Baby Chick Deviled Eggs

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Baby Chick Deviled Eggs

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These little cuties are perfect for setting out at any Easter or spring event, instead of the usual deviled egg hors d’oeuvres!  I usually make these out of the kids dyed eggs and serve them along with Easter lunch or dinner!

If there are any left over, you can mash them up with a fork and use them in an egg salad sandwich!

Baby Chick Deviled Eggs

Author Holly


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  • 1 dozen eggs , boiled and peeled
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 3-4 tbsp . prepared yellow mustard (to taste)
  • 1 carrot or the pointed tips to 6 baby carrots
  • Food coloring
  • 1 small plastic sandwich baggie

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  1. Using a knife, carefully cut around the middle of your egg with a zigzag pattern, starting at the front and going all the way around. You should end up with a top and bottom piece, both with jagged-looking edges.
  2. Carefully scoop the yolk out with the end of a spoon and place it in a medium sized bowl.
  3. If you'd like your chicks' 'shells' to be colored, set the cut egg whites in cups filled with water and a few drops of the food coloring of your choice. The longer they sit, the more vibrant their color will be. When your ideal colors are achieved, drain them on paper towels.
  4. Blend the mayo, mustard, and egg yolks together until they are thick and creamy. You may need less mayo than is called for in order to create a very thick mixture. If it's too thin, the weight of the egg tops will squish the filling out.
  5. Scoop the mixture into the baggie and set it aside.
  6. Carefully slice the carrot into 1/4 or slightly thinner circles. Take each circle and cut it evenly into 6 tiny pie-shaped wedges. You can also use the tips of baby carrots, sliced in half.
  7. Take each egg bottom and slice a little off to allow it to stand upright on your platter.
  8. Snip a corner off of the baggie containing the egg yolk mixture, about 1 inch wide.
  9. Squeeze the egg yolk mixture into the egg bottoms, filling them to about an inch and a half to 2 inches above the edge of the egg white.
  10. Carefully place your egg tops onto the yolk mixture. Don't squish them down, but do arrange it so that your chicks are well-balanced and won't fall over.
  11. Place a wedge of carrot in the middle of the egg yolk mixture, between the top and bottom egg whites.
  12. Dip a toothpick or the end of a chopstick into black food coloring and carefully create 2 eyes on each chick.
  13. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve!
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  1. These look wonderful but I always thought that they were made with curry not mustard..hmm you learn something new always.. Thanks for sharing.. :)

  2. This is so unique…I love it! I think I’ll use a bed of shredded lettuce to place the chicks onto instead of the plastic grass! Thanks for your very creative idea! Pinning this!

  3. These are the cutest deviled eggs I have ever seen, can’t wait to TRY to make them, only hope mine will turn out this good. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
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    Miz Helen

  4. No, Way. These are the cutest deviled eggs I have ever seen. And I think I could actually make these for Easter dinner. The kids will go crazy. I know our readers would love to see this, too! Our Weekly All Things Thursday Link Up party is going on now at, and we would LOVE for you to join us :) Hope to see you soon!!

  5. These must be the cutest deviled eggs ever to arrive in this world! I am soooooo impressed!

    Thank you for this fab party. Hope you have a happy and healthy week… :)

    hugs x


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  6. These are the cutest little deviled eggs I’ve ever seen. Love! Thanks for linking this up to Monday Funday!

  7. I gotta say… I’m usually not into this type of food, but these are so darn cute!! I’m pinning and I’m going to try to make these for Easter Brunch. The little kiddos will love them! Little Bit

  8. These are SO adorable, I just pinned them! Thanks for sharing, I found your post over at the Jam Hands link party, new follower!