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Old 06-06-2008, 05:55 PM   #21
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Re: I have 12 dozen cartons of eggs.....what to make?

Mmmmm.... Hollandaise sauce.... On steamed veggies, Eggs Benedict, whatever. Yum.

Fritatta is another yummy idea. Quiches? Those can be frozen pretty decently usually.

And one of my latest favorite recipes is Overnight Cinnamon Rolls. I made a double batch the other day, froze in smaller portions after shaping and cutting, then let 'em thaw overnight in the fridge and baked in the morning. Oh baby. Yum. If we need to feed the midwives breakfast or something, we're set.

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Old 06-08-2008, 12:10 AM   #22
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My mom always called this a "German" Pancake, but I don't know what's German about it. I could eat half a pan though...

Melt 1 stick (yes, the whole stick) of butter in a 9X13 pan. I just put it in the over while I preheat it. Slosh it around so it coats all the corners and up the sides of the pan.

10 eggs, 1 cup flour, 1 cup milk, a couple shakes of salt. Put all in blender and give it a whiz or two, then pour it in the 9 x13 pan and bake it at 350-400 (it's really forgiving) until it's firmed up and the butter has made little crispy bits on the top (about 20 -30 minutes, depending on temp). It works in a big cast iron skillet too, but we like it better in a 9x13 pan because it's easier to cut up and dish equal portions...everyone gets mad if one person gets more than someone else in my house.
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Quiches? Those can be frozen pretty decently usually.

My Mom made a bunch of different kinds of quiches (spinach/cheese, ham/cheese, bacon/cheese, Western style) and froze them when DD was born and they tasted great months later!
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Eggs n Pennies ~ scrambled eggs with chopped up hot dog in it

Holy cow! I thought my family was the only one who ate this wierd combination. I LOVED this as a kid
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pickled eggs...

1 doz to 18 shelled, hardboiled eggs
2 cans beets
1/4 c vinegar

place the eggs in the bottom of dish, heat the beet juice and vinegar the cover eggs and top with as many beets as will fit...sliced ones work best.
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Re: I have 12 dozen cartons of eggs.....what to make?

We do this one every now and again and we all love it! And it uses up 1 dozen eggs and makes a LOT of food. (We add more salt than it says to.)

Crockpot Breakfast

32 oz frozen hash browns
1 lb cooked ham cubed ( lean )
1 onion diced
1 green pepper diced
1 1/2 c shredded cheese ( Regular Cheese )
12 eggs
1 c skim milk
1 t salt
1 t black pepper

Divide potatoes, ham, veggies and cheese so you can create several layers of each in the crock pot. Start with the hash browns, then ham, onions peppers and last cheese. Repeat until you have several layers. Beat eggs, milk salt & pepper pour over layers in the crockpot cover and turn on low. Cook for 10-12 hours overnight.

12 Servings (6 WW Points a Piece)
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Re: I have 12 dozen cartons of eggs.....what to make?

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Best egg salad recipe (to me)

cut up your eggs
add mayo so your eggs stick together but aren't mushy or runny
add a squirt of mustard, just enough for tang
flavor with salt and lots of pepper

Some people add celery or onions, but I like mine plain plain.

thats how i make it too, but i like paprika in mine too
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