Colorful Deviled Eggs

Here's a fun way to include Deviled Eggs in the Easter tradition of colorful eggs! No need to worry about harmful artificial ingredients seeping into your eggs with our plant-based food coloring.

Mix and match colors with our 3 primary color packets or check out our fun Easter Egg Dye Kit with built in egg drying try!

INGREDIENTS:

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Peel shell off cool hard-boiled eggs.
  2. Cut hard-cooked eggs in half lengthwise and remove yolks; mash yolks in a bowl and add mayo, salt, black pepper, hot sauce or preferred flavoring until smooth.
  3. Pour chosen food coloring packets into different bowls and add about 1 cup water to each bowl.
  4. Soak egg whites in color mixture; for more vibrant colors, leave in for at least 5 minutes.
  5. To get different shades, soak egg in one color for a minute than the other i.e. for green eggs, soak in blue color mixture then soak in yellow mixture.
  6. Dry eggs completely on paper towel.
  7. Once dry, add mashed yolks into piping or plastic bag and cut corner. Carefully pipe/squeeze yolk mixture into colored egg halves. Sprinkle with salt, pepper or desired seasoning and enjoy!

TIPS for Deviled Eggs: Deviled eggs can be made up to 12 hours ahead. Refrigerate, covered.

No-mess method: Combine filling ingredients in 1-quart plastic food-storage bag. Press out air and seal bag. Press and roll bag with hand until mixture is well blended. Push filling toward bottom corner of bag. Snip off about 1/2-inch of corner. Squeeze filling from bag into egg whites.

Party Tip: Prepare filling in plastic bag, as above. Carry whites and yolk mixture separately in cooler. Fill eggs on the spot, pressing filling out of snipped corner of bag.

Easy Peel Tips: Very fresh eggs can be difficult to peel. To ensure easily peeled eggs, buy and refrigerate them a week to 10 days in advance of cooking. This brief “breather” allows the eggs time to take in air, which helps separate the membranes from the shell.

When to Peel: Hard-boiled eggs are easiest to peel right after cooling. Cooling causes the egg to contract slightly in the shell.

How to peel a hard-boiled egg: Gently tap egg on countertop until shell is finely crackled all over. Roll egg between hands to loosen shell. Starting peeling at large end, holding egg under cold running water to help ease the shell off.