Hanging with My Peeps

Before Easter my daughter was wandering around Pinterest and came up with a picture of an Easter version of deviled eggs.  I’m not very creative in the cooking department, but I can devil an egg, so I thought to myself – Challenge Accepted!

The eyes are capers and the beaks are carrot.  I think they’re pretty cute, but they were not eaten as readily as usual.  I guess it was awkward to bite the head off of a chicken as part of the Easter celebration.  Although, nobody has a problem biting the ears off of a chocolate bunny.  As long as the real meaning of Easter – Christ is Risen from the Dead – is not lost, it’s all okay with me.

My Peeps

My Peeps

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16 Comments

  1. They are very cute! I bow to your kitchen prowess, these would be well beyond my skills!

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    • Thank you, but if you only knew! These were so easy, just cut them the opposite way from normal. Use a baggie with a whole cut in a corner to fill the white and put the top back on.

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  2. As someone who must first bite the face off a gummi bear before I eat it, it might take two bites but I could eat one.

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  3. They are so cute!!!

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  4. Those are awesome! I love pinterest ideas. I only wish I could be as creative! My kids would devour them in an instant.

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    • Thanks for the comment, Teressa. I steer clear of Pinterest right now as I can barely keep up with my blog and facebook! My daughter makes sure I don’t miss things that I might be able to actually do.

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  5. moggie

     /  April 8, 2013

    Impressed !!!!

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  6. Vanessa Marks

     /  April 8, 2013

    Good Ideal!!! Thanks

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  7. How cute! I love Pinterest. I go there for inspiration all the time.

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  8. carolinaheartstrings

     /  April 15, 2013

    These are cute and has got my imagination going as to what else one could make with an egg. Love your blog, so glad Caro introduced me . (Alessa – the SC half of Carolina HeartStrings. Tammie is the NC half, btw)

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    • Thanks again! I have enjoyed your blog since my first UBC. I think I met Tammie at that time. It’s nice to meet you, Alessa.

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