Have you ever had an abundance of eggs, or seen a great deal on eggs and wished you could stock up, but didn’t because you thought they’d go bad before you could use them? I have! Here’s an alternative that can be helpful.
Crack your eggs, slightly beat them, (edited to add – and sprinkle a tiny bit of salt in), and pour them into ice cube trays. (Pay attention to how many you use so you can do the math on how many eggs are in each cube.) Once they’re frozen, pour them into a zip lock bag. Put them in the freezer until you need them. When you’re ready to use them, defrost the amount of cubes you need in your fridge, and use them in whatever recipes you want to make. And here’s where the math comes in: one cube equals – xxx eggs.
Do you have any other practical and easy ways to store eggs long term (except for keeping them in the fridge!)? Have you ever used this strategy or something similar for eggs?