Creamed Hard Boiled Eggs
An excellent way to use up those Easter eggs. The cheese is optional, and you can use any kind you prefer.
An excellent way to use up those Easter eggs. The cheese is optional, and you can use any kind you prefer.
I haven't actually made this recipe, but I love how the eggs turn out using the recipe's boiling method. I never knew how long to boil eggs before, and this method SAVES ENERGY too!! Thanks
I'm amazed to see this recipe online! My mother made this for family breakfasts my entire life....and I love it! We serve the eggs over wheat toast and it's just delicious. Also, you might want to try omitting the cheese and flavoring the sauce with onion powder. It's killer!
Great for a light meal. I often buy several dozen eggs and hard boil one dozen while I put up groceries. I added garlic salt, pepper, dry mustard and parsley to the recipe. My husband said his mother made a similar dish when he was a child, but this was much superior and more flavorful. He suggests that I chop the eggs as she did to make it easier to eat over toast points.
I agree.....your method for boiling the eggs is wonderful. I always fuddled around looking for the best way to boil them but this definately works wonderfully!
With the exception of the Parmesan cheese, this is one of the early recipes we high school girls learned in our sophomore HomeEc class. First we learned to make bircuits, then we learned to hard-boil an egg, and then we learned to make the white sauce (that's what it used to be called). Finally, we learned to put it all together; and I don't know if it was because I'd made it myself, but I thought it was one of the bests meals I'd ever tasted. So much so, that I made it for Mom and Dad that night. I was so happy to see this recipe on 'allrecipes'. Thank you for bringing back a happy 57-year-old memory!
This recipe was amazing! I added a little more butter and parmesan cheese, then garlic and onion powder and parsley. Such good flavor! I will definitely put it on toast and make a sandwich next time. Much better than just hard-boiled eggs!
Sounded disgusting, looked disgusting, but I liked all the ingredients and loved the end result. Two big thumbs up. Tastes wonderful!
This was a recipe that my mother always served when the family was in for a Sunday breakfast or brunch. I agree with adding some worchestershire sauce and cayenne pepper. I cut the eggs into bite sized pieces. We also use chunks of ham. We serve it over toast points or toasted english muffins.
My family loved this. The parmesan seemed to just add to the flavor.
I made this one evening pretty late at night when I was super hungry and had really nothing in my fridge but some eggs. I cooked it up according to the recipe and IT WAS GREAT!!! It was super easy to make and tasted fabulous. I did make some back and crumbled it on top of the dish and it added a great flavor! Thanks for the awesome recipe...I know I'll use it again!
I wish I read the reviews before making this. Taking the advice and adding some onion would have made it fantastic. Otherwise, this was quick and easy to make. Great flavor!
What an evening meal and if you substitute bacon fat for the butter it adds a wonderful flavor. Perfect meal when you are in a hurry and do not wish to heat up the kitchen. Highly recommended
This was delicious Jill! I've never had any luck with this type of egg cooking method. My eggs always come out under cooked, so I just did my usual fifteen minutes of boiling . I added garlic and onion powders to the sauce, along with dry mustard, black pepper and parsley flakes. Great Friday night meal and thanks!
I have been deprived all my life ;-> by not knowing this recipe. I blended the yokes into the cream.
This is a good recipe for a dish we make on special occasions. We usually serve it over split angel biscuits. I find that flavoring with white pepper and chicken base works well and if the yolks are a little soft they thicken the white sauce as they are folded in. An interesting addition is asparagus tips and a little curry powder.
I find the eggs hard to peel, but sure is worth it. This is a very good recipe... A little Cayenne on top...... Perfect
This recipe turned out really nicely but just one tip - when you make the sauce, it does take awhile, and when it says stir constantly, stir CONSTANTLY! This was a great recipe though, and even though my mom really doesnt like eggs, she tried this and thought it was great! Great for brunch on Saturday mornings!
Wow this is really good. I have never tried eggs like this. I always eat plain, hard boiled eggs. I am actually forwarding this recipe to a friend. I love it.
Although I didn't cook the sauce, I was looking for some way to cook hard boiled eggs that was foolproof - this was it!
Giving this recipe 4 stars because I added onion and garlic powder. Loved it!! Thanks for sharing.
I have eaten this recipe for years....my grandmother makes it to put over salt fish cakes and it is yummy!!!
Made according to recipe. Turned out as described, but my family did not like it at all - even my non-picky eaters didn't like it. Must be an acquired taste or nostalgic thing.
We've been making this for quite a while, but I just realized I never wrote a review. Oops! After reading the comments, we add an extra 1/4 - 1/2 cup of milk and season with garlic salt, dry mustard, and/or onion powder. Simple, but tasty, comfort food.
great, easy recipe =) toasted some bread, and made it into a sandwich
Yummy, but very rich.
