Last Updated on June 24, 2019 by Ellen Christian
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For many years, we have had ducks and chickens often had too many eggs to use in the spring. We began to sell them and give them away to people in the area. Since spring is when most ducks and chickens start laying again after the cold weather, I wanted to share a few things that we did when we had more eggs than ideas. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
24 Recipes to Use Up Too Many Eggs
There are a number of different recipes that use eggs but for some reason, I always seem to run out of new ideas that I haven’t tried recently. Using up four dozen eggs a week can be a challenge when you just use one or two here and there. Here are a few recipes to get you started.
- Asparagus and Bacon Quiche
- Tomato Bacon and Fresh Herb Frittata
- Asparagus and Potato Frittata
- Easy Pickled Eggs with Beets
- Slow Cooker Bread Pudding
- Sourdough French Toast
- Egg Drop Soup
- Italian Easter Pie
- Deviled Eggs
- Mile High Pound Cake
- Creme Brulee
- Homemade Eggnog
- Homemade Mayonnaise
- Basic Baked Custard
- 6 Egg Pound Cake
- Hearty Egg Casserole
- Italian Sponge Cake
- Chocolate Cake
- Angel Food Cake
- German Apple Pancakes
- Chocolate Truffle Cake
- Crockpot Flan
Whether you have your own ducks or chickens or you just found a great deal at the grocery store, these recipes that use up too many eggs are a great place to start. Remember, you can freeze eggs by cracking the eggs into a freezer safe container, gently stirring them, and freezing them for up to six months. It may help to label how many eggs is in each container in case you don’t remember when it comes time to use them.
What’s your favorite way to use up too many eggs?
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