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Easter Deviled Eggs

NancyClancy

"A very easy, special touch for Easter and fun to do at baby showers as well. Do some plain white ones to keep everyone happy."
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Ingredients

1 h 25 m servings 87 cals
Original recipe yields 12 servings (24 deviled egg halves)

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  1. Place eggs into a large saucepan, cover with cold water, and bring to a boil. Let eggs boil for 3 minutes; turn off heat, cover pot, and let eggs cook in hot water for at least 20 minutes. Drain and cover eggs with cold water. Peel cooled eggs.
  2. Cut hard-cooked eggs in half lengthwise and remove yolks; mash yolks in a bowl with creamy salad dressing, salt, black pepper, hot sauce, and dry mustard until smooth.
  3. Place red, blue, and green food coloring into 3 different bowls and add about 1 cup water to each bowl. Steep 8 egg white halves in each bowl, tinting the egg whites pink, light blue, and green. If color is too pale, add more coloring to bowls. Drain colored egg whites on paper towels.
  4. Pipe or spoon egg yolk filling into colored egg white halves; cover and chill before serving, at least 30 minutes.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 87 calories; 6.3 g fat; 1.1 g carbohydrates; 6.3 g protein; 188 mg cholesterol; 116 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I did add just a little Worcestershire sauce and some vinegar to the filling, but that's just a personal taste preference. This is a fun way to style up Easter Eggs and turn an ordinary deviled...

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I wanted to make this recipe mainly for the colored egg part; however, I did scale it down and follow the recipe exactly. I hated the boiling method because it was a pain to get the shells off. ...

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I wanted to make this recipe mainly for the colored egg part; however, I did scale it down and follow the recipe exactly. I hated the boiling method because it was a pain to get the shells off. ...

I did add just a little Worcestershire sauce and some vinegar to the filling, but that's just a personal taste preference. This is a fun way to style up Easter Eggs and turn an ordinary deviled...

I've saved this recipe in my recipe box a while ago but I tried for the first time Saturday and boy am I glad I saved the recipe ~ The eggs came out so beautiful. I received a lot of rave over ...

Very creative, and fun! :) I just recently found a way to hard-boil eggs without a water bath...STEAM them, instead! Start water up to boiling in a deep saucepot that has a steamer insert avail...

These came out so pretty on a little Easter chick plate. I subbed mayo for the salad dressing just for personal taste. It was much easier to make than i had expected. Thank you very much for sha...

Made these Easter morn. Super easy and WOW, did they add a festive touch to the table. Everyone loves them! May do red, white and blue for July 4th. Thanks for this creative idea!

The family thought this was a great idea. All of the eggs went. They looked so pretty on the appetizer table. Thanks for such a great idea.

It takes a couple minutes to allow the die to soak in but they come out great! I don't add hot sauce to the filling but I do cut up a couple pieces of bacon and add it!!

Very festive and Easter appropriate. My guests really were impressed. Thank you for sharing this.