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Too many eggs!

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IAmTheWorwax Thu 20-Jul-17 10:22:26

I've just found 2 boxes of eggs that are at their bbe date hidden at the back of the cupboard. I don't really like older eggs soft boiled etc, so what could I do with them?
Keep in mind I'm not the best cook!

CakeAndChocolate Thu 20-Jul-17 10:23:19


Bobbiepin Thu 20-Jul-17 10:27:29

Egg mayo? Not very imaginative but I would happily eat egg mayo with a spoon on its own!

cathyandclare Thu 20-Jul-17 10:28:25

Chocolate mousse smile

toosexyforyahshirt Thu 20-Jul-17 10:29:02

Eggs last for weeks and weeks past their date (which is entirely arbitrary anyway) so I wouldn't be worried. But if I did want to get rid of some I'd be making custard, pancakes, yorkshire puddings, meringues, or omelettes.

Defuzzing Thu 20-Jul-17 10:29:51

A big fry up
Egg Mayonnaise
Chocolate Mousse
Sponge Cake
Eton Mess
Custard with Jelly/Trifle

SpuriouserAndSpuriouser Thu 20-Jul-17 10:30:18

I'd make a big frittata, you can freeze it in slices and it makes a good lunch. But as toosexy says, they last for ages anyway.

SchadenfreudePersonified Thu 20-Jul-17 10:33:21

Thousands of quiches and stick them in the freezer.

Also cakes (and ditto re freezer)

Weedsnseeds1 Thu 20-Jul-17 13:49:40

Lemon curd

AtleastitsnotMonday Thu 20-Jul-17 14:31:47

Egg fried rice
Eggy bread (French toast)
V. Thin omelettes to be used as wraps

FlukeSkyeRunner Thu 20-Jul-17 16:53:29

Egg custard tart, yum. Meringue, custard, lemon tart, scrambled egg on toast, add one into pastry or bread if you bake your own to make it richer, brioche, sponge cake to eat now or freeze.

CherokeeJack Mon 24-Jul-17 18:27:23

Some fab suggestions...I'd also like to add tamagoyaki, egg curry, eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce, pancakes and crêpes.

EyeHalveASpellingChequer Mon 24-Jul-17 18:28:37

Big batch of pancakes

Numberonecook Tue 25-Jul-17 22:20:36

The answer is always cake

MaureenMLove Tue 25-Jul-17 22:31:48

Make up Yorkshire pudding batter and freeze them in the tin, then once frozen, put them all in a freezer bag?

Nearlyadoctor Wed 26-Jul-17 06:43:47


PumpkinSpiceEverything Wed 26-Jul-17 10:44:27

Omelettes, frittata, quiche etc

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