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Old 05-31-2012, 12:27 PM   #11
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I have a french toast casserole recipe around here, but I imagine you could just Google it. I was leary of french toast casserole but it's really yummy.

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Old 05-31-2012, 02:51 PM   #12
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Re: Using up LOTS of eggs?

I know you asked for freezer friendly recipes, but I wanted to mention that deviled eggs make great snacks for the kids (even just hard boiled eggs) and egg salad sammies are usually a kid pleasing favorite...at least at my house. With 5 kids, I usually go though 5 dozen a week!
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Old 05-31-2012, 03:12 PM   #13
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Re: Using up LOTS of eggs?

I made carrot souffle yesterday. It is really good and is a yummy custard style dessert. I got the recipe from Weelicious.

Carrot Soufflé (Makes 6- 4 oz ramekins or 1 8×8 dish)

1 lb or 1 Bag Baby Carrots
1/2 Cup Unsalted Butter, melted
3 Eggs
1/4 Cup White Sugar
3 Tbsp All Purpose Flour
1 Tsp Baking Powder
1 Tsp Vanilla
¼ Tsp Salt

1. Place carrots in a steamer pot and steam for 5 minutes or until fork tender then remove and cool.
2. Preheat oven to 300 F.
3. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend till smooth.
4. Pour batter into greased ramekins about 2/3 up or an 8×8 glass baking dish.
5. Place ramekins or baking dish into a water bath with the water half way up the ramekin or dish.
6. Bake for 1 hour. (You can test the center with a toothpick to see if it comes out clean)
7. Cool, flip over the ramekins to remove the soufflé or cut into bars from the baking dish.
8. Serve.
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Old 05-31-2012, 04:45 PM   #14
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Re: Using up LOTS of eggs?

Thanks for all the suggestions! I will definitely be making some of these!

And I LOVE egg salad sandwiches too! I haven't started dinner yet, so I'm thinking sandwiches for dinner. Easy, preggo friendly dinner lol

I am so thankful we are having this warm weather. My in laws chickens lay like crazy when it's warm, and they barely ever eat eggs. Every time we go see them (a few times a month) they give me dozens of eggs. So I will definitely have enough to try all these recipes! I LOVE getting all natural eggs and not have to pay $4 a dozen for them! Now to convince FIL to get a cow.....lol
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Re: Using up LOTS of eggs?

I did dozens of burritos before my son was born. They all froze well. We did:
scrambled egg with andouille sausage and cheese
scrambled egg with bacon and beans
scrambled egg with chopped ham and cheese
scrambled egg and veggies- peppers onions and tomato

They were really good for breastfeeding.
some I added dill to and those were good but you need to like dill

I individually wrapped in plastic then foil to keep eggs nice and not get that odd frozen taste to them. DH ate most of them
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I did dozens of burritos before my son was born. They all froze well. We did:
scrambled egg with andouille sausage and cheese
scrambled egg with bacon and beans
scrambled egg with chopped ham and cheese
scrambled egg and veggies- peppers onions and tomato

They were really good for breastfeeding.
some I added dill to and those were good but you need to like dill

I individually wrapped in plastic then foil to keep eggs nice and not get that odd frozen taste to them. DH ate most of them
That's a great idea. I LOVE breakfast burritos! How did you reheat them? Microwave?
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Re: Using up LOTS of eggs?

fwiw, i've done the eggs in the muffin tin for breakfast sandwiches and i recommend picking up a cheap plain aluminium muffin tin from the thrift store or something for them. the first time we did it in our non-stick pans, our eggs came out with bits of teflon stuck to the sides and we had to throw them all out. it was a sad sad day...lol...
unfortunately i have no suggestions other than what's already been posted; sorry! i love the tip about freezing them and using them a tbsp at a time or whatever though!
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That's a great idea. I LOVE breakfast burritos! How did you reheat them? Microwave?
Microwave. Take off plastic wrap and foil. Put on plate and do 40 seconds then flip the 40 more. You may have to adjust time depending on your microwave.

I seriously ate a ton of these and my husband ate more. Easy to eat one handed and fast for middle of the night
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Re: Using up LOTS of eggs?

Not healthy but a nice treat. I love to make traditional pound cake.

1 lb of butter creamed with
1 lb of sugar add
10 eggs 1 at a time beating after adding each then add
2 tsp vanilla extract/lemon extract/almond extract(choose one)
1 tsp of salt mix in
1 lb of flour
if using lemon extract poppy seeds are a nice addition along with lemon zest.

my daughter also likes to add chocolate chips with the vanilla extract

if using almond extract I like to add slivered almonds

Put into a large greased loaf pan or bundt pan bake at 350 degrees fro an hour and a half check to see if it is done. If it isn't continue baking 15-30 minutes longer.

I like to make several bundt pans of pound cake and freeze them by the half.
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