Now that you can make Golden eggs, what can you do with them? Well...
Just eat it. Hard-boiled Golden eggs taste good by themselves, but a little sprinkle of salt never goes amiss. Or you can chop them up and throw them over a salad for some delicious protein.
Mix it into a batch of regular boiled eggs. Like the old English tradition of hiding a coin in the pudding, whoever gets the golden egg gets good luck for the week. If it's Easter eggs we're talking about, then the Golden egg can grant good luck for the whole year. This throws a whole new twist into the Easter egg hunt tradition.
Put a raw scrambled egg back in the carton as a harmless prank. The next time someone goes to make a sunny-side up they'll get a scrambled surprise.
Hollow it out. Traditionally when hollowing out eggs you must break up the yolk with a long needle before it can be blown out. Golden eggs already have scrambled yolks, so just poke two tiny holes and blow it all out.
Like I said, I usually just eat them. But I'm sure you creative folks can think of more uses for Golden eggs. Go nuts!