freezing baked eggs

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  • Rainbow Dragon
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    I regularly make a casserole of potato, veggies, and eggs in a large lasagna pan (like this, but without the bacon these days). Leftovers keep just fine in the refrigerator for a week or two. If I want to spread the dish out over a longer period than this, I portion it up into plastic containers and freeze the individual portions, which I later reheat in the microwave. I find it helps to break the frozen portions up prior to reheating to ensure they get evenly heated throughout. Works great for me!

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  • loryofglory
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    GiorgosD yes you can freeze eggs! Back when I was going into the office I would make a bunch of breakfast burritos with scrambled eggs, spinach, and cheese inside a wrap and then freeze them to have later in the week.

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  • GiorgosD
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    freezing baked eggs

    Hello all...
    I've heard that boiled eggs cause gastrointestinal gases and, since I eat eggs quite often, as it is the only "animal" protein source I eat (chicken and fish being the other two), I decided to make them baked, just to see if my belly will stop rumbling...
    But, I have a busy schedule, so I was wondering if I can make a large pan of baked eggs (just eggs and a little milk, but optional if not needed) which will last for about a week, cut it into portions and then freeze it for whenever needed...
    Is it safe, or not?
    Will it last in the fridge?
    Thanks in advance..!
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