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Chocolate Easter Eggs Filled With Two Layers Of Honey Peanut Butter Are A Whole Seasonal Mood

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Though circumstances have completely flipped as a result of social distancing and shelter at home mandates, Easter is still around the corner and festivities are in order. Sure, Easter egg hunts will look a whole lot different now and will vary depending on the celebrants, the one constant is the amount of delicious seasonal candies and treats there will be to go around.

If you’re looking to level up your run of the mill chocolate Easter egg experience, why not do it with one that has wild honey peanut butter occupying all its insides with not one, but two layers — done by none other than the chocolate artists at Compartés.

Long having the reputation as arguably the world’s best chocolate bars, Compartés solidifies that rep with this luxurious chocolate Easter egg offering. These eggs are a part of a lineup of Easter treats that the chocolatier is offering for the season. Other goodies include an edible chocolate Easter basket, chocolate-dipped Easter Peeps, and a 24-karat big-eared Easter bunny. And with Compartés offering free shipping right now, it’s possible to send these treats to loved ones — including yourself, because self-care 2020.

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5 Different Ways To Transform Leftover Hard-Boiled Eggs Into Stunning Dishes

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Do you have too many leftover hard-boiled eggs after the Easter? Throwing them away is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. Instead, use them in the following smart ways, in dishes perfect for any time of the day.

Leftover hard-boiled eggs are a great source of protein not to be wasted. Especially since they’re already cooked. Having them on hand after Easter is good news because you won’t need to spend too much time in the kitchen this week. You can use them for snacks, breakfast, lunch, dinner, or whatever dish you want.

What to do with leftover hard-boiled eggs

Deviled eggs as a snack

Leftover hard-boiled eggs are almost like an invitation for you to make deviled eggs! It’s like they’re saying you’re not allowed to skip this tasty snack when you’re left with so many dyed eggs after Easter. You can make them the classic way, by filling them with a mixture made of yolks, mayonnaise, and mustard. Then, try all kind of toppings, from green olives to crumbled bacon, from chili and jalapeno to chives and roasted bell pepper, or smoked salmon and capers, and many kinds of cheese: Cheddar, feta, or blue cheese. Just combine your deviled eggs with whatever foods you like most!

If you want, you can incorporate the toppings into the filling. Just add your favorite ingredients to the mixture. Choose between cream cheese, Greek yogurt, soy sauce, and very finely chopped capers, dill, spring onion, crab, avocado, pancetta, chili, and so on.

You can also try to make deviled fried eggs like in our recipe:

When you don’t have time to make these, simply halve the leftover hard-boiled eggs and spread some of your favorite mustard or mayonnaise on them. They’re the perfect snack!

Eggs goldenrod for breakfast

One of the most interesting ways of using leftover hard-boiled eggs is making eggs goldenrod. Sounds a bit on the fancy side, but don’t worry, it’s easy enough to make them. Just chop the egg whites and finely grate the yolks (you can press them through a sieve too).

Make a Bechamel sauce, by melting butter in a saucepan over medium-high heat, then adding flour and whisking until it’s nutty and golden, for 1 to 2 minutes. Then, whisk in milk and whisk constantly until the mixture thickens; it should take about 4 to 5 minutes. Remove the sauce from the heat, season with salt and pepper, let it cool a little, and then add the chopped egg whites in it.

Toast some bread slices, then butter them. Add the Bechamel mixture, and top the toasts with the yolks, and if you want, some fresh chives and paprika powder.

Various salads for lunch

Boiled eggs add protein to a healthy salad. So you should take advantage of them especially after Easter (when you’ve probably eaten too much) and add eggs to your fresh salads in the week that comes after Easter.

So which are the greatest combos? It depends on your tastes. For a healthy salad, choose fresh veggies like cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, lettuce, baby spinach, radishes, celery, mushrooms, avocado, onions, spring onions, steamed broccoli, mozzarella, Cheddar, feta, or other cheeses, shrimp, cooked fish, chickpeas, or olives.

Another tasty salad that makes a great combo with eggs is a classic potato salad, but this one has more calories.

Leftover Hard-Boiled Eggs after Easter? What to Do with Them?
Add eggs to your fresh salads in the week that comes after the Easter.

Egg salad for dinner

This is a simple way of reducing effort every evening you don’t want to spend much time in the kitchen. Coarsely chop your leftover hard-boiled eggs, and combine them with mayonnaise, mustard, diced celery, lemon or lime juice, salt, and pepper. You can also use spring onions or chives in the mixture.

You can serve your classic egg salad with greens or in a sandwich, along with some fresh veggies or slices of meat or smoked fish.

Pickled eggs, bruschetta, and open-faced sandwiches 

Pickled eggs are typically hard-boiled eggs that are cured in vinegar or brine. We made them in a mixture of water, peppercorns, bay leaves, sugar, white wine vinegar, and canned beetroot, for a nice red color. As with many foods, this was originally a way to preserve the food so that it could be eaten months later. The eggs can stay in the solution as little as one day and as much as several months, but a long exposure to the pickling solution may result in a rubbery texture.

Bruschetta or open-face sandwiches are also an incredibly delicious solution for your leftover Easter eggs. You can choose the one-minute way: spread grainy mustard on a few crackers, then top them with hard-boiled egg slices and fresh chives.

Or you can choose to make more complex open-faced sandwiches. Try combos of eggs with guacamole, cucumber, tomatoes, lettuce, radishes, roasted bell peppers, pickles, bacon, ham, prosciutto, cheese, or tuna salad. Of course, you can opt for anything else, because the combos are infinite!

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Article by Raluca Cristian from So Delicious. View the original article here.

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World’s Greatest Mom Creates Nintendo Easter Eggs

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Since Easter is less than a week away, it’s time to start strategizing the egg-decorating situation. Most people (guilty) usually settle for the store-bought dye that usually makes eggs a charming puke color instead of bright magenta. If you’ve fallen victim to said unfortunate situation, you might want to take a cue from Instructables member Imnopeas.

This awesome mom recently surprised her son with these Super Mario Bros. eggs, all hand painted with acrylics. So how did they come out so cool?! Imnopeas explains that she used pictures on her iPhone to replicate the characters and a pencil to do some rough outlines. Then she went to town painting, and the result is pure awesome. Looks like her son has to come up with one heck of a Mother’s Day gift.

As Imnopeas warns, if you take on this Nintendo challenge, don’t eat the eggs since acrylics are involved. They’re way too impressive to chow down anyway.

H/T Laughing Squid + PictThx Instructables