Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Elf Deviled Eggs

Not that I want to give him any more reason to cause some more mischief but... My inspiration for these Elf Deviled Eggs was the Elf on the Shelf:@) I thought they turned out kinda cute! Once peeled and cut in half, I picked out the eggs that had the longest area of white up top and simply sliced the smallest piece off both sides to create the illusion of his hat. Fill with your favorite egg mixture, add eyes and mouth, wa~la. You have a little something silly that the kids are sure to get a kick out of! As to how to work it into your family's Elfy shenanigans... Well, I'll leave that up to you:@)

Two more ideas for embellishing Christmas deviled eggs Tree and Holly:

Elf Deviled Eggs
  1. Hard boil eggs, peel, cut in half and pop out yolks.
  2. Slice tiny piece off of each side of white so it looks a little pointy for his hat.
  3. Dip tip of hat in food coloring for red and green. 5 drops, 1/2 tsp white vinegar. 1-2 tsp hot water.
  4. Fill with your favorite deviled egg mixture but smooth it out almost to cover the whole sides of the white, so he has a big round face. 
  5. Make eyes and mouth out of black or green olives. 
  6. Add something, I used Wilton star cookie decorations, maybe a small circle of olives or pickles, to create the tip of his hat.
It's the holidays, make something just for fun and have a happy day:@)

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6 comments:

  1. I laughed out loud at your elf eggs this morning Lynn! Super cute and creative, thanks for the grins! ;)

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  2. I love these cute ideas! Dont see eggs decorated too much...

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  3. How cute! I love the elves...or pixies as we always called them. After the football game last Sunday...are you still speaking to me? Holiday hugs!

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  4. LOVE these!! You are the deviled egg queen! I don't remember those Santa eggs---so darn cute!!

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  5. Your elf eggs are just too, too cute, Lynn! I can see lots of happy laughs while munching on those eggs.

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