A lot of my holiday baking recipes call for egg whites only. Does anybody have any ideas for using the yolks? I've heard that they're good for making a dog's coat shiny (the dog eats them), but I don't have a dog and the cat won't touch them. I hate to just throw them out.
This isn't exactly a use for egg yolks but I heard on TV that you can freeze egg yolks (or whites) to use later in recipes that call for yolks only (if there are any out there). they suggested you put them into a ice cube tray, then when they are frozen, pop them out and keep them in a ziploc bag. I haven't tried it but I keep thinking about doing it as I've been baking this holiday season. (12/15/2004)
Add them to fried potatoes, add extra yolks in your scrambled eggs, add into milk shakes, make lemon pie filling, etc. Or freeze in ice cube trays and if you absolutely never use them, give them later to a friend in the country with dogs and barn cats. They will be eaten, no problem! (12/15/2004)
You can just leave them for the squirrels. I heard that if you leave them mixed in with nuts, berries and other things, birds, chipmunks and squirrels will eat them! (12/15/2004)
Way back when, Women would make Angel Food and either Pound, Chiffon or Sponge cakes on the same day. The Angel Food calls for egg whites, and the others call for egg yolks. Most women had recipes that used the same number of egg parts in both. Hope this helps! (12/15/2004)
Find a recipe in any good cook book for home made pudding (or look on the internet for it). In place of 1 egg you can use 2 egg yolks.
Hope this helps. (12/15/2004)
Regarding the egg yolks, simply boil them and feed them to the birds around your home. (12/17/2004)
If your baby is suffering with severe nappy/diaper rash, smother with whipped egg whites and dry with a hair dryer. This will relieve the discomfort and cure the rash in double quick time. No joke. (07/27/2005)
If you're planning on making Eggs Benedict, you can always make Hollandaise sauce. Just remember that PER EGG YOLK, you can incorporate 3-5 oz. of CLARIFIED BUTTER. (12/16/2007)
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If you removed your yolks to reduce your calorie intake, you don't want to use them in any other recipe. An excellent idea is to use them for paints: http://www.trueart.info/egg_tempera.htm AND http://familycrafts.about.com/cs/craftyrecipes/a/bleggyolkpaint.htm (12/07/2008)
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