Easter Deviled Eggs
I will be making these colorful Easter Deviled Eggs again this year. They always get so many comments and fit right in with Easter. To see how to make these appealing Deviled Eggs and see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.
Categories: Easter, Eggs, Snacks/Appetizers
I’m always surprised by the popularity of this dish but it’s a definite crowd pleaser.
It sure is and fun to make too. I hope you had a wonderful weekend Sheree!
We did thanks Diane
Love these! Perfect timing Diane. C
Thank you Cheryl I will be making them again on Friday. Houseful on Saturday with a big egg hunt. So glad our weather is suppose to be good. 🤞🏻
These are so pretty!
Thank you Dorothy ❤️
I seem to recall these were also shared last year. They look like such fun and I bet the grandkids love them a lot. Easter will be here soon. Can’t wait for the eggs, candies and longer weekend!
Yes I love making these every year. The grandkids color the hard boiled eggs and I color these…lol
So pretty & delicious 💓
Thank you so much! 🥚🐰❤️
Absolutely love these … and so easy to colour the eggs! We will definitely prepare a whole lot over Easter weekend 👍🏻.
Thank you I will have a house full. Looking forward to an egg hunt in our yard. 75 eggs for 3 kids so it should be fun.
75 eggs … wow 😲! Yes, that sounds like a fun way of entertaining the kids!
I love eggs. Even colorful!
We do too, they are so versatile aren’t they?
I like the idea of using colored eggs.
It completely changes the classic look but tastes the same. Thank you!
Great. My grandchildren love your recipes. 🙂
Thank you! I’m glad they do.
Those are just too pretty to eat. I love it!
Awe thank you! However, there usually aren’t any left! hahaha
I can believe that! 😊
I have these on my list to try to make this year for Easter if I get time!
Since they are colored with water and food coloring they are very simple to make. They look like they take a lot of work but they really don’t. I boil my eggs, peel, color and put just the colored egg halves on my serving tray the day before. Then I make up the yolk mixture and put it in a ziploc bag and squeeze out all the air the day before. On Easter day it only takes about 3 minute to cut a small hole in the bag and fill the eggs. I’ll be doing it this way again this Easter.
Thank you for the tips! That will make it a lot easier. 🙂
You’re welcome Michelle!
I made these last week end. They are fun to do. I saw them on Pinterest. Thanks for sharin.
You’re welcome! They are fun and look great on the table yet taste the same as regular deviled eggs.
This is very cool Diane – if someone didn’t like eggs, or deviled eggs, they’d sure reach for one of these anyway.
Awe thank you Linda! They are hard to resist.
I am glad my comment posted Diane – my Comcast is in slow motion for some reason. They look delightful!
Oh no, it’s been a while since Comcast has given you problems. Hopefully not!
I don’t know what happened Diane and I went on “Comcast Down Detector” and nothing was happening. A few weeks ago Comcast decided to do some maintenance work in the middle of the work day. I would think overnight or evening would be better, but ….
They can’t leave well enough alone!
OH that is too awesome!!! What pretty deviled eggs!
So pretty! Hope you have a happy Easter 🙂
One of our traditional foods. Thank you!
Very enticing and Yummy!
I LOOOOOVE deviled eggs.
I think most people do but everyone hates to make them! Somehow I am always asked to make them but I don’t mind. I hope you had a wonderful weekend.
If I make them I end up eating half of them. Lol.
That’s why I freeze all but one serving…lol
How pretty these eggs look! A wonderful idea to present and serve these. I have never seen such a unique way to serve eggs. I loved the blue one ❤️
Awe thank you! They can be colored red and blue then leave some white for Memorial Day or 4th of July too. Orange for Halloween, green and red for Christmas etc.