I have 8 layers and all of them lay almost everyday. Our family of five can't keep up with eating so many eggs so I have a surplus. What are good ways to use up eggs? I just ordered some paper cartons so I can sell a few dozen a week. I heard you can freeze them too. Good for baking?
Too many eggs
I've heard they work well for washing hair....
You can use them to make your own homemade mayonaise.
When we had a surplus of eggs, I always found someone who needed them. A native Spanish speaker who taught at a local school tutored the kids privately in Spanish each week in exchange for eggs. For any of the kids activities, scouting campouts, etc...we were always assigned to bring the eggs. lol I even traded them for weekly cleaning services for a while (oh, those were the days!)
I've heard you can freeze whole eggs in ice cube trays...?
I was thinking yay! Ice cream & pudding!
Our family of 4 ate every egg we got w 8 layers, but we are some breakfast-for-dinner LOVING people! (2 eggs a piece, eggs in the pancake mix, etc)
I love the pound cake toast idea-- brilliant!
Or make tea eggs?
Pickled eggs are really good! Beets make a pretty addition, but you are not supposed to keep them longer than 5 weeks when preserving beets and eggs together. I'm not even sure about plain pickled eggs. Can those keep, say, in a pantry over the winter? Anyway, eggs pickled with beets are gorgeous, especially sliced on top of salads.
Pickled eggs are so very yummy-- all the many varieties I have tried (one calls for frozen oj!) The non-beet ones are said to be good served on/ in an individual bag of kettle brand potato chips! (Haven't tried this or tea eggs, YET).
The "official" info on keeping at room temp, is, DON'T. Official canning expert advice says frig only for <6 mos.
Of course very many grammas say they keep them year 'round in the pantry (or at least the now-middle-aged grandchildren say they ate them out of gramma's pantry year round)-- it's a big online debate on some recipe forums. Like any canning, the risk of spoilage or botulism is scary, so I keep mine in the frig. (Mine don't stay around long enough to spoil anyway, tho.)
Glad you like quiche-- it is a great way to eat eggs (but is there really a bad way?)