Posted: 4/3/2012 1:46:05 PM
I thank Rachel Ray for this one. Hard boil eggs, rinse with cold water to take the hot edge off and stop cooking process. Drain cold water, put lid back on pan of eggs and give it a good shake. This will crack the shells, and make peeling a breeze.
Posted: 4/23/2011 10:23:52 PM
You can purchase hard boiled eggs that are already cooked and peeled! They are extremely smooth and perfect for this recipee. They are in the grocery isle just next to the real eggs. They come in a white pouch. 6 to a bag. This has made all of my deviled egg cooking experiences so much more enjoyable. Also, I used bacon bits for the eys.
Posted: 4/22/2011 4:12:58 AM
Used my regular deviled eggs recipe for filling, just used a little less mayo. Also used sweet pickel pieces for eyes. They are cute!
Posted: 4/22/2011 4:08:18 AM
If you use one of those real small (and cheap,3 for $1 @ walmart) paring knives, the zig zag carving is much easier. Also make sure you pat them dry or hold w/paper towel so they aren't slippery.
Posted: 8/3/2010 4:56:44 PM
These are adorable for a Easter Party, but next time, I will make the eyes black,using a small chunk of a jellybean.
Posted: 4/9/2010 4:59:50 PM
These eggs took a very long time to make; the coloring, mix,and stuffing took about 3 hours to do. If you were to put these eggs into an egg box( what you buy eggs in at a supermarket), then the design will hold for a long time; as well as being easy to carry.
Posted: 4/8/2010 7:07:14 PM
Was very time consuming project but all the family loved them at easter dinner. Definely would make again if have the time.
Posted: 4/3/2010 5:05:29 PM
Have not tried this yet, but am going to try it tonight. Seems very easy, and is really a cute idea.
Posted: 4/14/2009 12:57:57 PM
these cute little eggs were HARD to make, and did not come out as pretty as the picture....I wonder how many eggs they ruined before they got enough to take the picture! I will never make them again, because they took FOREVER and let me down, although my guests loved them just the same...very hard to cut with the zigzag pattern.....any tips on getting the eggs peeled cleanly?
Jeannie L. said:
Posted: 3/23/2008 8:09:52 PM
These little guys turned out so cute. I put pickle pieces for the eyes and colored my eggs blue, orange, and green. I put them on a bed of carrots like the picture shows and I also added "cracked eggshell pieces" (which were just parts of the colored egg whites) scattered around the eggs.
I had a hard time cutting the wedges so they didn't turn out as precise as I wanted.