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Friday, April 2, 2010

Stained Glass Deviled Eggs

Are you making deviled eggs this weekend? Stop right there and check this out! These stained glass eggs are so easy and make deviled eggs look amazing!

DSCN5267After you boil the eggs lightly crack the entire surface, as much or as little as you want. Do not peel or crack too hard!

Put the cracked eggs into a cup/container of colored water and let them soak up that color in the refrigerator overnight. Use normal food coloring, not the egg dying kits because the color will seep through onto the egg.DSCN5248Peel the eggs as normal and make your favorite deviled egg recipe. Yummy and beautiful!
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My favorite sneaky trick to no mess deviled eggs is putting the yolks and other ingredients into a baggie, mushing it all together and cutting a small hole in the corner of the baggie. Pipe the yolk mixture into the egg whites and throw that bag away!

16 comments:

  1. Those look awesome....we love deviled eggs at my house.

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  2. Hi! Following back from FF! The eggs look so yummy!!!

    http://chubbycheeksthinks.blogspot.com

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  3. Thanks for following me, I am now following your neat blog!
    Have a wonderful Easter weekend,
    Sara

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  4. Very cool idea. The only thing that would make these cooler is bacon. Crush up some well done bacon (or get bacon bits if you're lazy) and sprinkle that on top to add a little crunch. I'm a bit obsessive about my deviled eggs. Like this guy: Seth is obsessed with deviled eggs

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  5. @ bortsimpson
    I think you and my husband would get along. He tried them and said they didn't have enough flavor! To him, meat can make anything better, and the more the better!

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  7. Stopping by from FF & now following you!!
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  8. Hi Judy!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier...just coming back here to follow you too. Those are the coolest deviled eggs ever! What clever and simple idea! Have a happy Easter weekend!

    Chris

    http://www.happytrailsfromcanyon.blogspot.com/

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  9. Hi! Thanks for becoming a follower on My blog! Those eggs are beautiful, what a great idea!
    Kristine from http://www.babyfotomamma.blogspot.com.

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  10. Hi..Terrific idea on the deviled eggs..I'm going to try that one for sure!!! I'm new to this but have found such wonderful people doing these parties & link ups. I wish the rest of the world could be as uplifting & supportive to each other as I have experienced here. Happy Easter!! Barb
    P.S. Hope to have my own link party April 12th “My Creative Space Monday” @ santasgiftshoppe.blogspot.com
    …..Hope you will join up, too.

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  11. Hi..Sorry...I forgot to tell you I'm from Fri. follow & would love for you to take a peek @ my blog
    http://santasgiftshoppe.blogspot.com
    & see if there might be anything that inspires you for your fmily/home & that you will be a follower too. Thanks Barb

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  12. LOVE your blog! I am now a "follower" 

    I own a blog/design/scrapbooking/photography/WAHM forum I'd love you to join called My Great Retreat (link is below). Can't wait to keep in touch!

    Meghan
    http://tuckerstaketennessee.blogspot.com
    www.mygreatretreat.com
    http://mygreatretreat.blogspot.com

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  13. These are so cool. I've never seen anything like this!

    Denise
    Extreme Personal Measures

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  14. LOVE IT! Thanks! Have I mentioned how much I love your blog? ;) Heather

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  15. I am doing this very project with my boys tomorrow! Come visit me sometime at cannaryfamily.blogspot.com (:

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  16. He is Risen!! Happy Easter!!April 7, 2012 at 11:05 AM

    I did this for Easter this year...actually got done with them!! They look really cool!!! They are easy to do (because most of the work is done by the water they are in), but they are time consuming. Well, worth the effort....but, I definitely will only do them on special occasions!! :D)

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