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Stained Glass Wasabi Deviled Eggs Recipe for Easter

stained glass deviled eggs

stained glass deviled eggs

I know I haven’t posted here in a while and I apologize.  I have been insanely busy, but I did think of a quick fun and easy recipe perfect for Easter.  It’s a stained glass wasabi deviled egg.  You can do any type of deviled egg you’d like to be honest, but I like spicy and decided to do a simple mix of the hardboiled egg yolks, mayo, wasabi and a bit of horseradish and they are amazing!  Before I share the recipe on how to make these fun and kid friendly stained glass eggs, here are two aprons that I think perfectly compliment them.  Remember, this site is supporting by you shopping through the image links within the post.  If you like the aprons below click through and find dozens more including matching mother and daughter ones…but don’t use a coupon or I don’t get credit for the sale.  The sales help pay for the site and let me bring you new recipes.

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How to make stained glass eggs

Making stained glass eggs is a fun way to bond with your kids and get them to eat healthy.  They are colorful, fun to make and even more fun for adults when you turn them into stained glass wasabi deviled eggs.  Here is how to make stained glass eggs and my wasabi deviled eggs recipe.

  • hardboiled eggs
  • food coloring
  • cups, bowls or ramikins
  • mayonaise
  • wasabi
  • horseradish

Quick note, if you find a wasabi mayo you can use that, or a wasabi mustard (if you like mustard.  You can also use a wasabi horseradish sauce and go lighter on the mayo.)

Take your hardboiled eggs and crack the shells.  Place the cracked shelled eggs inside your containers with the food coloring in them.  Let everything soak for about 10 minutes and then take them out and peel off the shells.  Now slice the stained glass eggs in half and take out the yolk.  Place the yolks in a bowl with mayo, horseradish and wasabi and mix them together until it looks like egg salad.  Now scoop or pipe the mixture into the stained glass eggs and you now have a fun stained glass wasabi deviled egg.  It’s an easy and fun way to impress house guests, to get your kids to eat eggs and just fun to do for Easter.

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stained glass eggs

stained glass eggs

how to make stained glass eggs

how to make stained glass eggs

hard boiled eggs

hard boiled eggs

stained glass wasabi deviled eggs

stained glass wasabi deviled eggs

how to make stained glass deviled eggs

how to make stained glass deviled eggs