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Pastel Rainbow Deviled Eggs

Make you Easter dinner table even prettier with a plate full of these Pastel Rainbow Deviled Eggs. The extra effort is only minutes but the wow factor looks like you spent hours on this easy kitchen hack.

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Pretty food is always fun to eat! These Pastel Rainbow Deviled Eggs will double as decor on your Easter dinner table and also be fun to eat! 

Grab my Deviled Egg Recipe before you begin. My family insists that I make deviled eggs for our big Easter and Thanksgiving celebrations year in and year out. They are a little labor intensive but so worth it. 

Deviled eggs recipe

How to make Pastel Rainbow Deviled Eggs


  • Boiled eggs
  • Cups for the colored water (one for each color)
  • Hot water
  • Food coloring in desired colors

Peel and slice the eggs in half. Use a knife with a serrated edge to give a decorative look to the edge of the egg.

Scoop out the yolk and set aside for making the egg salad. 

Pour hot water to fill the cups about 1/2 to 2/3 full. (Hot water seems to help the colors to set better)

Place 1 or 2 drops of food coloring per cup until you reach the desired color.

Place egg halves in water.

Check every few minutes for your desired color. Leave them longer for darker colors and less time for lighter colors.

Coloring the eggs for Rainbow Deviled Eggs.intelligentdomestications.com

Making these Pastel Rainbow Deviled Eggs is a task the children can help with. They always love learning in the kitchen and this is a fun opportunity for them to help make Easter dinner.

More Easter Recipes

You can do this same thing for any occasion using colors to match  your theme such as red and blue along with some white eggs for July 4th. Have fun with it and enjoy your pretty table

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  1. Thank you for sharing your wonderful post at #OverTheMoon. I look forward to what you will share next week! Like someone in person today! We hope you’ll come back again next Sunday when we open our doors at 6:00 PM EST. Pinned and tweeted!

  2. Oh My Gosh, so much fun. I don’t have little ones at home any longer, but I would still love to have these on my Easter table. I love your egg plate – I have one just like it.

  3. This is such a neat idea, I never thought about making colored deviled eggs. I usually make mine with dill relish.

  4. These are so pretty! What a great display they would be on an Easter Dinner table. Pinned and Tweeted! Thanks for partying with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday.

  5. I would never have thought of doing this but I must say it looks effective! Thanks for sharing this idea with us at #OvertheMoon just in time for Easter.

  6. These are so cute in pastel colors. Perfect for a Spring bunch or party. My husband loves deviled eggs. I make them with dill sometimes. I like to change the recipe up.
    Thanks or sharing these beauties at DI&DI.

  7. I love these and they are so easy! This would be so much fun for Easter! Thank you for sharing them at the #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup!

  8. My family devours deviled eggs like it was the last food on earth. Personally, I am not a fan but I know they would love these for our next gathering. Pinning and scheduled on FB. Hope you have a great week!

  9. I’m so glad I came across your posts. I’ll be making these for Easter. I made them in pink and blue for my nieces baby shower last year, they were a big hit. Please share on my Sunday’s Best linkup.

  10. Lovely! The colors look so pastel and just full of Spring time. It kind of makes you want to grab the eggs off the screen!

  11. I cannot wait to give these a whirl this year, I’m always looking for something festive to do with dishes for the holidays, I think this would be great for Easter brunch or even blue and red for 4th of July! You’ve inspired me, this post is in my bookmarks! Many thanks!!

  12. Who doesn’t love a good deviled egg? I’m not normally a big fan of eggs, but I do love them deviled. I always use sweet relish, too. Your rainbow colored eggs are beautiful and are perfect for Easter.

    1. Alli, my little 6 year old grand daughter took after her Dad, she could eat all of the deviled eggs. I make extra just for them! I knew I wasn’t the only one who loved the sweet relish.

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