Kid Egg Recipes: Easter Deviled Eggs

Easter Deviled Eggs

No need to adjust your screen, those really are brightly colored Easter Deviled Eggs! This is a super fun and easy recipe to share with your friends and family for Easter, and your kids will LOVE it!  Me and my 4 year old had a great time making them, and they tasted super yummy!

Easter Deviled Eggs

Here is what you will need to make Easter Deviled Eggs:

Easter Deviled Eggs

  • eggs
  • food coloring (I used the Neon kind to make bright Easter colors!)
  • Sweet relish
  • Light mayo
  • Paprika

Directions for making these Easter Deviled Eggs:

Easter Deviled Eggs

Step 1: Boil eggs for about 10 minutes, then set in the fridge to cool for about 30 minutes, take them out and peel them.

Easter Deviled Eggs

Step 2: Cut eggs in half and carefully scoop the yolk out, once you have halved all the eggs and taken the yolk out, mix the yolk with 2 tsp of mayo, and 1 tsp of sweet relish and set aside.

Easter Deviled Eggs

Step 3: fill 3 bowls up with vinegar and food coloring.

Easter Deviled Eggs

Step 4: Submerge the Eggs into the different colored liquid until you get the color desired. Set aside until you have dyed them all.

Step 5: After all the eggs are dyed, put them all together on a plate and grab your yolk mixture

Step 6: Fill all the eggs halves with the Yolk mixture and sprinkle the tops with Paprika.

Step 7: Add some fun decorations like Easter Grass and Peeps to a plate and arrange the Easter Deviled Eggs onto a plate and serve!

This is a great Easter Recipe for you and your kids to do together, and bring to any family or church event, they will be a great hit! What’s also great about this recipe you can switch the colors according to what holiday it is! Green for St. Patricks Day, Black and Orange for Halloween, or even Red, White, an Blue for 4th of July!

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Comments

  1. Tammy S says

    What a great idea. we are always so careful not to crack the eggs when we dye them so the color won’t bleed onto the eggs. Now we can just go for it. Thanks

  2. Diane says

    Hello! You were after me at the Tatertots and Jello link party, so I was told to visit you. Boy am I glad I did!

    What a fun idea for Easter! I didn’t know the food coloring would work so well, and it turned out fabulously. :)

    I’m so glad I got to visit you and this tutorial, and I hope I can return the favor when you visit my blog!
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  3. Ari says

    These make deviled eggs even more better! And fun! I’m sure kids will enjoy making and eating them! I certainly like the colorful variety myself. They just brighten up any platter and probably add a lot of creativity to any meal! Like you said, we can use certain colors for each holiday and make the snack table for parties that much more special! Thanks for sharing!

  4. heidi eaton says

    Wow you take egg dyeing to a whole new level. Love the idea the granddaughters will have lots of fun with this.

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