Easter Colored Deviled Eggs

I just loved deviled eggs, last year I showed off my bacon cheddar deviled eggs that I made for Easter dinner. This year I wanted something fun for the girls, something traditional yet unique. A fun twist on a class deviled egg is exactly what this is.

I started first by boiling my eggs. I found it was really hard to find white organic eggs but did finally manage to find them.

Next I peeled the eggs and cut them in half saving the yolks.

After prepping my eggs I then created the coloring in which I would put the eggs in to. Normally I’d look for a natural coloring and suggest that in the future I will also. You could make the eggs as dark or as light as you want and use any coloring that suits your fancy.

Use drop food coloring that can be found in any baking isle. I added 5 drops or so but you can adjust the color as desired by adding more drops.

The next step was to dry out the eggs which I just allowed them to sit on the counter on a plate with a paper towel to soak up the extra coloring.

While those were dying I prepped the filling for my deviled eggs. Simple organic mayo, yellow mustard, black pepper did the trick. To make it easier I put it all into a ziplock bag for easy mess-free filling.

I simply topped with organic Paprika and put them on a platter.

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Comments

  1. Kate says

    What a cool idea. Thank you for sharing. I’m going to do that with the boys for Easter too. You’re so talented. You should move closer to Boston…We love to cook, bake, and create here too.

  2. shelly peterson says

    What a neat idea, would have never thought of doing this. I like to make deviled eggs all year long, mostly in the summer time. I will be giving this a try the next time I make them. Thanks for sharing :)

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