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Monday, February 22, 2016

Clover Deviled Eggs for St. Patrick's Day

These Clover Deviled Eggs would be a fun addition to your St. Patrick's Day celebration! Just mix up your favorite deviled egg recipe and add a little green food dye gel, I used 1.5 drops of Americolor Forest Green for six eggs. Icing tips make them look fancy but these eggs honestly come together in no time.
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I started by filling the hole in the white with some yolk mixture. Then placed an icing coupler into a disposable icing bag and added a Wilton 199 tip for the circles. I suggest putting the tip about 1/8" above the egg and don't lift it while squeezing the mixture into a circle. Release pressure ~then~ lift the bag (I was still squeezing while lifting-that's not ideal). Then I changed to a Wilton 18 tip for the stems. Use any round icing tips you have, you just want the opening to be wide enough to create the petals of the clover (the 199 tip opening is about 1/4" round).
Deviled eggs are a great protein packed snack,
perfect for little Leprechauns after school or served as an appy before your corned beef and cabbage dinner.
These are best eaten the day they're made.

16 comments:

  1. I do believe those are the fanciest deviled eggs I've ever seen Lynn. Such pretty contrast of colors too.
    Sam

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  2. All Irish eyes are smiling this morning Lynn! I love your clover deviled eggs, pinning to my St. Paddy's Day board! ♣

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  3. You are the Deviled Egg Queen Lynn, these are too clever & cute!!
    Jenna

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  4. Too cute to eat. I'd just use them as decoration!

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  5. You have more fun with eggs than anyone I know, Lynn. Now let's eat them! ;)

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  6. Wow! This looks yummy and so cute!Great idea!
    Hope you have a lovely week!
    Hugs and love from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  7. The Deviled Egg Queen has done it again! These clover eggs are the cutest thing ever, Lynn. You're so creative and I thank you for the great inspiration!

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  8. You make the most fabulous holiday foods, Lynn! These deviled eggs are marvelous!!!

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  9. I love your blog title!! And the eggs look great - and fun! Would love to have you come share at the "What's for Dinner" linky party!
    http://www.lazygastronome.com/whats-for-dinner-sunday-link-up-32/

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  10. They look Just like that fancy Romanesco broccoli! Beautiful deviled eggs, Lynn!

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  11. I love deviled eggs, and these are about as cute as any I've seen. I'm going to be trying this. Found you on Full Plate Thursday.

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  12. Congratulations Lynn!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you have a great day and enjoy your new Red Plate!
    Miz Helen

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