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I have about a half dozen eggs that I need to use up in a couple of days. Does …

I have about a half dozen eggs that I need to use up in a couple of days. Does anyone have any recipes for a single person



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  1. Egg & potato bake
    750g potatoes
    1 onion
    200g sweetcorn
    4 eggs
    1 tbsp plain flour
    25g butter (or margarine)
    200ml milk
    175ml water
    250g cheddar cheese
    Scrub your potatoes clean, dice them (with skins on) and boil for around 10 minutes
    While your potatoes boil, hard boil your eggs for 10 minutes and then cut them into quarters
    Mix the milk and water together
    Finely chop onion and fry in the butter/margarine until softened
    Stir in flour and stirring continually gradually add milk and bring to boil until thickened, remove from heat and stir in cheese to taste (I use strong cheddar as you need less cheese and just add enough to my preference), reserving enough to sprinkle over the top
    Place potatoes, eggs and sweetcorn in ovenproof dish, pour sauce over and sprinkle with cheese
    Bake for 20 minutes or grill until golden

  2. Frittata you can make single servings that you can reheat for several days or make bread puddings

  3. Of have ingredients make a pound cake. Cutt in half after cools. Wrap in plastic and foil and freeze other half.

  4. I boil them and keep in fridge. Use for cob salad, chef salads. Deviled eggs, obvious egg salad.

  5. Egg salad sandwiches
    Omelletes
    Meringue cookie
    Egg drop soup
    Chefs salad
    French toast
    Pickled eggs
    Tuna and hard boiled egg salad
    Broccoli and egg bake
    Grilled cheese and ham with fried egg
    Fried rice

  6. Use a greased muffin tin and add beaten eggs with your choice of diced veg, meat, cheese… Bake. You can eat on them through the next couple days/week.

  7. Chris Anderson Bradbery

    I just did the same. I hard boiled some so they will last another week, and made French toast, also using up some stale bread.

  8. Vikki Burris Burns

    Banana bread…it will freeze well.
    Egg salad us good for a couple of lunches.
    Or just boil them, they will keep.

  9. Fried rice, Ramen, egg salad, deviled eggs, my granddaughter loves them so keep hard boiled eggs in frig for her to snack on, salads

  10. Cheryl Cabana Clark

    Fried Rice is great & leftovers are too
    Low Carb Breakfast Casserole
    Breakfast Casserole

    6 eggs
    1/4 cup fat free Cheddar
    4 turkey sausages, chopped up
    1/2 red onion
    1/4 cup cherry tomatoes, sliced in half
    1/4 cup mushrooms
    1/2 bell pepper
    pepper
    garlic salt
    oregano
    red pepper flakes

    Crack 6 eggs into a bowl and stir (like you’re making scrambled eggs).

    Add all other ingredients.

    Transfer to casserole dish.

    Bake at 350* for about 35 minutes or until eggs are cooked through.

  11. Kasandra Shabam

    Boil them, deshell them and drow em in your pickle jar when the pickles are done … pickled and preserved eggs for whenever you want them

  12. Breakfast casserole.
    Using 8 x 10 casserole dish and spray with Pam. Break up two or three slices of bread lay in the bottom, next layer is a roll of your favorite breakfast sausage cooked and drained, next is a cup or two of your favorite shredded cheese. Next is six eggs whisked in with a cup of milk and a teaspoon of dry mustard and a dash of Worcestershire sauce mix it and pour that over the other stuff. Cover and let it sit in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning I like to set it out for 15 minutes or so before I bake it.Bake it at 375 for 30-40 minutes. 

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