Did you know you could freeze your eggs? I had no idea until a quick Google search told me otherwise.
My husband is the chef at the church camp he and kiddo attend. This year he returned with 4 cartons that contained a dozen and a half eggs – each!
I boiled some. I have been eating some every morning. I had a feeling I was going to end up throwing some away. Now when I see farm fresh eggs cheaper when you buy in bulk I know I don’t have to ever worry about that.
Now I put them in ice cube trays, pop them in the freezer for a few hours, drop them in a freezer bag and they are good for up to a year. 2 cubes = 1 whole egg.
- 12-18 eggs
- Crack 12 to 18 eggs in a bowl.
- Add salt and pepper.
- Mix the eggs with a fork.
- Pour into ice cube trays.
- Freeze for 2-3 hours.
- Pop into a freezer bag.
- Frozen eggs will keep up to a year.
- 2 cubes = 1 whole egg.
- When using the frozen eggs for baking be sure to thaw in fridge for 24hrs before use.
Nicole @350 Preheat says
This is seriously a genius idea. I wish that I had the space to do it in my tiny freezer.
The only reason I have room in my freezer for anything is because I have an upright freezer in my garage. It’s old and ugly but it works! I did 18 eggs the first time I froze eggs and it did not even fill up one large freezer bag.
Leisa Good says
I was thinking the same thing, Nicole. Genius! Two cubes equates to one egg.