Old Egg Cartons Make Great Tiny Egg Transports

Old Egg Cartons Make Great Tiny Egg Transports

Eggs are delicate little guys, and transporting them can be a nuisance. Luckily, Food 52 has a simple method for packing just a couple at a time, no extra equipment required. Just don’t throw out your old cartons, and cut them up.

Photo by Claire Lower.

To make a super safe, super cheap egg transport system, just cut up an egg carton to make a mini version. Secure it with a rubber band, and take those babies wherever they need to go. I recommend taking them to lunch and boiling or soft cooking them in a coffee mug for a protein-packed salad or rice bowl topper.

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