Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats this week!
Serving this week 4-8 to 4-12. On Tuesday are Tips on Separating Eggs. Wednesday I am making a No Bake Cadbury Egg Cheesecake. And ending the week with tips on Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs. Enjoy!
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Many recipes specifically call for egg whites or yolks, and many people make egg-white-only dishes to reduce cholesterol. Whatever your reasons, there are plenty of tips that will help you avoid a painful separation.
So how do you actually separate an egg? I suggest these 3 ways.
No Bake Cadbury Egg Cheesecake
Everybody that has read my blog for longer than 5 minutes is aware of my love for cheesecake. I haven’t posted a new one for a long time, but Easter just couldn’t come and go without a cheesecake creation on Marilyn’s Treats. I put this one together virtually at the last minute so it is making a debut after the holiday. I am calling this the Mother’s Day Cheesecake with leftover Easter candy. Or, No Bake Cadbury Cheesecake. Either way you name it, it was GONE in 60 seconds. Just like the movie!
Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs Hands Free and More
read this post to see all these methods for Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs.
1. Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs blowing out of shell
2. Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs boiling and shaking in pot
3. Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs Hands Free Mason Jar Shake side by side.
4. Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs Hands Free Lift shell with large serving spoon after cracking all over.
5. Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs by submerging in cold water
6. Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs by piercing with a needle before cooking
7. Peeling Fresh Hard Boiled Eggs by using steam