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Hatching hard boiled eggs - fun Easter appetizer
Want something fun to do with all those hard boiled egg s you have on hand this Easter ? Create some hilarious h atching hard boiled eggs with this fun tutorial by HungryHappenings! For fun, serve your hatching hard boiled eggs on a bed of crushed Triscuits, shredded wheat or yummy spring onions. You can use these cute egg chicks to spice up a delicious spring / Easter ( veggie or egg ) salad or just serve them for your kids as a healthy breakfast ,they will love it!
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Egg mushrooms with tomatoes
This cute mushroom deviled egg appettizer is a perfect addition to a delicious spring / easter egg salad or you can serve them as a fun appetizer in a spring / easter party. If you would like to spice up these little mushroom eggs a little bit you can fill them with any type of homemade creams (egg cream, tuna cream, cream cheese cream), or remove the inside of the hard boiled eggs and use them as miniature salad "bowls": spring egg salads with majo works very well with them! It's not just a healthy appetizer but very delicious too!
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How to tye dye Easter eggs with food colorings - fun egg painting
These tie dye Easter eggs are SO FUN and they’re so simple to make! The colors are bright and beautiful and since it’s just food coloring, the eggs are completely safe to eat! And if you wear rubber gloves and make them over top of a large baking sheet, it’s shockingly easy to clean up too! There has to be something you can do with the beautiful tie dyed paper towels you’re left with at the end so you don’t just throw them away? What if you cut out a square of each paper towel, pinch it together in the middle with a pipe cleaner or clothes pin and turn it into a super simple tie dyed butterfly when you’re done?
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DIY Marbled Easter eggs with oil and food coloring
Get marbled Easter eggs by using food coloring and vegetable oil ! If you looking for something special for this year Easter give this vegetable oil and food coloring marbling technique a try. With this nice step-by-step video tutorial marbling some gorgeous Easter eggs will be a piece of cake! This Easter egg painting technique doesn't involves poisonous paints so you can use it on hard boiled eggs as well! This oil marbling technique is suitable for kids of all ages, and it's also super fun! So don't hesitate, grab some hard boiled eggs and turn them into gorgeous marbled Easter eggs !
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Deviled bunny egg feet - fun Easter appetizer
Why serve ordinary deviled eggs this Easter when you can present your family with these super adorable deviled egg bunny feet instead? Serving deviled eggs at Easter dinner makes sense to put all those dyed Easter eggs to good use. Plus, they are pretty darn easy to make. These festively decorated eggs aren’t much more work but look like so much more fun. These hard boiled bunny feet egg appetizers are not just super delicious / healthy but also very decorative and fun to make! You can add any (egg or meat based) stuffing to the deviled eggs, it will be heavenly delicious in any form ! Follow along Beth's tutorial at Hungry Happenings and learn how to make them:
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DIY Boiled egg animals - bunny,mouse and bee
Today Eats Amazing will teach us how to make these super cute boiled egg animals ( a bunny ,a mouse and a bee ) . These cute and easy hard boiled egg animals would be perfect to go with a special meal at Easter or indeed at any time of year!You can add them to a salad, serve them up as a starter, take some on a picnic or even pack one in a special Easter themed lunch box. Eats Amazing has created step-by-step video tutorials for each of the three boiled egg animal designs so you can see how easy they really are to make at home, as well as written instructions. 
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DIY Deviled egg daisy - fun spring party snack
Deviled eggs are a favorite at any party, so be festive this Easter and make these Deviled Egg Daisies by HungryHappenings! It’s a simple recipe that will have your guests thinking you spent hours in the kitchen! In hurry you will barely have enough time to get yourself cleaned up and dressed, and the last thing you have time for is filling a bunch of deviled eggs. Solution: create this cute deviled egg daisy and impress your guests! Follow HungryHappenings's tutorial and create your own deviled egg daisy appetizer:
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