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.

Healthy Easter Brunch Ideas That Will Have Guests Hopping to the Table

Healthy Easter Brunch Ideas That Will Have Guests Hopping to the Table

However you spend Easter Sunday| brunch is usually part of the program. Instead of filling up on empty calories that will make you feel sluggish and heavy| go the healthy route. Healthy doesn’t mean you’ll be missing out! These recipes taste decadent| but are made using nutritious ingredients and techniques.

| Vegetarian Hash

Let’s face it| given the amount of meat found in a standard hash| it’s far from healthy. Lighten things up by making a vegetarian hash instead. This recipe calls for leeks| potatoes| and kale. Basically| a flavor explosion in your mouth.

| Pancakes

Brunch really isn’t complete without a stack of pancakes on the table. Whether your guests follow a vegan| gluten-free| or Paleo diet| there’s sure to be a recipe here that you can feed to the crowd.

| Overnight Breakfast Casserole

If the last thing you want to do on Easter morning is cook| this overnight breakfast casserole is for you. Made with eggs| bacon| and veggies| itu2019s low in carbs and grain-free| plus it can feed up to 10 guests. Layer the ingredients in your slow cooker before going to bed to have breakfast waiting for you the next morning!

| Baked Vanilla Doughnuts

What’s not to love about doughnuts? These vegan chocolate doughnuts are baked| which eliminates all the fat associated with traditional fried varieties.

| Spicy Baked Eggs

Bring a little spice to the table with this recipe for baked eggs. The beautiful presentation makes it a must for any Easter spread; it’s just a bonus that this dish is high in protein and fiber.

| Bloody Mary (Salad) Bar

For friends who prefer a boozy brunch| make things fun by setting up a DIY Bloody Mary bar. And when done right| a low-cal shochu or soju instead of vodka. Instant tomato salad in a cup!

| Ebelskivers

Danish ebelskivers are a good option when you’re tired of your classic American brunch dishes; the dish is also bound to impress guests. A cross between pancakes and popovers that can be filled with sweet or savory ingredients. Keep in mind that you’ll need a special pan ($50) to make the dish.

| Gluten-Free French Toast

Your health-conscious friends are going to love you for this: french toast with ricotta cheese. You better believe it tastes as good as it looks. The kicker? One serving contains 20 grams of protein and only 250 calories.

| Spring Veggie Frittata

A frittata is a great option for brunch because you can make the mixture ahead of time and just pop it in the oven before guests arrive. We also love the dish because you can throw just about anything into it; head to your nearest farmers market| grab what’s in season| and run home to make our egg white version.

| Baked Eggs in Ham Cups

Serve these baked eggs cups alongside a Spring salad and whole-grain toast for a complete meal thatu2019s easy to throw together. The Paleo-friendly recipe takes all of 20 minutes to prepare| which leaves you more time to enjoy a mimosa.

| Mexican Breakfast Casserole

Gluten-free and full of protein| this Mexican breakfast casserole is another good recipe to make when time is an issue. Since this casserole can easily bake in your slow cooker overnight| you can avoid any prep work the next day. Cross your fingers that there are leftovers since this dish tastes even better the next day.

| Vegan Scramble

No one will even miss the eggs in this tofu| sweet potato| and kale scramble. Turmeric| a natural anti-inflammatory| gives the dish its yellow hue| while tofu adds a powerful protein punch to start your day off in an energizing way.

A Look at What 100 Calories of Easter Candy Looks Like (Hint: Not Much)

A Look at What 100 Calories of Easter Candy Looks Like (Hint: Not Much)

Whether the Easter Bunny brings you marshmallow Peeps| Cadbury Creme Eggs| or jelly beans| like Halloween| this holiday surrounds us with delicious| crave-worthy candy. It’s only once a year| so don’t hesitate to indulge| but before you do| check out how many nibbles of your favorite Easter goodies add up to 100 calories.

| Brach’s Jelly Beans

1 bean = 6 calories
17 beans = 102 calories

| Peeps

1 Peep = 28 calories
3.5 Peeps = 98 calories

| Cadbury Mini Eggs

1 piece = 16 calories
6 pieces = 96 calories

| Cadbury Creme Egg

1 egg = 150 calories
2/3 egg = 100 calories

| Cadbury Mini Creme Eggs

1 mini egg = 40 calories
2.5 mini eggs = 100 calories

| Cadbury Caramel Egg

1 egg = 170 calories
2/3 egg = 113 calories

| Cadbury Mini Caramel Eggs

1 mini egg = 45 calories
2 mini eggs = 90 calories

| Peter Rabbit Chocolate Bunny

1 bunny = 440 calories
1/4 bunny = 110 calories

| M&M’s

1/8 cup = 105 calories

| Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg

1 egg = 170 calories
2/3 egg = 113 calories

| Reese’s Peanut Butter Mini Eggs

1 piece = 40 calories
2.5 pieces = 100 calories

| Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Eggs

1 piece = 29 calories
3.5 pieces = 102 calories