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Old 03-10-2012, 04:39 AM   #11
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You could do freezer mini fritattas. Lots of veggies, cheese, and meat if you eat it. Pour and bake in muffin tins.

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Old 03-10-2012, 03:52 PM   #12
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Spinach quiche

I shred onions, sometimes garlic, and sautee with 10 oz or so of frozen spinach in olive oil. Then I usually take about 7 eggs and put them in a pie dish, scramble them with a fork, then mix this together. Sometimes I'll add cut up sausages and sometimes mushrooms, then a bit of shredded cheese, any type works...

Cook for about 30 min on 350 uncovered then wait to cool and eat with salt & pepper and/or ketchup if desired... yum!
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Re: Your favorite recipe using lots of eggs?

We have 10 hens so I know what you mean! This is the recipe I use when I realize we have 60 eggs in the fridge. Crustless Quiche, it forms it's own crust and my kids love it. We also will boil up a dozen or two to eat as snacks or for breakfast. (I have 5 kids so a dozen doesn't last long)
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Re: Your favorite recipe using lots of eggs?

When we have an excess of eggs, we eat crepes. The crepes alone take 2 or 4 eggs (depending on how many crepes you want) and then you can serve scrambled eggs on the inside of the crepes, too. One crepe dinner can use up a LOT of eggs.

We also make custards, quiches, omelets, frittata... I have heard you can freeze them for baking, but I haven't done it myself. Also, remember that fresh eggs will keep for a lot longer than eggs you would buy in a grocery store and the "older" eggs are best for hard boiling.
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Popovers- yum!
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Hard boiled, deviled, and breakfast casseroles.
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Bacon and egg pie, mmmmmm!

And if the eggs are from somewhere I trust, I will put a yolk in our breakfast 'milkshake/smoothie' every morning.
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We make breakfast casserole. A dozen eggs, loaf of bread cubed, and toppings as desired-yum!
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