What's better than deviled eggs? Dyed Deviled Eggs. Put a colorful Easter surprise on the table with these three simple steps. Click here for our dill pickle deviled egg recipe, then follow the dying instructions below.Author:
Red, blue, and green liquid food coloring
3 teaspoons white vinegar
If you’d like to make a more festive egg, you can dye the whites. After removing the yolks, do the following:
Gather red, blue, and green liquid food coloring and 3 teaspoons white vinegar, divided
- Fill three glasses with 1 cup of water each. Add 1 teaspoon of vinegar and 4 drops of red food coloring to a glass. Repeat with blue and green food coloring in other glasses. Stir to combine and add 4 eggs white halves to each glass. Soak for 10 minutes, gently stirring occasionally to ensure even dying. Remove to a paper towel to drain. Then fill with your deviled egg filling for a colorful Easter surprise!