Great flavor and different, I like a thinner sauce mine came out too thick for my liking, but maybe it was me.
Delicious...I used asiago cheese and it came out great. I think it's best served with salt, pepper and paprika though
This brings back memories and is great comfort food! I thickly sliced an onion and sauteed until soft (not carmelized, added it to the sauce at the end. Also added about 1/4 tsp of veggie bouillon powder to the melted butter when making the sauce. Loved the end result!
I like this method of boiling eggs -- it came out perfect. The sauce was excellent; although for my personal taste, i'll probably lessen the cheese. :)
I really liked this recipe. Very versitile. And handy when you have about 18 eggs ready expire! :-D I like adding various spices to this. It's a nice recipe to experiment with.
not to bad at all. ads a nice touch to plain eggs
Super Easy but tastes like a gourmet breakfast!
This was really good. I followed others advice and added onion and garlic powder, but next time I'll try some additional seasonings. I made this for 1 serving and it was done in minutes, so simple. I didn't find it too rich either and next time I'll probably crumble bacon over the top. I mixed the chopped eggs into the sauce and served over toast. Delicious and easy! Nice change.
This was a comfort meal when I was growing up!! My mom made the sauce or gravy with chopped onion, then added chopped eggs in. We ate this on toast,for supper, on cold winter nights! YUM!
Delicious. Added a touch more cheese. I wasn't willing to share cuz it was so good.
My mom used to prepare a very similar egg dish. I thought the parmesan cheese added a nice flavor. What a great way to cook the eggs! This recipe is definitely a keeper!
We ate this quite frequently while we were kids, but without the cheese. Sometimes my mother would add some peas and cocktail shrimp, but either way it was always served over buttered toast. So delicious.
Had this when I was a kid ,on meatless Friday over boiled potatoes , mmmmmso good
Bring back old memories. Mom’s staple on Sunday mornings, served over toast. She called it Egg Goldenrod.
This dish is FANTASTIC! I used Danish Cream Havarti cheese in place of the parm and it turned out perfect. This is going to become a family recipe. Thanks
I really like this recipe! I have made it twice. The first time I only cooked 3 eggs and tried to half the recipe and it was good, but didn't come out right. The second time I made the whole thing and it was great. I added garlic and onion powder and it was delicious.
We ran out of a lot of food supplies and I'm on a low-carb diet, so I was delighted to see this low-carb, yet very simple recipe! This is very easy to make. The sauce is delicious, and I think can even be used to dip biscuits or toast in. But I made some slight adjustments. I used margarine instead of normal butter, put 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese in a bowl before adding to the sauce, added garlic, onion powder and other seasonings to it. Then I put it in the sauce and it was great. thanks for the recipe!
I added a little to this recipe...added fresh thyme to infuse flavor into the cream sauce and sprinkled paprika on top. My mother taught me to hard boil eggs by continuously boiling for 15 minutes and then plunging into an ice bath to cool. Perfect every time - no dark rings around the yolk!
This recipe was really good, but a added cayenne pepper to give it more of a kick. I also added some more milk at the end to make it more creamy.
Tastey! Followed the advice of others and added spices (onion powder, white pepper, and salt). Will most def make again! The boiling of the eggs didn't fully work out for me though. Yolk needed more time I suppose.
Husband didn't care for this at all, and I liked only a little but more. I made it as stated, and thought it was WAY too rich - we had it on buttered toast, and had enough after a couple of bites. Thanks anyway.
An OK dish, but could use more butter for the sauce and perhaps some seasonings to add some interest.
My mom always made this when I was younger. I make it now when I want something warm and simple in my tummy! I always serve it over toast. And lots of black pepper!
This recipe is awesome . We also serve on top of homemade salmon pie. Very easy to put together.
Was okay to try once. But I think I will make egg salad next time. This was to rich.
I love this recipe!!!! Thank you so much
This recipe is a neat idea, though a little bland. Next time I might try more butter and some garlic.
Quick and easy. Without cheese it's a nice foundation to add whatever you want to flavor it up. I just went with the cheese and it was very good.
A very different kind of hard boiled egg! Yummy!, A very different kind of hard boiled egg! Yummy!, A very different kind of hard boiled egg! Yummy!
We called this our "country meal", it had that flavor. I added minced onion, cooked crumbled bacon, and peas. We also subbed yogurt cheese for the parm. It was pretty good, but I probably won't make it again.
Good recipe but the eggies were soft in the middle. Even left them in hot water for 12 min. I'll boil them for 5 comlete minutes next time then let them sit for twelve.