Celebrate Spring with Eggs: Chirp, Chirp Deviled Eggs

March 16, 2022 General /FamilyRecipes

Eggs are inexpensive, available year round, and they’re packed with protein and choline — a B vitamin important for good brain health. Eggs are also versatile. You can scramble them for breakfast, serve our Chirp, Chirp Deviled Eggs for a snack or lunch, or combine them with springtime vegetables for our Eggy Omelet Pie at dinner.

If your kids get excited about going on Easter Egg hunts, they’ll definitely be eager to try these adorable baby chick deviled eggs. To boost your child’s interest even more, involve them in the decorating.

Makes 6 Servings

DECORATIONS: orange bell pepper or cooked carrot, sliced black olives, fresh dill or parsley (optional)

TIP: If you don’t have olives, use cooked green peas or halved black beans for the eyes.

Nutrition Information per Serving (2 halves):

100 calories, 7g fat (1.5g saturated), 170mg sodium, 1g carbohydrate, 0g fiber, 6g protein, 10% vitamin C

How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs

Have you ever seen hard-boiled eggs with a green-gray ring around the yolk? It’s not very pretty; after all, the yolks should be yellow! To avoid an unappetizing ring, it’s important to avoid overcooking your eggs and to chill them as soon as they’re done. For a perfect egg every time, follow these four steps eggs-actly: