I recently found this awesome idea for colored deviled eggs on Pinterst. This is a great idea for all holidays. You could use red and green for Christmas, birthday party theme colors, or team colors for a Super Bowl party! Plus it’s really simple and doesn’t take much time.

This was my first trial which didn’t go very well. Only half of my eggs actually made it out clean, so I would recommend making extras just in case. My colors weren’t as spring-y looking as I would’ve liked but I read (a little too late) that if you use boiling water instead of cold water you’ll get a more pastel-look. And the longer you leave them in the dye, the darker they will be. So if you want lightly colored eggs, don’t let them sit for long.

Colored Deviled Eggs

 What you’ll need:

  • Boiled Eggs
  • Food Coloring (I used McCormick egg dye and mixed them for different colors)
  • 1tsp of Vinegar per color (Don’t worry it won’t make them taste like vinegar)
  • Water (Boiling water for more pastel colors)

1. Remove the egg shells from the hard boiled eggs and cut each egg in half lengthwise.

2. Remove the yolks and set aside.

3. Use as many containers as desired. I used styrofoam bowls. Fill containers 2/3 of the way full with water (boiling water for pastel colors).

4. Add desired amount of food coloring (more food coloring=darker color) along with 1 tsp vinegar to each container.


5. Place egg whites in the containers and allow to sit in the food coloring until desired color is reached.

6. Remove whites from dye and lay on a paper towel to dry. DO NOT rinse.


7. Lastly, take the reserved yolks and fill with your desired recipe. I used mayo, mustard, salt, and pepper.

Also try the McCormicks Delicious Deviled Eggs recipe. Or check out the SouthWest or Curried recipe if you’re looking for something a little different.

McCormick is also launching its own Pinterest page and giving baking and cooking enthusiasts the opportunity to win spring-inspired prizes for sharing their “Pin-spiration.” To enter, users create their own McCormick Pin-spiration board showcasing which McCormick recipes they’d like to create this season, as well as a photo of a creation they’ve made themselves. Pinners will be entered to win one of 25 spring baking packages, and the chance to have their original photo featured on McCormick.com.

pinterest spring contest

Check out my Pinterest board for other Spring Recipe Inspiration including some recipes from the McCormick Pin-spiration board.

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for McCormick. I received product samples and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

18 Comments on Easy Colored Deviled Eggs #Recipe

  1. wow, that is a lot of colors!
    Well done

  2. Janet W. says:

    Those are the cutest! I love the vibrant colors!

  3. ria clarke says:

    my! those are beautiful eggs!

  4. LAMusing says:

    I hate deviled eggs, but those are so pretty I’d eat one anyway!

  5. Stephanie says:

    so cute!

  6. Samantha says:

    What a great idea! My kids will flip when I serve them green deviled eggs and ham. LOL! Thanks.

  7. Sherrie C. says:

    I LOVE this idea. I’m definitely going to be making these colorful deviled eggs for each of the holidays starting with Halloween :) Thanks!

  8. Harmony B says:

    This is a great idea and you could dye them for almost any holiday. thanks for sharing

  9. Sandy VanHoey says:

    wow, how cute is this? So much better than the plain egg whites. I love this idea…thanks!

  10. Thomas Murphy says:

    Fun idea, I can’t wait to make this with my kids, they will love it!

  11. Lisa Brown says:

    I have never seen that before! I love seeing deviled eggs colored like that. Pretty and yummy!

  12. Carly says:

    I can’t wait to try this next Easter!

  13. Suzanne B. says:

    Cute! I’d love to make some pastel eggs for Easter. I’m sick of winter and I can’t wait for the spring.

  14. Elisabeth says:

    I’m going to have to show my mother in law these!

  15. Elizabeth M. says:

    these are great what a fun treat for easter. I guess you could do team colors for a football party too.

  16. Maria Malaveci says:

    Oh my gosh these are too too cute! Our Greek Easter is Sunday, and I am definitely making these!

  17. Jennifer says:

    Have you linked up with the Friday Flash Blog Linky Party yet? Link up your ONE best post of the week and check out other people’s awesome entries. You may just get highlighted next week!

    Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution

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