It’s an easy and delicious way to combine the pastel colors of Easter with the classic Easter egg dish!
Easter is closer than you think and it’s a season of eggs and candy. Eggs are always going to take center stage this time of year and rightfully so. Of course, Easter is also a wonderful time to break out all of the pastels that we have been going without all winter. Now, you will have your chance to combine the pastels you love and the eggs you crave into one awesome dish.
This delectable union has been brought to us by the good folks at Crouton Crackerjacks in the form of colorful deviled eggs.
It’s the best snack for anyone who is also in search of something more decorative this year. These deviled eggs make wonderful finger food, that is for sure, and they’re so easy! Adding a fun Easter flare to your meal doesn’t have to be hard at all.
In the video, you can see they make deviled eggs in shades of yellow, blue, purple, and pink. To achieve the fun Easter color, you’ll want to boil your eggs as you normally would to make deviled eggs. While they’re cooling, set up your dye station!
You’ll want to add a drop of food coloring to a cup and have one cup for each color. Once the color looks good and the eggs are cool, it’s time to get coloring!
Peel and cut the eggs, then drop them into the dye water. Allow them to sit for 30-45 minutes and then pull them out, let them dry, and fill them with the yolk mixture. They should be beautiful pastels!
Watch the video below for the full instructions:
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