Dyed Deviled Eggs

Dyed Deviled Eggs are such a great Easter appetizer! Easy to make with hard boiled eggs, so delicious, colorful and fun too! Always a hit at any celebration!


Dyed Deviled Eggs on a white plate.


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These fun colored Dyed Deviled Eggs are simple to make and are so festive to add to your Easter table spread. Kids love to help with this recipe and they think it's so fun to help dye the egg whites.

My family and friends are huge fans of deviled eggs, so these are always a hit. These are sure to be a conversation starter at your Easter Brunch or meal.

These Easter Egg Dyed Potatoes are also a great conversation starter! If eggs aren't your thing, make sure to check out the potatoes.

We love deviled eggs at our house! Try some of our favorites! Bacon Deviled Eggs or Fully Loaded Deviled Eggs!


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You can add or substitute with these ingredients:


  • add finely chopped pickles to the egg mixture
  • use pickle juice instead of vinegar in the egg mixture
  • add finely chopped pickled jalapenos to the egg mixture
  • use garlic salt instead of regular salt


Recipe tips:

  • Make sure to remove all of the membrane that tries to stay on the outside of the eggs, you can tell if they still feel rubbery it is still there, they should feel smooth. The membrane will alter your egg colors if it is left on.


Dyed Deviled Eggs on a white plate.
Yield 12 deviled eggs
Author Hot Eats and Cool Reads
Prep time
30 Min
Total time
30 Min

Colorful Deviled Eggs

Ingredients

  • 6 eggs, hard boiled
  • 6 cups of water
  • 4 teaspoons white vinegar
  • 4 different gel food colors, 4-5 drops each
  • ¼ cup mayonnaise
  • 1 teaspoon yellow mustard
  • 1 teaspoon white vinegar
  • pinch of salt
  • pinch of black pepper
  • paprika, for topping

Instructions

  1. Peel your hard boiled eggs, cut them in half, and scoop the yolks into a mixing bowl. Set aside.
  2. Make sure to remove all of the membrane that tries to stay on the outside of the eggs, you can tell if they still feel rubbery it is still there, they should feel smooth. The membrane will alter your egg colors if it is left on.
  3. Fill 4 large cups (disposable solo cups are easiest to work with) with 1 ½ cups of water.
  4. Add 1 teaspoon of vinegar to each cup.
  5. Drop 4-5 drops of food coloring into each cup, a separate color per cup. Stir to dissolve the food coloring.
  6. Drop your egg white halves into the different colors.
  7. Allow them to soak for 8 minutes, then remove and set on a paper towel to remove excess liquid, then transfer to a dish.
  8. Meanwhile, make the filling. Use a fork to mash up the egg yolks.
  9. Add mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar, salt, and pepper. Stir well to combine.
  10. Taste test to adjust seasonings & flavors.
  11. Use a piping bag, or a gallon ziploc to pipe the filling back into the colorful egg halves.
  12. Sprinkle paprika over the eggs.
  13. Refrigerate for 30 minutes, or until ready to serve.

Nutrition Facts

Calories

64.31

Fat

5.61 g

Sat. Fat

1.24 g

Carbs

0.3 g

Fiber

0.08 g

Net carbs

0.22 g

Sugar

0.14 g

Protein

2.85 g

Sodium

74.75 mg

Cholesterol

83.8 mg

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Dyed Deviled Eggs on a white plate with a pink napkin on the side.



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