It’s always fun dyeing eggs for Easter. It makes it more fun if you can eat them afterward! If you’re not the pastel type, at least you can indulge in our many favorite stuffed egg recipes. This collection includes tried and true favorites that offer various twists on the classic deviled egg recipe that everyone knows and loves.
To make your holiday easier, we’d like to reveal a few tips and tricks that we like to use to help make peeling boiled eggs much easier. Also, keep in mind that if you’re dyeing the shells of these eggs for Easter and then peeling them later, that pigment can show up on the white fleshy part of the egg in irregular places or sometimes throughout the whole egg.