggs will be harder to peel than a carton bought from the grocery store. 2) Finish in an ice bath. Immediately placing the eggs in an ice water bath after cooking makes it harder for the whites to stick to the shell. 3) Crack eggs all over. Gently tap all over to crack the shell everywhere and roll on the countertop with the palm of your hand. This will loosen the outer shell for easy removal.
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