Leftover Hard-Boiled Eggs? 7 Incredible Recipes
Remember late last week when you decided to invoke your inner Martha by hard-boiling and painting two dozen eggs?
Sure, those puppies are the prize of your Pinterest page, but now you’ve also got two dozen hard boiled eggs in your fridge.
Sitting there. Begging to be used for something—anything—other than another damned sandwich.
Luckily, we’ve got your back. So does science.
While eggs have traditionally gotten a bad rap for being high in cholesterol, they don’t actually cause cholesterol—saturated fat does. Hard-boiled eggs are actually a great addition to your diet a few days a week thanks to their high protein, essential amino acids and Vitamins B12, E and D.
Plus a single large egg only runs you 78 calories and five grams of fat (1.7 of which are saturated), making it a smart choice in moderation. So go ahead, eat up!