This is the way the Egg Wobblez..

eggsI, previously, mentioned that the expiration date, on eggs, could be a farce, and that I was going to start floating my eggs, to test them.. before I throw them out.

I never considered freezing eggs.

I freeze cilantro and parsley, but never thought about eggs. I’m not sure why, though.

Bring on the ice cube tray, again.

One large egg is approximately 4 Tablespoons or 1/4 cup.

My ice cube tray compartments are 2 T.

My mini muffin pan’s compartments are 3T.

My regular muffin pan’s compartments are 7T.

None of these above options, will hold the capacity of two eggs, which would be most ideal, for what I, usually, use eggs for..

I don’t think I’m interested in cracking all my eggs into a big bowl and then measuring them into the muffin pan, either.

It may be more tedious, but since your egg yolk and white will not be completely mixed together, per these instructions, I’m going to opt to do one egg, at a time, in my muffin pan, freeze the pan, and then pop the eggs into freezer bags, for later use.

I had no idea that eggs could live in my freezer, at all, let alone for a whole year!

Do you freeze eggs? Do you separate them, first?

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This is the way the Egg Wobblez..

eggsI, previously, mentioned that the expiration date, on eggs, could be a farce, and that I was going to start floating my eggs, to test them.. before I throw them out.

I never considered freezing eggs.

I freeze cilantro and parsley, but never thought about eggs. I’m not sure why, though.

Bring on the ice cube tray, again.

One large egg is approximately 4 Tablespoons or 1/4 cup.

My ice cube tray compartments are 2 T.

My mini muffin pan’s compartments are 3T.

My regular muffin pan’s compartments are 7T.

None of these above options, will hold the capacity of two eggs, which would be most ideal, for what I, usually, use eggs for..

I don’t think I’m interested in cracking all my eggs into a big bowl and then measuring them into the muffin pan, either.

It may be more tedious, but since your egg yolk and white will not be completely mixed together, per these instructions, I’m going to opt to do one egg, at a time, in my muffin pan, freeze the pan, and then pop the eggs into freezer bags, for later use.

I had no idea that eggs could live in my freezer, at all, let alone for a whole year!

Do you freeze eggs? Do you separate them, first?

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