I fill my cartons with the large eggs to give away, and use up the little eggs at home. This leaves me with many, many very small eggs to use up. Here are some of the ways I get rid of them: Of course I gravitate to recipes that use eggs, but if you have a favorite bread machine recipe that doesn't call for eggs, you can still add one little one. It won't hurt--just decrease the water or milk a little. I like to use an egg in every loaf of bread I make for extra nutrition. Bite-size deviled eggs are a big hit, especially with kids. They are really cute and everyone wonders where you got them. Don't forget to cut the cooking time--only about 10-12 min in the hot water, instead of 15. Of course, scrambled is always good. If a recipe calls for one egg, two pullet eggs are about the same, but not always, since they vary so much in size. Anybody else have ideas?