Ok, these Reptile Eye Deviled Eggs might be getting just a little too gross for my tastes, but... My sons got a kick out of them. So this will be my deviled egg contribution for Halloween 2019. Nice and easy, they only require dying the whites green, the yellow takes care of itself, and a simple sliver of black olive completes the look. These eggs might be fun for a dinosaur birthday party too. Either way I'm sure the kids would have fun helping to dye the whites:@)
1 tsp white vinegar, about 10-20 drops (I used 20) of green food coloring and a little under 1 C warm water.
Let eggs soak until desired color.
Halloween Deviled Egg Ideas from the archives can be found HERE:
My Pinterest Deviled Egg Board can be found HERE.
My new favorite way to make hard boiled eggs is in my Instant Pot Pressure Cooker: Set eggs on the rack, add 1 C water. Manually set the timer for 6 minutes. When it's done, turn the PC off, and set a timer for 6 more minutes. Release any remaining pressure and immediately plunge eggs into an ice water bath. Makes perfectly peeled eggs every time:@)
Happy Halloween Season Everyone-enjoy🎃
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