Deviled Eggs

These are the deviled eggs I made for easter, they were cut in half differently than is normally done, to make them look like these baby chick eggs, (mine are a bit flat).

I used a small piece of carrot for the beak and a small bit of black olive for the eyes.

Enjoy the recipe!

 

 

Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs

Ingredients

  • 18 boiled eggs
  • 1 cup miracle whip
  • 2 tablespoons mustard
  • 1 tablespoon dill relish (or finely chopped pickle)
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • Paprika

Instructions

  1. Boil your eggs.
  2. Cut the eggs long width and remove the yolk of the eggs and place into a bowl. Lay out the whites onto a tray, or use a Tupperware Cold Cut Keeper
  3. With a fork, mash the egg yolks until they are fine. Add in 1/2 cup of the miracle whip, mustard, relish and sugar. Mix and if there is still some dry yolks, add more miracle whip.
  4. Taste and adjust if needed to your liking.
  5. In a pastry bag or use a disposable storage bag, place the mix into the bag (You could use a spoon instead if you like). Cut a hole on the tip and pipe it into each egg.
  6. Sprinkle paprika on the eggs and serve.
http://thecrazynutsmom.com/2012/04/deviled-eggs.html

 

Comments

  1. Hi Regina, Wanted to invite you to join the April Color Challenge which begins on April 20. Hope you can join us with your deviled eggs, or any other fun, delicious, or crafty YELLOW project.

    Hope to see you on the 20th,
    Michele
    http://kidswonderart.blogspot.com

  2. Oh, I LOVE deviled eggs and these are the cutest darn ones I’ve ever seen! So creative!! My kids will go nuts over them…but then I’d have to share. Hmm..

  3. Okay so I started to make these for Easter but I chickened out (pun intended!). Yours are so cute! I did make regular old deviled eggs though – so yummy!

    • You are funny Shannon. I would recomment cutting them like normal eggs, versus tops off, as it was about impossible to get the yolk out. Make them peep out with the tops on.

  4. So cute and thoughtful. I love creative photo food as it seems to get the kids to eat anything on their plate.

  5. These look super yummy! And I love how you made them look like little chicks for Easter. :)

    -Courtney
    optimisticmommy.com
    peaceloverecipes.com

  6. I love you already because you use Miracle Whip. We make our own at home (because I hate normal mayo) and always make our deviled eggs with our homemade MW. Great recipe and cute too!

    • I have to admit, we used Miracle Whip Lite. :) But yes, Miracle Whip was used! Mayo is good for potato salad!

      I’m not talented enough yet, to make our own, but someday!

  7. My hubby just confessed he loves deviled eggs. He may even think these are cute! So I might have to make him some.
    Leigh @oneandoneequalstwinfun.com

  8. Too cute! I don’t even like deviled eggs, but I love cute food especially for kids & parties!

  9. Those are cute!

  10. I always like to see other peoples deviled egg recipes.I’m strictly a mayo person.I do use mustard. Yellow and a bit of Dijon. I’ve never tried relish in them. I may add that next time.

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