Dying eggs is so much fun, but what do you do with all of them?
Here are a few recipes that will help you use up all of those hard-boiled Easter eggs. From egg salad to deviled eggs, we’ve got you covered. And if you’re feeling creative, there are plenty of other recipes out there for you to try.
You don’t want your hard-boiled eggs to go to waste, so be sure to try out some of these recipes. Not only are they delicious, but they’re also really easy to make. So get cooking and enjoy your Easter feast!
Recipes for Dyed Easter Eggs
Eating eggs as-is for a few days can get a little boring, so I’ve rounded-up recipes to help you (and me) use all your colorfully dyed hard-boiled Easter eggs before they spoil.
How to Properly Cook The Perfect Easter Egg for Dying
If you’re going to dye eggs, you might as well cook them correctly. We do ours in our Instant Pot!
You can boil eggs in 3-7 minutes in your Instant Pot and they will come out perfect every single time! Depending on how long you cook them will make them a soft boiled, a medium-boiled, or a hard-boiled.
I personally prefer a soft boil. I love a little runny yolk, so 3-4 minutes is the perfect time for me.
All you need is your Instant Pot, the metal trivet, 1 cup water, and 6-12 eggs.
From there, you can set your timer anywhere from 3-7 minutes depending on how you like your eggs cooked and you’re ready to go!
The best part of cooking eggs in an Instant Pot is that they’re easier to peel than traditional hard-boiled eggs done on a stovetop and they don’t need to be monitored. The Instant Pot seriously has changed how we make eggs in our home.
To help your dyed Easter eggs last, once you’re done coloring them, it is important to store them unpeeled in an airtight container in the fridge. Hard-boiled eggs will stay fresh for one week. The shells protect them from lingering bacteria, but, once you peel them you’ll need to eat them right away.
How do you like your eggs cooked Soft, Medium, or Hard? What do you like to do with your leftover Easter eggs?