4 Healthy Recipes to Make with Hard Boiled Eggs
Wondering what to make with hard boiled eggs? Good news, I’ve got you covered. Whether you have leftover hard boiled eggs from Easter recipes or you’ve meal prepped a handful of boiled eggs for the week, give these recipes a try. They’re simple, healthy and nutritious!
Hard boiled eggs are one of my favorite items to meal prep. Boil several eggs on a Sunday and you’ll have a wide variety of recipes to enjoy throughout the week. Because healthy egg recipes can be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Oh yes, there’s nothing quite as versatile as a simple hard boiled egg.
The recipes listed below also come in handy after Easter when you’ve got loads of leftover hard boiled eggs. I mean, it’s a guaranteed outcome, right? So let the kids do all the egg dying and you can enjoy their beautiful artwork post egg hunt by whipping up these tasty, easy and healthy recipes. From salads, to snacks and full on meals, here’s four ways to enjoy them.
Hard Boiled Egg Recipe Ideas
On the off chance you’re not starting with leftover hard boiled eggs, here’s my tutorial on how to make the perfect hard boiled eggs. Watch my step-by-step video tutorial and pick your favorite looking egg from the egg cook time chart.
Deviled eggs are the most delicious bite-sized snack that’s perfectly portioned. They have a little spice to keep things interesting and can be whipped up in less than 5 minutes. You really can’t beat that for a healthy snack. Want a variation? Try my bacon deviled eggs or avocado deviled eggs.
The classic egg salad can be turned into so many recipes – a salad, a sandwich or a wrap. My version is loaded with fresh herbs and no matter how you enjoy it, it’s quick, easy, tasty and nourishing. Watch my egg salad video for a collard wrap idea!
It’s the California spin on egg salad. Just reduce the mayonnaise and add creamy avocado. Truth be told, you could omit all the mayonnaise if you desired. I mean, who’s gonna argue with more avocado?
You can add hard boiled eggs to so many different salads, including breakfast salads and potato salad. But the all American salad Cobb Salad is a personal favorite. It’s a showstopper of a salad and a complete meal that’s loaded with protein, healthy fat and carbs.
Which recipe would you make? If you have another recipe you love, let me know in the comments below! I always love to hear what you guys are whipping up.