Easter has come and gone for another year, and aside from the last of those chocolate eggs to be found on your Texas Hill Country property, the kids are done with their baskets, and you’re left with some colored eggs that perhaps they’re not so into anymore. What can you do with some leftover hard boiled eggs? Plenty! Here are some simple suggestions that can quickly use up the remains of the day.
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Guacamole Stuffed Eggs
We are in Texas after all – the Texas Hill Country no less! We know a thing or two about guacamole. So why not try this handy-dandy take on deviled eggs with a Texas twist? The recipe link is provided here, or you can make your own family guacamole recipe and load them up!
Deviled Egg Pasta Salad
Again, in that same avocado vein, but with a different take on the recipe, this tasty salad has the hard boiled eggs as a component as opposed to the main feature. But the mixture of the pasta with the other ingredients can be a wonderful springtime dinner in itself or a delicious complement to your after-Easter feast when the work day is done. You can find the recipe here.