Tuesday, April 15, 2014

New Recipe: Deviled Easter Eggs

Just in time for Easter I wanted to share with you my recipe for deviled eggs with an Easter twist. Typically on Easter we have the traditional ham dinner but when we go to my Aunt Pat's house she always has so many wonderful appetizers that I'm never hungry for dinner. Two years ago I decided to make these deviled eggs to add to the list of appetizers. They were surprisingly easy to make--but be forewarned I dirtied a lot of dishes to make them.

  • 1 dozen large white eggs
  • 1/2 cup mayo
  • Food coloring (I used green, blue, purple, pink and orange)
  • 1/2 tsp ground mustard
  • pinch of paprika
  • Bring pot of water to a boil and place eggs into boiling pot- turn heat down to low and cook for 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes drain the water and run the eggs under cold water.
  • Peel the shells off the eggs and cut each egg in half, then scoop out the yolk and place into a seperate bowl.
  • Fill 5 different bowls with water and drop approximately 3-4 drops of food coloring into each bowl and stir (like you would to color easter eggs). Then drop the hardened egg whites into the various color bowls and let them sit for 10 minutes (or until they reach your desired color). You may want to add more food coloring if they are not dark enough to your liking.
  • While egg whites are sitting in the water, mash the egg yolks into pieces and add mayo and ground mustard until light and creamy.
  • Once the eggs are of desired color take them out and put them on a tray, then scoop out egg yolk mixture and place them into the colored egg whites.
  • Then sprinkle a pinch of paprika on each egg, then refrigerate until ready to serve.
  • Enjoy!

Do any of you have Easter food traditions?


  1. You had me at deviled eggs. It sounds like those should be gross but they are one of my fav foods!


  2. these look delicious!! i want to make some!

  3. I made these little guys for a friends gender reveal.. blue and pink obviously. They were a hit!

  4. Deviled eggs are my guilty pleasure, and carb free lol.

    Ashley | History in High Heels

  5. Such a good idea, and they look so cute too!<3


  6. That is so cute! The perfect project to do with my niece and nephew! :)


  7. These deviled eggs are too cute!



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