Easter Chick Deviled Eggs are a festive and fun snack. They are deliciously easy to make. This recipe is a great way to use leftover Easter Eggs.
Easter Chick Deviled Eggs
Have hard boiled leftover Easter Eggs? Not sure what to do with them? No worries, I’ve got you covered with a little kid friendly, craft with food, tasty yum fun! You can turn your leftover hard boiled eggs into Easter Chick Deviled Eggs. The kids will love them!
This recipe is a great way to spend time together, use a recipe in a creative way and to have a fun snack; actually these are great for lunch as well.
Like every recipe, there a lot of lessons when hard boiling eggs and turning them into Easter Chick Deviled Eggs. Here are a few to concentrate on if you are making this recipe with the kids;
- List Making
- Grocery Shopping
- Hard Boiling Eggs
- Stovetop Safety
- Knife Safety
- Crafting with Food
- Following Directions
Here is a printable version of the recipe for you to mix, decorate and serve;
- 4 hard boiled eggs
- 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
- ½ teaspoon mustard
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1/8 teaspoon pepper
- 1/8 teaspoon onion powder
- Candy eyes (optional)
Peel the hard boiled Easter Eggs.
Using a knife cut the top of each egg off in a jagged, egg cracked fashion.
You may have to slice the bottom of each egg so that they have a flat edge to sit up.
Remove the yolks. Using a fork, stir the egg yolks, mayonnaise,
mustard, salt, and pepper and onion powder together.
Place the mixture into a snap and seal bag and clip one edge. Fill
the larger part of the egg so that the yolk mixture comes up and out of the
egg, like a chick peeking out.
Place the smaller part of the egg white back on top.
Add eyes and cut a beak out of the carrot.
Easter is the perfect opportunity to teach children how to hard boil eggs; one of mother nature’s best fast foods. It’s a forever life skill!
1. Place the eggs into a pan and cover with cold water, approximately one inch above the eggs.
2. Bring the water in the pan to a rolling boil.
3. Place a cover on the pan, set the time and let the eggs cook at the boiling state for approximately 7 minutes.
4. Turn off the burner and let the eggs continue to set in the hot water, covered for an additional 7 minutes.
Note: I always set the timer because I will forget about the eggs.
How long do hard boiled eggs keep?
Hard boiled eggs are good refrigerated for up to one week; BUT no more! Learn More
More Leftover Egg Recipes: Have more leftover Easter Eggs to use? Try turning them into a grilled egg and cheese sandwich! It’s another deliciously easy recipe to try…