Basic Hard-Boiled Eggs »
For easier peeling, use eggs that are 7 to 10 days old. Pack hard-boiled eggs for lunch. Slice or cut into wedges for tossed salad. Dice for egg salad. Color and decorate for Easter.
Breakfast Burrito Panini »
Wrap your favorite ingredients into a burrito and go! A hard-boiled egg is an easy way to add protein to your on-the-go breakfast. No panini press? No problem, just grill sandwiches in a skillet over medium heat.
Breakfast Egg Spread »
A creamy hard-boiled egg spread. Pair with toasted baguette slices for a crowd-pleasing snack or appetizer.
Classic Egg Salad »
This creamy egg salad can be layered with crunchy lettuce on whole wheat toast for a simple sandwich, or stuffed into cherry tomatoes for an impressive appetizer.
Easy Classic Deviled Eggs »
Add a spicy twist to traditional deviled eggs. Make ahead for picnics, appetizers, cookouts, tailgates and more.
Hard-Boiled Egg Dippers »
Get the kids in the kitchen with this simple fun twist on hard-boiled eggs. Substitute carrot sticks for the pretzels.
Microwave Egg & Ham Muffin »
Add Italian cheese and Dijon mustard for a microwave hard-boiled egg breakfast (or lunch) sandwich. Add seasonal veggies for extra crunch.
Pickled Deviled Eggs »
Make these gorgeous purple deviled eggs ahead of time for easy holiday entertaining – perfect for Easter brunch!
Mix and match your toppings! The possibilities are endless – shrimp, chives, smoked salmon, crabmeat, capers, diced red bell pepper, Italian parsley, cucumber, fresh dill, etc.
Pickled Eggs »
Pickle hard-boiled eggs in a brilliant beet juice for a colorful appetizer or snack for holidays and entertaining.
Simple Egg Salad Sandwich »
Super versatile, this classic egg salad is delicious served between two slices of toasted rustic wheat bread, stuffed into small tomatoes for an easy appetizer, or served in a lettuce cup for a low carb lunch.