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How to make colored hard boiled eggs:First, you will need a pot for boiling water. Fill it with cold water and place the eggs in the pot. Bring to a boil over high heat then decrease the heat until the water

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How to make colored hard boiled eggs

Deviled Eggs {for Easter & Spring!}

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Oh my goodness, it’s almost April and this year, that means it’s almost Easter! I’m excited to be working with McCormick® this spring to bring you some spring cooking and baking goodness with their products!

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I saw these pretty colored deviled eggs on Pinterest and knew I had to share these with you! Do you love deviled eggs as much as I do? I can eat 6 or 12 or 18 or…in one sitting. It’s pretty bad. Don’t laugh at me okay?

They are my favorite party food every time of year but since at Easter time, a lot of us seem to have an over abundance of boiled eggs, this is the perfect appetizer for a spring get together or a Spring brunch.

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My secret ingredients for the most perfect deviled eggs are McCormick® ground mustard and dijon mustard. I know for some it’s pickle relish or even onions but this combination of ground mustard and dijon mustard will make you wanting more.

Tips for peeling boiled eggs:

How to peel boiled eggs, the secret is they need to be cold, it’s that simple. Have you tried to peel a warm or hot egg? It looks like you butchered it, right? Either refrigerate them for 30 to 60 minutes after you boil them or put them under running cold water. Crack them all over on your counter using one hand and then shell will come right off. It’s that simple!

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For the colors, I looked on the outside of the box of McCormick® Assorted Food Colors & Egg Dye and saw they had recipes for pastel colors, I tweaked them a little because they are for dyeing eggs with the shell on:

Dusty Rose: 7 drops of red + 3 drops of blue Orange: 4 to 5 drops of yellow + 1 drop of red Purple: 6 drops of red + 7 drops of blue Mint Green: 7 drops of green + 3 drops of yellow

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Drop the food color into clear glasses and then add water. Add the egg white halves. The longer you let the eggs sit in the food color, the darker the colors will be.

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Aren’t they cute?

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by McCormick® and I always share my honest opinions…and would only work with brands that I love.

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