Creative and Colorful Egg Recipes
Hard boiled eggs are great for soaking up flavor and color from whatever they're cooked in. Deviled eggs can be made in pastels for Easter, green for St. Patrick's Day, or even red, white, and blue for 4th of July. If you're not following any holiday color schemes, there are also Chinese tea leaf eggs and other uniquely decorated eggs that can add a pop of color to your dinner plate. Find out how to creatively color eggs with one of our seven easy recipes. Bonus: they're all edible.
Deviled Pickled Eggs
St. Patrick's Day Deviled Eggs
Green eggs aren't just reserved for Dr. Seuss lovers. A drop of food dye creates this St. Patrick's Day-themed color scheme.
Chinese Tea Leaf Eggs
Recipe creator SOYGIRL2 describes this recipe as, "One of my favorite dishes when I head back home; it combines hard-boiled eggs with the subtle flavor of anise and the deep brown hues of black tea and soy."
Red, White and Blue Deviled Eggs
Not only are these eggs perfect for Fourth of July appetizers, they also have a big kick of flavor thanks to horseradish and smoked Spanish paprika.
Greek Easter Eggs
No dye on hand? No problem! You can still make fun Easter eggs using a common ingredient you probably discard: onion skins.
Easter Deviled Eggs
"This is a fun way to style up Easter Eggs and turn an ordinary deviled egg into one with more eye appeal," says reviewer lutzflcat.
Dragon eggs? Dinosaur eggs? Either way you serve them, these eggs make for a unique appetizer or party finger food.