Recipe Recipe By Healthy Eating For Families Four easy and healthy recipes featuring hard-cooked eggs. By: Jodie Shield, RDN The Easter Bunny has come and gone, but those pretty, hard-cooked eggs keep going on and on. If you’re running out of ways to peel and eat them, I’ve got some tasty tips to energize your appetite. Here are four recipes featuring hard-cooked eggs that will help you love those leftovers. You’ll find the recipes on this blog and I’ve added them to my app Time To Eat Healthy – nibble away!   Classic Spinach Salad. You’re going to love this lightened-up Joy of Cooking classic recipe. Served hot or cold. Just be sure to use an egg slicer so the eggs are perfectly slices, then toss the eggs over the salad. spinach salad Egg Salad. Who can resist a homemade egg salad sandwich? Instead of paprika, I add a pinch of curry for a sweet-savory flavor. Serve it on whole wheat toasted bread with a thick slice of ripe, juicy tomato. Spreading Egg Mayonnaise on Bread 7 Layer Salad. I lightened up the Pioneer Woman’s recipe by trimming calories from the dressing and cutting back on some of the bacon. But you’ll notice, I kept her recommendation for one whole layer of chopped, hard cooked eggs. Med Layer Salad iStock_000017260539Medium Southern-Style Deviled Eggs. No picnic or party is complete without a platter of deviled eggs. For a creamy filling, I like to use plain Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise. deviled eggs