A healthy spin on waffles – heat up your waffle maker and press your eggs into waffle shape! You could even make a waffle omlet out of them!Save your egg shells! They contain calcium and can be used to fertilize tomato plants, eggplants, and other plants in the nightshade family.Speaking of calcium…use the saved egg shells and grind into a fine powder. Add them to smoothies or other foods to increase your calcium intake.Lecithin, an emulsifier found in egg yolks, provides a moisturizing effect for the skin. Mix one egg yolk with 2 tsp of honey. Apply to face and neck and let sit for 15 minutes, then rinse with warm water.Take your soups up a notch – whisk an egg and slowly stir into your soup right before serving. It will result in a creamier, silkier soup.Use as a substitute for glue. The proteins in egg whites, when dried, create a bonding agent.Folk remedies suggest that the thin membrane of a hard-boiled egg has healing nutrients. Wrap your cut and let the egg do the work!Another hack you can use with saved egg shells is to add them to ground coffee before brewing. It makes the coffee less bitter and if you’re looking to cut out cream and sugar this is a trick you should try!Make creamier mashed potatoes without the extra dairy. Just whip in one egg to the recipe.Handle Pest Problems – crushed eggshells can be used in your yard to deter slugs and snails.