Deviled Egg Chicks

Time to Cook: 
9 min
Time to Prepare: 
10 min
Number of Servings: 
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These little birds are going to chirp their way straight to your kid's snack plate! Dress up the usual deviled eggs by turning them into a chorus of cute little chicks just in time for Spring. There's no special tricks or tools needed, making them just as easy to make. They will make a fun addition to a lunch box, or you can serve them up at home for a healthy snack.


The kids will love this fun and tasty snack for Spring


4 large eggs, hard boiled

1 tbsp plain yogurt

2-3 tsp mayonnaise

1/2 tsp honey mustard

salt and pepper to taste

orange pepper

8 peppercorns (for eyes)


1. Hard boil the eggs and let them cool completely.

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2. Peel the eggs. Cut a small amount off the rounded, larger end so that the eggs sit flat on the counter.Don't worry if the egg appears to not have a solid bottom, the filling will be stiff enough to stay in the egg.  Next cut about 1/3 of the way through the thinner, rounded end of the egg. Carefully scoop out the hard cooked yolk into a bowl or push it out through the larger end.

deviled egg filling

3. Stir in the mayonnaise, yogurt, mustard, salt and pepper until smooth.

4. Using a sandwich bag as an 'icing' bag, pipe the egg yolk back into the eggs. You will need to mound it a bit at the top to form the heads of the chicks.

5. Cut a tiny triangle out of orange pepper and press on the front for a beak, then add the peppercorns for eyes. Press the top on for the top of the egg. Put them on a plate and serve!