Recipes for Your Leftover Easter Eggs

Dying and decorating hard-boiled eggs is one of the most fun Easter traditions out there. Year after year, Easter weekend is spent adding color in the most creative ways to the eggs. But after spending so much time beautifying the egg shells, many people ask the question, “Now what?”

Well, you can make carton after carton of traditional deviled eggs, or you can add a spring of flavor to the hard-boiled hors d’oeuvres with some eggstraordinary dishes!

Here are five recipes that add a whole lot of flavor to hard-boiled eggs.

Bacon Sriracha Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are one of the more popular boiled-egg dishes, but instead of sticking with the same ‘ol recipe, add a bit of bacon and Sriracha to the mix and try these Bacon Sriracha Deviled Eggs!

Sure, the paprika has always been there to add a touch of spice, but with a few drops of Sriracha, you’ll have an added BAM! to every egg.

Avocado Egg Salad

Sticking with common recipes that have just a bit of a twist, we present to you the recipe for Avocado Egg Salad. Nothing is ever going to replace your grandma’s egg salad that she brings to the family reunion every year, but this one will be a very close second!

Scotch Eggs

Beef and eggs have long been the staple of a hearty breakfast, and with this recipe for Scotch Eggs, you can have both in the same bite! These hard-boiled eggs are wrapped in ground beef and cooked to perfection for a protein-packed breakfast food.

Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Eggs

For years, people have asked, “Which came first: the chicken or the egg?” Well, with this recipe for Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Eggs, you’ll learn that they come at the exact same time. Not only that, but they come in a deliciously spicy combination!

The egg-yolk mixture is swapped out for shredded buffalo chicken and topped with diced chives so each individual bite is filled with cool egg whites and a kick of hot sauce.

Eggs Jeanette

For deviled eggs, it’s the cool, creamy flavors that make up their unique flavor. But in this recipe for Eggs Jeanette, you take the freshly made deviled eggs and toss them into a frying pan — yolk and all — for a blackened texture that adds a different flavor dimension to deviled eggs.

With all the eggs you’ve got left over in your fridge, go ahead and try all five of these recipes. However, if you’re a little overwhelmed with all the eggs you need to peel, take a quick break and hop on over to your nearest Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen for a made-from-scratch meal.

Take your mind of a dozen eggs and give your full attention to a half dozen of our hand-breaded chicken tenders with our 6 pc. Chicken Tender Sampler. You can choose from our Honey Hot, Buffalo or Classic flavors.

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