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Easter Hard-Boiled Egg Chicks

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"Super easy, super cute little chickens made from hard-boiled eggs are fun to serve on Easter or in a lunch box."
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15 m servings 101
Original recipe yields 3 servings (3 little chickens)


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  1. Thinly slice 6 circular pieces of carrot. Cut 2 small triangles from 3 of the circular pieces to be head feathers. Cut 1 large triangle from the remaining 3 circular pieces to be the feet. Set triangles aside.
  2. Slice off the bottom of each egg at the wide end so they can sit upright.
  3. Place 3 carrot feet on a plate and place an egg on top of each. Slice the top of each egg about 1 centimeter down using a knife. Wedge a head feather into each egg.
  4. Poke a hole in the front of each egg, aligning with head feather. Wedge a larger triangle into each hole as beaks.
  5. Poke 2 sunflower seeds into the front of each egg as the chicken's eyes.
  6. Serve eggs on a bed of kale.


  • Cook's Note:
  • This is super simple, but make sure your eggs are hard-boiled. You will be serving these cooled, and soft-boiled eggs don't do well for this.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 101 calories; 6.4 3.6 7.1 212 79 Full nutrition

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