Saturday, May 11, 2013

Floral Deviled Eggs

Sometimes the simplest things have the biggest impact and these Floral Deviled Eggs couldn't be easier. I've been trying to figure out a way to make a small flower garnish out of vegetables for the longest time and after seeing Bloggy Buddy Mary's post HERE decided... Why not just use edible flowers!
 Gently push a pretty, edible and pesticide free flower into your favorite deviled egg recipe.
There's a list of possibilities from Wikipedia HERE.
I used violas and felt they tasted... flowery (profound editorial, I know:@). 
Truthfully, I'd approach this as a garnishment and wouldn't be upset if folks removed the flower before eating the egg.

Happy Mother's Day Everyone! 
Enjoy the day:@)

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20 comments:

  1. So Pretty! Lovely for a ladies lunch or tea. Happy Mother's Day, Lynn! xo

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  2. Perfect topper for a delicious deviled egg. Happy Mother's Day to you dear Lynn!

    Big Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  3. Hi Lynn~ I love the violas on top of your deviled eggs! I think they're more of a garnish too, I've had a couple of friends nibble on a petal and once their curiosity is satisfied they remove them :) A sweet little flower & touch for Mother's Day! Thanks for the shout out, I hope you're enjoying some sunshine and flowers this weekend!

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  4. How absolutely Beautiful! Happy Mother's Day!

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  5. I've used nasturtiums on deviled eggs for a peppery flavor but love the violas. They have such sweet faces! Happy Mother's day to you.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  6. I so wanted to include an edible flower or two in my most recent luncheon, but I didn't. Every time I something like this, I want to try it.

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  7. Happy mothers day Lynn! Those deviled eggs are so pretty.

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  8. The deviled eggs look beautiful, Lynn! I'm with you though on the edible part. I prefer them as garnishing. Happy Mother's Day! xo

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  9. How pretty!! A perfect Mother's Day treat!

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  10. I love this. I have never thought of using flowers on deviled eggs..a wonderful new idea..thank you..
    Love, Mona

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  11. How sweet is that! What a wonderful idea! Happy Mother's Day!
    Jenna

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  12. Girl, I nearly fell out of my chair when I saw your photo...I am thrilled to put your cute face with your name now. :))
    OOO, and your eggs look amazing..:)
    Happiest Mothers Day.

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  13. What a great way to fancy-up a simple deviled egg! And aren't you a cutie in your profile pic!!
    :-) Sue

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  14. The deviled eggs look beautiful, and would be lovely for a garden party too. I just ordered two magazines...what a deal. Happy Mother's Day! xo

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  15. Very pretty on the side but I think I would go with some lovely green chives snippets on my eggs.

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  16. Very pretty but I don't I'd actually eat them! I'm just stopping by to say hello from the Sunday Scoop Link Party. Have a beautiful day and see you again soon! Gloria @The Resourceful Gals

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  17. Hey, Lynn!

    I'm backtracking through posts I missed while I was out of town, and I am so glad I saw this!

    This is my sorority flower, and I want to do this the next time we have a wine and cheese event. THANKS! THis is adorable!!!

    XO,

    Sheila

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  18. Those are the prettiest deviled eggs I've seen! I have wild violets all over my garden. This would be a great way to use them.

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