Yes, you can freeze eggs! My friend Jennifer found an article in the latest Weight Watchers that explains how:
To freeze eggs, crack them open into a bowl and break up yolks by stirring. Pour into ice cube trays and freeze overnight. Transfer egg “cubes” to an airtight container [my note: a freezer bag works great!] and store for up to a year. Bonus: You can thaw the cubes individually and make as many servings of eggs as you need.
This is a great little trick, whether you are taking advantage of a store savings deal, or if your hens are laying faster than your family can keep up with them. Just put some in the freezer and pull them out as needed.
Try these easy and delicious quiche recipes:
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Source: Weight Watchers Sept/Oct 2011, p. 83
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