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#1 of 12 Old 06-22-2007, 10:29 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I have like 6 dozen eggs in the fridge. What can I make with them that will freeze? I thought of quiche... Can you scramble eggs and then freeze them for breakfasts?
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I don't know about the scrambled egg part. I'm making a breakfast casserole this week. I don't have an exact recipe but I wisk some eggs with some milk, some spices, add some cooked mushrooms, some uncooked shredded potatoe, some cheese, some bread, green peppers, onion, anything you have. I let the mixture sit overnight (or for a few hours) and then bake it up. It is really good and excellent for leftovers. We often use it in tortillas.

You could also hard boil them and make a cesear salad with the eggs as the protein in the salad.

Omlettes and frittattas are yummy.
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I make egg sandwiches with scrambled eggs, cheese and english muffins. They seemed to freeze well...reheating to longer than I thought but they tasted yummy.

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When I have an abundance of eggs I scramble a few dozen and make an "omlette station" with cheeses, breakfast meats, veggies, etc. I make bunches of omlettes with egg & meat/veg. At the end of cooking, I sprinkle cheese on top. Then, I fold in the four edges of the egg "circle" in the pan to enclose the cheese and make an omlette square. I individually wrap these squares and freeze them all. When DH needs a quick breakfast before work, he toasts a bagel while one of these defrosts and has an instant breakfast sandwich.

Other freezer-friendly eggy dishes include cheese cake, quiche and cheese blintzes.
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Crepes, and freeze them (eggs, milk, flour are the ingredients)
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Well I can use 8-12 eggs easily in a frittata but I am not sure if they freeze well (sorrry! ). They do keep for several days in the refrigerator and reheat well.

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6 dozen eggs...
Angel food cake (takes 12-15 whites)
quiche
hollandaise sauce
egg salad
frittattas
Baked goods, muffins, cakes, etc.
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forgot one...homemade mayo
Also like the crepes idea, using that, how about making cheese blinztes .THey freeze very well.
make crepes,
filling is farmers cheese, eggs, vanilla, sugar
You can make as many or little as you want 1 dozen, 2 dozen
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Well, I killed about 4 dozen making birthday cakes with meringue icing, a quiche, and zucchini bread, and scrambled eggs for lunch...
Then I got three more dozen today .
Thanks, free food day!
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custard style ice cream

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Quiche freezez very well. You can just throw it frozen in the oven at 350, covered in foil, for about 30 minutes.
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