Easter Egg-Chicks

These fun hard-boiled decorative eggs are a bit time consuming but a lot of fun to make. I’ve made them the last 4-5 years as a centerpiece for the appetizer table on Easter. I usually make 2 dozen of them. I use large green olives (sliced) for the eyes, Sweet relish to the top of each egg, pimento nose!

Boil the eggs in a large pot for 14 minutes, drain and run cold water over eggs to cool them down. Once cooled to touch peel them, slice the top, add relish with a dab of mustard-mix well, add to top, place back the top of egg, add olives, pimento, done!



11 thoughts on “Easter Egg-Chicks

  1. Clever and creative love how you decorated those eggs.

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  2. Tee-hee! That is so cute, Cheryl. Hugs. And chin rubs to Tyler.

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  3. I’ve made these before, with black olives for eyes and carrot bits for the nose. They are fun to bring to Easter dinner!

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