This is a fantastic way to stock up on eggs when they are on sale, or a great idea to use them up when you have some that are about to expire. When you see eggs on sale go ahead and buy extra.
How to Freeze Whole Eggs
You can crack the eggs into a muffin tin, plastic egg crate or even ice cube trays. You just crack the eggs and add to the container without using any kind of spray or oil. Then place the tray into the freezer and freeze until the eggs are frozen solid. Once they are frozen you can remove the eggs from the container. If they are stuck just have the container sit in some warm water for a minute and they should pop right out. I have found the best option for me, is to freeze the eggs in the silicone cup cake pans, you can get them at Walmart pretty cheap. After you freeze the eggs, then just turn the pan inside out and the eggs pop out. Then add them to a gallon sized freezer safe bag. You can keep them frozen for up to a year. When you are ready to use them just take out the number of eggs needed and allow to thaw at room temperature. You can use them with any recipe that requires a whole egg such as baking, breading chicken, scrambled eggs, french toast, etc.
Separating the Egg Whites
If your recipe calls for just egg whites then it's best to separate the eggs before you freeze them. You can crack your eggs and separate the whites into one silicone cup and the yolk into another. Then after they are frozen add them to separate freezer safe bags. The holidays are coming up and baking season is just around the corner, stock up on eggs when they go on sale.