Are you drowning in hard boiled eggs after Easter like we are! I bought 5 dozen eggs knowing we would all want to dye a million eggs. As you know I did the GOLD FLAKE eggs last week and then we dyed eggs again just because! So now I’m stuck with all of these boiled eggs. Our family is slightly obsessed with eggs anyway so it’s no big deal. My kids ask for deviled eggs on a weekly basis and I only give in sometimes. So you better believe they are in heaven with the bounty that today’s blog post brought!
Brace yourself pink lovers we are going to turn those boring deviled eggs into pink beauties that are perfect for any party where pink is in the theme. I was also thinking about how cute these dyed deviled eggs would be in any color to match any party. Green and Red at Christmas or Blue and Pink for a Gender reveal party! The possibilities are endless. So let’s get to it….let’s make some Pink Dyed Deviled Eggs!
- Food coloring in color of choice
- Hard boiled eggs that have been peeled.
- Hard boil your eggs and then peel off the shell.
- Fill a small cup with water (just enough to cover an egg). Add 5-6 drops of food coloring.
- Drop Egg into Food Coloring. (It turns quickly so you only need to leave it in for about a minute.)
- Remove egg and let it sit and drain on a plate covered in a paper towel.
- Slice eggs in half.
- Carefully remove yellow yolks and put them all in a bowl.
- Mash up yolks and add desired amount of mayo. Mix together well.
- Put yolk/mayo mixture into a piping bag or baggie with end cut off.
- Squeeze desired amount of yolk/mayo mixture into eggs.
- OPTIONAL: Add a tiny amount of mustard, salt, pepper, and or top with Paprika.
TIP: Add a drop or 2 of yellow food coloring to your yolk/mayo mixture if serving at a party and you want bright pretty egg yolks.
My boys thought it was so fun that they were pink! I bribed Brody with more deviled eggs if he would pose for one picture for me. He happily agreed! : ) I hope you have fun making these Pink Dyed Deviled Eggs! I can’t believe how quick it is to dye the peeled eggs. This took me 5 minutes to make!