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Easter deviled eggs

Deviled eggs are a must at Easter
so why not color them?

Just dye the egg whites after you remove the yolks.  Drop them in a glass of 1/2 cup of water with 4 drops of food coloring.  Red dye makes a brilliant pink.  Blue and purple take a little extra time.  All of them need to soak for about 10 minutes ~ just enough time to whip up the devilish filling.  My secret to a great filling ~ a dab of horseradish with mayo & pickle relish.  Devilishly good!

Oh, and I almost forgot... a cookie scoop is the perfect tool for filling those pretty eggs.

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  1. Oh my, that is a great idea! How neat!

    ~Julia

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  2. What a good idea..they are so pretty! Happy Easter! ;D

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  3. Pure genius, Kim, pure genius! Those are awesomely cute for Easter. Thanks! -Tammy

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  4. ohhh i just LOVE deviled eggs! But my mom doesn't want me to call them that because they taste so good!

    Thanks and have a wonderful Easter!
    Leontien

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  5. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

    Happy Easter!
    Angela

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  6. Such a neat idea. I have never seen that before. Really pretty!

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  7. So festive! Have a wonderful Easter!

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  8. These are awesome! I put shredded cheddar in my deviled. It's a recipe of my grandmother's (it's on my blog). So good!

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  9. Those look great! Thanks for sharing such a cute idea!

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  10. Great idea and so pretty too!

    Happy Easter!

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  11. How cool! Never seen this done before! I put them same secret ingredients in my deviled eggs :-) They really are good. And.. horseradish is good for you!

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  12. And I should have said "the same"... I'm not that much of a hick, really.

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  13. great eggs....

    Happy Easter


    greatings send you Conny

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  14. Deviled eggs- one of those things I like, but never make, just eat someone else's. Better put it on my list...

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