Colored Deviled Eggs for your Easter together are easy to make, delicious, and add a pop of bright Spring colors to your appetizer table.
Colored Deviled Eggs for Easter
Making deviled eggs for holiday get togethers is a classic tradition. Whether you are team sandwich spread or team homemade, all that matters is that you plan to add these to your holiday menu.
Before you get started on this kid-friendly recipe, here are a few suggestions and tips.
How Do You Boil Eggs So They Peel Easily
After your eggs are done, make sure to be them into a bowl full of ice cubes and cold water. Let them set for 15 minutes. By shocking the eggs, that will allow the shells to release from the eggs and you can peel them easily.
Can You Prepare Deviled Eggs The Day Before?
Yes, however, make sure to keep the filling and the eggs separate. Don’t fill the eggs until a few minutes before serving them.
How To Make Easter Deviled Eggs
You will find a complete list of the ingredients as well as the directions in the printable recipe card below. Here are in-process photos of the steps for your reference.
- 6 eggs boiled, peeled, and sliced
- Kraft Sandwich Spread
- Red, Yellow, Green, and Blue Food Coloring
- Paprika optional
- 4 tbsp. White vinegar
- In a large pot, add the eggs and just enough water to cover the tops of the eggs.
- Bring the eggs to a rolling boil. Once they are boiling, remove them from the heat, cover with a lid, and let the pot full of eggs set for 12 minutes.
- As soon as the eggs are done, remove them from the water using tongs and place them in a ice bath (ice cubes and cold water).
- Let them set in the ice cold water for 10 – 15 minutes.
- As soon as they are cool, peel them and place them on a paper towel.
- Wash off any shells from the eggs. Next, cut them in half. Remove the yolks with a spoon and add the yolks into a medium sized bowl.
- Mash up the yolks with a fork and add in one tbsp. at a time of the sandwich spread until you get the taste you are looking for. Or if you have a favorite recipe for deviled eggs, make that now.
- In four medium size bowls, with higher sides, add in a cup of water, 1 tbsp. of the vinegar and enough drops of the food coloring to get the desired color you are looking for.
- Add the eggs in one at a time and let them set in the colored water until they reach the color you want.
- Then with using a slotted spoon, remove the egg from the water and let them dry on paper towels. Repeat the same process for all of the eggs.
- Once the eggs are done, prepare the piping bag with the tip. Place the tip into the piping bag and trim off just enough of the bottom of the page to where the edge of the bag is in the middle of the tip. Place the prepared piping bag into a large glass and fold the sides over. Then place the egg yolk mixture into the piping bag.
- Pipe the egg yolk mixture into each egg. Sprinkle with paprika if you choose. Enjoy!