Pretty Pastel Deviled Eggs for Easter

Pretty Pastel Deviled Eggs for Easter

Pretty Pastel Deviled Eggs for Easter

I love the colors of the Easter season, all the pretty pastels in pink, purple, yellow, and blue. It’s always so much fun to dye Easter eggs with the kids, and later on the eggs get turned into egg salad or deviled eggs. But what if you could serve your guests deviled eggs that have the same pretty colors? It’s much easier to do than you might think!

First boil your eggs, remove the shells and carefully cut the eggs in half. Scoop the yolks into a bowl, to create your filling.

Fill coffee mugs or glasses with water, a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, and several drops of food coloring. Place the egg halves into the cups and allow them to sit and soak in the color. It took approximately 30 minutes for me to achieve the color I wanted.

Pretty Pastel Deviled Eggs for Easter

Next, whip up a batch of your favorite deviled egg filling and pipe it into the pretty pastel egg halves. I pretty much eyeball the ingredients when making deviled eggs, but add to the yolks a bit of mayonnaise, mustard, salt, small amount of sweet relish and chopped olives. If I happen to have some on hand, I garnish my eggs with capers.

How do you add a little color to your Easter celebration?

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  1. I kept seeing these pretty colored eggs but this is the first time it showed how to actually get them those colors. They are so nice with the egg salad in them. thanks for the recipe.

  2. Toni Cosgrove says:

    I think this would make awesome looking potato salad too.

  3. These are so cute! I can’t wait to try doing this this year. Thank you!!!

  4. oh my goodness these are so pretty! I love them. I’m throwing the big Family Easter for the first time at my house and I should do this!

  5. never thought to put capers in these!

  6. These are so pretty! I’ve never thought to dye my deviled eggs. It looks like such a great way to add some color to the table.

  7. I must try this. We generally do easter cupcakes but the kids love deviled eggs so this has been pinned!! :)

  8. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    These are very attractive and so is the serving platter. I use pastel-colored flowers at Easter

  9. OH MY.. I want those now!1 So cute! We love deviled eggs so I am for sure doing this.

    I think I might have to post about it with my recipe too.

  10. These deviled Easter eggs are the most wonderful I’ve ever seen! I’ll be spreading the word!

  11. What a cute idea! Totally pinning this and making these! THANKS!

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