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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Easter Deviled Eggs

Colorful Deviled Eggs - Happy Easter

Instead of Dyeing boiled eggs this year, I decided to do something different.  My daughter is coming to visit for Easter and she LOVES deviled eggs...PERFECT! Using the idea, I created my own recipe!


Aren't they adorable!

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Use food coloring for dyeing the whites.

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Boil a dozen eggs.











Tip for peeling eggs:  tap egg softly on hard surface, I use my kitchen sink, cracking it up, then roll the egg in your hands with gentle pressure, peel will slide right off!  Sometimes I add a little baking soda to the boiling water for easy peeling.

Slice Eggs in half-the long way.  I use an egg slicer...

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Remove egg yolks, place in a bowl

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Prepare cups with your water dye.
Place your whites in the dye for one hour.












Here's what you need to mix with your egg yolks for the filling.

1/4 cup Mayo
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1/4 cup Sour Cream
4 tbsp Honey Mustard
1/4 cup Greek Yogurt
1 tbsp Honey
1 tbsp Mustard
4 tbsp Horseradish
Salt and pepper to taste
Cayenne Pepper

Mash egg yolks and blend all ingredients together.




Using Wilton Tip #12, fill each half of the white with filling.
Sprinkle with Cayenne Pepper.
Keep refrigerated.

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The Horseradish really adds the kick!