We're totally charmed by how easy and delicious this is—a simple breakfast food turns into a bubbly, cheesy lunch with just two ingredients. It's also a genius way to use up leftover Easter eggs
. Want to see how to do it?Camilla Fabbri at Family Chic has such cute, creative ideas (like this
). She says her kids love these grilled cheese Easter eggs, and they couldn't be quicker to make.
Slice hard-boiled eggs in half, put in muffin tins to keep them from rolling around, and then top with shredded cheese and breadcrumbs. Put in the oven until melted and toasty.
• Get the recipe: Grilled Cheese Easter Eggs from Family Chic.
So smart, right? Has anyone ever done this?
Related: Gourmet Grilled Cheese: Tips from Ruth Reichl
(Images: Camilla Fabbri/Family Chic)