I’m whipping up deviled eggs for dogs today! I love holidays with all the family, but good food is also a must! Last week I told you about my Easter Brunch recommendation, and today I’ll be preparing the perfect appetizer for your brunch! My mom even bought me this fun new spring apron for my Easter project!
Good old Henrietta the chicken is back out of her nest for Easter to help me with the eggs. The past few years we have been coloring eggs, but I think my sisters and I are past that stage now and are ready to move on to finer cuisine.
I’m going to get started by loading up Henrietta with eggs. She will get them cooked for me so I can work with them. Once they are cooked, have your human peel them real quick. It’s too hard to peel hot eggs with paws.
This year I got some fun hard boiled egg molds at the craft store. I can’t wait to try squishing the eggs into the tulip and flower shapes! I was opening the molds while Mom peeled the eggs for me. Mom makes a great assistant!
Now the fun begins! Simply put the still hot egg into the mold, close and lock the lid.
After you lock the eggs into their molds, you drop them in some ice water for ten minutes. I sure hope they can swim!
It seemed to me the eggs were in the ice bath forever, but I was patient and waited for my timer to go off. Once the time is up, simply fish them out of the water. I just used my teeth for that.
Wowzers! Look how cute them came out! I really like the round flower ones! No sticking, no issues getting them onto the plate either. If you wanted to, you could just serve up hard boiled eggs plain in this cute form.
Next up I have to make the filling. I cut the eggs in half, put the yolks in a bowl, and added chunks of meat from my can of Easter Brunch. I used about the same amount of meat as I had of yolks. Mash the two ingredients together, and put in a ziplock bag with an end cut off so you can use it as a piping bag.
Before you fill the whites with the tasty filling, make sure and give it a good taste or two. No one wants bad tasting filling!
If the filling tastes amazing, get your bag and start filling he whites, making cute little dollops.
Now you have the finished product, deviled eggs for dogs, made with paw love! I like to add a few Merrick Power Bites, wabbit flavor, as a garnish to the top of each egg.
They look good and taste delicious! As the cook, I always like to keep testing my work just to make sure it hasn’t gone bad all of the sudden! Why not whip up some of these for your dog on Easter with my recipe? They will love them!