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Easy Deviled Eggs The Best Spicy Recipe you will ever taste, Classic Deviled Egg Finger food with a kick, Easter Egg Recipe IdeasThe Best Spicy Deviled Eggs Recipe

Deviled Eggs happen to be one of my favorite foods, when they are made right I can eat a whole plate of them (not that I have ever done that…lol).  It must be something in our family, because my little brother told his wife that deviled eggs are the perfect side dish, they GO WITH EVERY MEAL.  She thinks he is nuts, but I kind of agree with him.  If you do not share our love for deviled eggs, then maybe you are just looking for a great bbq side or holiday finger food idea… we still have you covered :).  These spicy deviled eggs are a great twist on the classic recipe.

Ingredients for Spicy Deviled Eggs :

  • 1 Dozen Hard Boiled Eggs
  • 1/4 Cup Mayonnaise
  • 3/4 Teaspoon Yellow Mustard
  • 1/2 Tsp Serrano or Jalapeno Peppers (Finely Diced)
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Salt
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
  • Paprika (Optional)

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Directions for Spicy Deviled Eggs :

Peel the hard boiled eggs then cut them in half lengthwise. Softly coop out the egg yolks and transfer them into a medium size mixing bowl.Add the mayonnaise, mustard, Serrano peppers, garlic salt and cayenne pepper and mash with a fork until fully combined. Taste to see if additional salt is needed. Place the mixture into a frosting bag or Ziploc bag (with the tip cut off) and pipe the filling into the empty egg whites. If you don’t have either of these items, just scoop the filling into the egg whites with a small spoon. Garnish with paprika and slices of Serrano pepper. Place the eggs on a serving tray and refrigerate until it’s time to serve. Hint for less spicy use jalapeno peppers instead.

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EASTER CHICKS DEVILED EGGS quick and easy DIY, These are so cute! How to make deviled eggs, Deviled Egg chicksIf you want your deviled eggs to be the star of the party, how about making them into these cute little Easter Chicks.  They are rather simple to make and “cheep” too.  This week you can pick up eggs at Walgreens for $1 a dozen and many stores have them even less than that.  SO are you ready to get started? You will need (whole project takes about 45 minutes)

  • 3 Quart Cooking Pot with lid
  • zip lock bag or pipping bag
  • 12 eggs
  • 1/3 cup Mayo
  • 3-4 Tablespoons pickle juice
  • 1 baby carrot
  • 1 pickle
  • Salt and pepper
  • Fresh Spinach cut into shreds (to look like grass)

I have found the best way to make boiled eggs is to put 12 in the bottom of a 3 quart pan.  Cover with water (have the water about 1 inch over the eggs).  With the lid off bring the eggs to a boil once they have reached a FULL rolling boil, let them boil for 2 minutes.  Turn the heat off, put the lid on and let them stand for 15 minutes.  Once 15 minutes has passed take them out and put them in an ice bath cooling them, so you can then peel them. Once you have all 12 eggs peeled, cut a SMALL section off the wide end, this will create a flat surface so the eggs can stand up and not roll on the plate.  On the narrow end cut a wider section off that will become the chicks hat (about 1/3 of the egg) Carefully pop the yolks out into a bowl.  Depending on where the yolk was in the egg, part of it may be in the hat portion.  If you need to cut the yolk up a bit so the egg does not break apart. Use a fork to smash the yolks into small pieces.  If you do not get them small enough your middles will be rather lumpy… so get it as small as you can. Once you have the yolks broken up add 1/3 cup mayo, 3 tablespoons pickle juice, add salt and pepper to taste.  If you find your mixture is still to thick you can thin it down with more pickle juice.  Mix well and place in a ziplock bag or a pipping bag that you would normally use from frosting. To make the Chicks eyes cut a small pickle length wise , into 4 thin strips.  Then cut those thin strips into even smaller section to create a little eye.  Do the same thing to a baby carrot, but cut the 4 thin strips into a triangle shape for the chicks beak. Cut the corner off the end of your zip lock back with a pair of scissors, and fill each egg.  Place the top of the egg back on at an angle so you can see the chicks face.  Add the eyes and beak and you are done.  I  shredded some spinach to create the look of grass, and simple as that you have created some very cute little chicks.    You almost feel guilty when you bite their little heads off…lol.EASTER CHICKS DEVILED EGGS quick and easy DIY, These are so cute! How to make deviled eggs, Deviled Egg chicks

Hope you enjoy this simple money saving recipe!

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Homemade Mini Cadbury Egg Shake Recipe, Easter Desserts made easy for kids and adults, Spring recipe ideasHomemade Mini Cadbury Eggs Shake

It is that time of year again, Easter candy is in every story and you are stocking up on your favorite treat.  Just in case you could not eat the Mini Cadbury Eggs fast enough, you can now drink them with a straw. This smooth and creamy Cadbury Shake is pretty amazing, hope you enjoy it as much as my kids do!

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 Cup Milk (any variety)
  • 2 Large Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Handful of Mini Cadbury Eggs (to taste)

Cadbury Mini Eggs ShakesDirections:

Add the milk and ice cream to the blender and blend until smooth. Add in a handful of Mini Cadbury Eggs and pulse 5-6 times until the candy is broken into little pieces. Check thickness. If you want a thicker shake, add more ice cream. Pour into your favorite glass and enjoy!

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Easter Cupcake Ideas

If you are looking for dessert idea for Easter here are a couple quick and easy ideas.  Both are kid friendly as well.

The first one is Carrot Cupcakes made out of M&M’s. All you need is to frost  your cupcakes (we decided to make green frosting to make it look like grass).  You need 6 orange M&M’s, 3 in the first row, 2 in the next, and one of the bottom.  2 green M&M’s for the top to look like the green top of a carrot … simple as that you have some very cute cupcakes.

 The Next idea takes a little more time but are super cute as well Easter Basket Cupcakes.

First frost the cupcakes with green frosting, add some green coconut flakes to the top ( to make the coconut green add some to a bag, add a few drops of green food coloring shake well… and you have green coconut)

Add a few jelly beans, gummy Easter shapes and a mini chocolate bunny.  Take a Twizzler pull and peel to create a handle.

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