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What To Do With Leftover Easter Eggs

By TONI SIMS, CBS Houston
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Wondering what to do with all your leftover Easter eggs?  Well, don’t throw them away just yet; make the most of your leftover dyed eggs and try these five easy and delicious recipes.

1.) Deviled Eggs

The traditional egg yolk filled eggs never gets old. Deviled Eggs are the perfect party appetizers. Get the recipe for Deviled Eggs

2.) Traditional Egg Salad

This classic egg salad recipe is perfect for a sandwich or on crackers. Get the recipe for Traditional Egg Salad

3.) Deviled Bacon and Eggs

Bacon and eggs is a classic breakfast combination; here, we’ve turned it into a tasty hors d’oeuvre. The crunch of the crisp bacon contrasts nicely with the smooth yolk filling. Get the recipe for Deviled Bacon and Eggs

4.) Egg Salad with Smoked Salmon

Serve this elegant take on egg salad in a sandwich or over lettuce for lunch, or you can opt for toast and tomato slices for breakfast. Get the recipe for Egg Salad with Smoked Salmon, Red Onions and Dill

5.) Chunky Egg Salad

Chunky Egg Salad is something the entire family can enjoy. The recipe is easy to make and is a great on a sandwich, as an appetizer, or side dish. Get the recipe for Chunky Egg Salad

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