Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Edible Eggs

Every Easter kids love to dye eggs in various fashions. A few eggs just doesn't fulfill a child's need to be creative and before you know it if you have two (or more) kids we are talking dozens of eggs. The age old question is what to do with those eggs, because we all know kids favorite part of the experience is not eating them for several days on end just because they are there!

Before we get to the fun ideas, I have one further special note! If you used natural egg dying methods, consuming your eggs should not be a problem, but if you are using chemicals and other harsh materials you might want to very strongly consider not eating your eggs. The shell of a chicken's egg is porous. It is especially porous after it has been washed after being laid. So, if you did the shaving cream method or glow in the dark egg method just throw them out. My grandmother's famous saying: "When it doubt, throw it out". You can't go wrong with that!

Deviled bunny eggs from PAAS

Scotch Eggs from Allrecipes.com

Regular old hard-boiled bunny eggs from Parenting Magazine

Easter Egg Salad Sandwich from Beyond Wonderful

Grilled Cheese Eggs from Fabulously Frugal

Spicy Chipotle Meatballs


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