Kitchen Tip: Freeze your extra eggs

By , January 9, 2015

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Did you know? You can most certainly freeze eggs! I’ve never read about this handy tip but I’m sure others have done it. For the past year I’ve been freezing my extra eggs and they turn out great. I use them mostly in baking, but also for scrambled eggs or an omelet.

And let’s not think about Easter yet, but this is a great thing to do with the contents of the eggs you blow out for your Easter Egg Tree.

Here’s how I freeze them:

1. Crack egg into a small plastic container. Snap the top on and shake it until the egg is scrambled.

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2. With the top still on, place in the freezer till frozen solid.

3. Remove from the freezer, and let the container stand on the counter till it’s melted just enough to pop the egg-disc out.

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4. Place into a freezer bag. Thaw at room temperature whenever you need an egg!

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(c) The Herbangardener, Cat sniffs eggs

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One Response to “Kitchen Tip: Freeze your extra eggs”

  1. snowpeas says:

    This is SUCH a good idea! I didn’t know you could do this! Brilliant! 😀 Love the pictures, too. <3<3

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