After the Egg Hunt: 7 Healthy Hard-Boiled Egg Recipes

After the Egg Hunt: 7 Healthy Hard-Boiled Egg Recipes

After the egg hunt| chances are you’ll have a colorful stash of the Easter treats. But that doesn’t have to mean a week of nothing but boring breakfasts. Check out these seven healthy ways to use up your hard-boiled eggs after Easter!

| Hummus Deviled Egg

Get all the protein with none of the cholesterol with this popular way of making deviled eggs sans yolk but with lots of tasty hummus instead.

| Tuna-Stuffed Tomatoes

High-quality tomatoes are essential for this tuna- and egg-stuffed tomatoes recipe| as is a mayonnaise substitute u2014u00a0try using Greek yogurt instead!

| Healthy Cobb Salad

No need to make a calorie-laden Cobb salad with all your leftover hard-boiled eggs. Try a healthier version with this 370-calorie Cobb salad.

| Curried Egg Sandwich

Curry and egg are a complementary combination. This egg salad recipe is easy and| since it substitutes mayo with soy mayonnaise| far less fattening.

| Salmon Kedgeree

Eggs may not be the star of this simple British-inspired dish| but they are an integral part. This recipe is perfect for leftover brown rice| and while it uses a mix of butter and oil to sautu00e9 the onions| you can try cutting the butter down (or out) as well as using fresh prebaked salmon to cut down on the sodium.

| Egg and Avocado

This simple Paleo-friendly breakfast will keep you full until lunch and is even easier to make if you’ve got leftover Easter eggs to use up.

| Asparagus With Shaved Egg

Wow during your next get-together with this simple asparagus dish that’s elevated to a brunch-appropriate side with the easy addition of shaved hard-boiled egg.