These are a few items I find helpful in my own kitchen when preparing this Easter Deviled Egg Recipe.

Wilton Disposable 16-Inch Decorating Bags, 12 PackWilton Disposable 16-Inch Decorating Bags, 12 PackWilton 418-1703 Round Star Icing Tip Set, LargeWilton 418-1703 Round Star Icing Tip Set, LargeGreenbrier 1 X Mini Pinch Prep Bowls, Set of 4Greenbrier 1 X Mini Pinch Prep Bowls, Set of 4Snap 'N Stack Food Egg 2 LayerSnap ‘N Stack Food Egg 2 LayerMSC International Joie 7 Piece Egg Maker for Mashing Yolks and Filling Deviled EggsMSC International Joie 7 Piece Egg Maker for Mashing Yolks and Filling Deviled EggsRubbermaid Specialty Food Storage Containers, Egg KeeperRubbermaid Specialty Food Storage Containers, Egg KeeperChef Buddy Deviled Egg Trays with Snap On Lids, Set of 2Chef Buddy Deviled Egg Trays with Snap On Lids, Set of 2Deviled Egg Clear Plastic Crystal Cut Platter - Set of 2Deviled Egg Clear Plastic Crystal Cut Platter – Set of 2

 

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  1. I really love the pastel colors, they make it looks so festive! I am going to do this for our Easter dinner. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Easter Deviled Eggs is a fun and festive recipe for this time of year. I love the colors and this would be a special treat for Easter morning.

  3. I’ve never seen colored deviled eggs before. I think my granddaughters would like these for Easter dinner.

  4. Yum! I love deviled eggs 🙂 It’s nice to have some Easter treats that aren’t chocolate (although chocolate is great, of course) Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  5. I absolutely love this idea for Easter. I think I may do this for Easter this year. Thanks for sharing!

  6. I’ve never put sugar in my deviled eggs and always thought they were missing something. I’ll have to try it.

  7. I would always sneak in my grandmother’s refrigerator after she made a batch of deviled eggs. She was not too happy to find out that I ate a big portion of them before her church potlucks. So she started making an extra batch for me just for good measure. Thanks for the delicious recipe.

  8. I love deviled eggs! My mom used to make them after Easter, with all the leftover eggs that the kids would find, lol She would make deviled eggs and then mash the rest up into egg salad 🙂 I never thought to dye the the white of the egg! That really makes having these for Easter really special. Thank you for sharing this idea and recipe 🙂

  9. Deviled eggs are the best and this recipe looks like fun. I’d also like to try your jalapeno deviled egg recipe.

  10. I never saw deviled eggs made in colors like this, and they are a pretty pastel – a fun way to get kids to eat them!

  11. Cute idea, I’m vegan but my granddaughter has chickens so I’ll be sure & pass this on to her.

  12. Great, love the colors you came up with, the pipping is really good too. Wish I had this years ago when my kids were at home, or my grand kids was visiting for Easter. Thanks for sharing.

  13. These are so cute. I would have never thought about dying the egg white part. Doing that this year.

  14. Oh! These are so cute and springy!! What a wonderful idea for Easter dinner or dinner party! Very cute! Thanks!

    Mishelle G

  15. What a clever idea! Our family loves deviled eggs and we have them ever Easter but this makes it so much more fun!

  16. My husband goes crazy for deviled eggs! I LOVE your idea of dying the egg white part of the egg before filling them!

  17. New twist with the colors. How unique. Your yolk recipe about the same as mine except I add cubed pickles and pickle juice if too thick. Some kids don’t like the pickles though.

  18. That’s such a cool and festive spin to an old favorite recipe!! I’m going to do this colored eggs for my deviled eggs this easter.

  19. These eggs are AWESOME! I have never heard of this before but I am absolutely going to make them this Easter. Thanks for this recipe!!!

  20. what a darling way to get children and adults to have some protein and it be associated with Easter. I love deviled eggs though.

  21. What a great idea, I never thought to put the peeled eggs into a colored mixture.
    These would look lovely on my Easter dinner table.

  22. Of course, my great grandkids will love helping me with this recipe. They love when we color eggs. This is really neat looking!!!

  23. This fine recipe is going to make my Easter extra special. I thank you and your great blog for sharing!

  24. We really love deviled eggs at our house and these are beautiful! I would have never thought to color the cooked eggs after they were peeled. I definitely want to do this.

  25. Deviled eggs are a family tradition on Easter. I like the idea of using food colors and piping the filling. That will make them extra special. Thank you for sharing.

  26. Super cute and crafty. You would be the unique one at Easter dinner, I like when my dish stands out.

  27. I never cared for devil’s eggs, but my brother and mom love them. I will share this with my mom so she can fix them for herself and Jason.

  28. Wow, I love the bright colors! I made colored eggs all the time with the girls at Easter, not sure why I never thought about making deviled eggs while they’re colorful. Would make a cute plate for a get together with family. Very cute idea!

  29. These would be a hit for our Easter dinner. I may let my granddaughter make them for Easter this year. She is 10 and loves to cook

  30. Instead of the sugar, try adding some shredded or finely minced parsnip to wake up these deviled eggs and give them a flavor boost.

  31. I was reading how to make perfect hard boiled eggs in my multi-cooker and now really want to try to cook them that way. What a great chance to also make these beautiful deviled eggs!

  32. These look delicious! What a clever idea to dye the actual inside of the egg! I’ve only ever do the outside! Love it!

  33. My family loves deviled eggs, but I never thought about making them like this! What a really cute idea.

  34. This is so fun and festive! My kids would love helping to make these! They would definitely look pretty on the Easter table too.

  35. I can’t get over how luscious the bright pastel colors are for the eggs! They remind me of the ‘Pretty Patties’ from the “Patty Hype” episode of “Spongebob SquarePants”.

  36. I have never seen this done. My great grandchildren would love helping to do this.

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