Colour Cracked Deviled Eggs
Check out this Colour Cracked Deviled Eggs recipe for a fun kid-friendly holiday treat.
Growing up Easter was always filled with decorating hard-boiled eggs in all sorts of designs and colours. Filled with colourful stained hands and WAY too many eggs to eat! It was always a challenge to find new and exciting ways to eat those hard-boiled eggs.
Now that I have kids of my own, I wanted a fun and healthy food project to do with the little ones this holiday. I remembered all the fun I had decorating and trying to create the coolest egg I could. I want to pass on those beautiful experiences on to my children.
Here in Australia, dye kits are nowhere to be found, the stores are filled with chocolate eggs, bunnies and excessively priced $$$$ Kinder surprise eggs. Does this country not do hard-boiled eggs? Honestly, as a kid I don’t remember getting any chocolate eggs… Were my parents just healthy hippies or has this holiday turned into a chocolate mud bath?
I saw some cracked dyed eggs one day as I was scrolling through Pinterest – as you do. Don’t know who to credit for the original idea but I think it was for a Halloween snack? Thought I’d get my little guy to help and make some healthy Easter egg alternatives to all the chocolate he was eating!
A very simple recipe for colour cracked deviled eggs. Very kid-friendly and fun! Plus so many ways to make it your own! Experiment with different colours and optional ingredients.
A fun twist on your classic deviled egg recipe. Using a bit of food colouring to make it fun and festive. You can adapt any colour selection to the holiday of your choosing. Be creative, make it fun and enjoy!