Egg Yolks

Decorating By jdslady Updated 18 May 2012 , 10:27pm by Spooky_789

jdslady Posted 16 May 2012 , 5:22pm
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This may be a silly question but what do you do with all the egg yolks left over from making white cakes????????/

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arlenej Posted 16 May 2012 , 6:00pm
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Make ice-cream! icon_biggrin.gif

arlenej Posted 16 May 2012 , 6:02pm
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.....or you could just google 'egg yolk cakes/egg yolk recipes'

arlenej Posted 16 May 2012 , 6:15pm
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....or you can google 'egg yolk recipes'

matthewkyrankelly Posted 16 May 2012 , 6:38pm
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Creme brulee.

Wildgirl Posted 16 May 2012 , 6:48pm
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Make a custard for the filling!

kakeladi Posted 16 May 2012 , 9:48pm
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Feed them to the dog; Feed them to the garbage!.
Make 12 yolk cookies icon_smile.gif

matthewkyrankelly Posted 16 May 2012 , 9:57pm
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Pastry cream and lemon curd.

shanter Posted 16 May 2012 , 10:09pm
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scp1127 Posted 17 May 2012 , 10:31am
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French buttercream.

metria Posted 18 May 2012 , 5:57pm
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this site has tips on storing separate whites and yolks:

Spooky_789 Posted 18 May 2012 , 10:27pm
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I've been buying the cartons of the Egg Whites Only in the dairy section above where the eggs are. The large carton contains about 20 egg whites in it. Saves me from having to figure out what to do with the left over yolks, plus I don't have to crack all those eggs and possibly ruin a white or two because the yolk got in it. I look at the nutrition label, see what the weight in grams is for one egg equivalent, then take that number times the number of eggs whites I need, then weigh it out into my measuring cup. So much easier than cracking eggs.

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