It’s that time of year. The time where, for us chicken keepers, our hens our providing us with an abundance of eggs. In fact, we are currently in egg overload around here. But what to do with extra eggs?
Originally published in 2017, this post has been updated in 2019.
We have sold some and even given some away, but our chickens are still producing extremely well. I’ve made a lot of scrambled eggs and quiches.
But with my family, I need to keep things fresh and exciting. I mean, there’s only so many things I can do before everyone starts to feel burned out.
So, I have partnered with several homestead and food bloggers to share this fresh list of ideas for when you don’t know what to do with all of those extra eggs.
What to do with Extra Eggs
Eggs for Breakfast
Lunch, Brunch & Dinner Ideas
The egg skelter we use is perfect for keeping tracking of how old eggs are. Get yours here!
Want to know a secret to best tasting scrambled eggs ever?
Its really very simple. Just add a splash of milk or heavy cream to your eggs before mixing them up. Gently whisk the eggs and cream together. Add to a warm skillet and cook low and slow, stirring occasionally until done. The trick is to cook them low and slow.
Seriously, the best tasting scrambled eggs I’ve ever made!
Hatching Eggs is Another Option
Tell me, how do you use up those extra eggs when you’re in overabundance?
How I store our farm fresh eggs:
This egg skelter is awesome and helps me keep track of which eggs are freshest.
And this egg basket is perfect for gathering eggs. My young children use it daily.