Recipes That Use A Lot Of Eggs (Plus Sneaky Ways To Use More Eggs)


Are you currently overloaded with eggs right now?! Trying to use up those many eggs that just keep piling up. I totally get it. If you own chickens normally summertime is when they are on overdrive popping out egg after egg for you. So here are some recipes that use a lot of eggs you can try that’s not just the same old scrambled eggs or eggs on toast. Let’s make eggs exciting! Not only Will I share several recipes with you, but I want to share a few ways you can sneak some more eggs into your everyday food, and you can even preserve eggs for later!

Here is a list of healthy recipes that use up a lot of eggs. Eggs do not have to be boring!

Ways To Use More Eggs

Here are some ways you can add more eggs into your meals. Maybe you have kids who don’t really like eggs, or you are just trying to use up more eggs, I have a few ideas for you!

  1. Add a couple eggs into your oatmeal! The kids will never be able to tell, and your oatmeal will come out extra creamy and delicious. Give it a go next time you make oatmeal!
  2. If you aren’t afraid of eating raw eggs you can put an egg into your smoothies for added protein. I would recommend only using eggs from your own chickens or someone you know well.
  3. Add some eggs into your soup to make an egg drop soup!

Preserve Eggs For Later

Now you know you won’t always be overloaded with eggs, right? A great way to save those extra eggs is to preserve them for winter when chickens tend to stop laying. There are several different ways you can preserve eggs. I’ll just quickly mention some ideas and you can look further into any that spark your interest.

  1. Water glass eggs: You need clean eggs, clean jars, pickling lime and filtered water. Once you have those just follow a recipe it’s pretty easy to do and they should last you 12 to 18 months!
  2. Freeze eggs: They will need to be cracked into an ice cube tray or silicone mold with a pinch of salt. Place them in the freezer, then pop them out and store them in an airtight bag in the freezer! Pretty easy! The can last about a year this way!
  3. Freeze drying: This is more expensive it requires a freeze dryer, and your eggs are then dried and shelf stable. All you need to do once they are freeze dried is add a little water and they are ready to be used again.

Recipes That Use A Lot Of Eggs

1. Homemade Eggnog

Why not try and make this delicious refreshing beverage! It uses 6 eggs and can be drunk either hot or cold. It’s a creamy, delicious drink that you and your family are sure to love. It’s also pretty filling so makes a great breakfast substitute or filling snack! Now this recipe uses egg yolks, but don’t worry I got you covered with an amazing healthy egg white recipe just a little farther down! For the recipe CLICK HERE!

2. Crustless Broccoli Cheddar Quiche

Why not give this delicious no crust quiche a try! It uses 6 eggs and is loaded with goodness from the slightly crunchy broccoli to the flavourful cheddar cheese. This can be a delightful breakfast, lunch or dinner option. Better yet why not make 2 it’s the same amount of work and you can freeze one for later! For this delicious recipe CLICK HERE!

3. Healthy Homemade Marshmallows

Do you have a lot of egg whites at the moment? Why not try and make these oh so fluffy, melt in your mouth healthy marshmallows! These are a great snack that melt into any hot beverage beautifully. It’s a protein packed marshmallow you can enjoy without any of the guilt. For this recipe CLICK HERE!

4. French Toast Casserole

This delicious breakfast recipe uses 6 eggs. This is an easy recipe that you can even make ahead the night before and just pop it in the oven the next morning. This is an easy recipe that uses a lot of eggs and can add in different mix ins like chocolate chips, berries or apples. If you haven’t tried a French toast casserole yet you must give this recipe a go! For your new favourite breakfast recipe CLICK HERE!

5. Sourdough Crepes

If you want to use a lot of eggs this recipe uses 8! These crepes are soft, buttery, melt in your mouth and full of protein. You can make these sweet or savoury depending on your preference. Crepes are a great breakfast, lunch or snack option and can be easily stored in the fridge. For this very easy recipe CLICK HERE!

6. Gluten Free Dutch Baby Pancakes

If you haven’t tried Dutch baby pancakes before you are missing out. This is an awesome way to use a lot of eggs! It’s incredibly easy to make as well and did I mention it taste great! My kids love eating these and its mostly protein topped with whatever toppings you enjoy! It makes a great healthy breakfast option, or you can even do this for lunch and add meats and cheese on top. Have fun with it! For this gluten free recipe CLICK HERE!

7. Breakfast Frittata

This recipe uses 18 to 20 eggs! If you are looking for ways to use a lot of eggs you will love this one! This is a super versatile recipe that uses fresh garden ingredients, and you can easily add in extra things like meat to bulk it up even more! If you are wanting to feed a large amount of people or don’t know what to make this is an easy adaptable recipe for you, that uses what you have in your fridge already. If you want to check out this delicious recipe CLICK HERE!

8. Pannukakku (Oven Pancake)

You might have never heard of this recipe before so here is what it is (it’s similar to a Dutch baby pancake but a bit more custardy). You can enjoy this recipe for breakfast or as a snack. It’s slightly sweet and you can add whatever toppings your heart desires. This recipe uses 6 eggs and can keep for several days in the fridge. If you’d like to give this recipe a go CLICK HERE!

9. Sourdough Pasta

This pasta recipe is super versatile and uses 6 eggs. You can turn this pasta easily into lasagne sheets, ravioli, or spaghetti. An easy recipe that also taste delicious, with the added benefits of being sourdough! If you are wanting to try your hands on something new why not start trying to make your own pasta at home! For this easy pasta recipe CLICK HERE!


There are many creative ways to use your eggs whether it’s in a recipe or you preserve them for a time when they aren’t so abundant. Having too many eggs is never really a problem. I hope you enjoyed this article and the recipes. Have a lovely day!

11 thoughts on “Recipes That Use A Lot Of Eggs (Plus Sneaky Ways To Use More Eggs)”

  1. We love the blessing of abundant eggs this time of year! I’ve been using them in our 24 egg gaps diet birthday cake – now I will try these other recipes too!

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