These Edible Easter Egg Crafts Are Almost Too Cute to Eat

Little Peeps
Ed Judice
Who said all Easter eggs have to end up in the grass? Transform a few extra hard-boiled eggs into these adorable critters and serve them up as healthy post-hunt Easter snack.
Ed Judice
Ed Judice

Pretty-in-Pink Egg Rabbit

How to make them: Two days before you plan to serve the eggs, open a jar of pickled beets and replace the beets with peeled hard-boiled eggs. Completely submerge the eggs and return the jar to the refrigerator. After two days, drain the eggs and pat dry. Cut and assemble the eggs as shown. Add a carrot triangle nose, chive whiskers, and black sesame seed eyes.

Ed Judice
Ed Judice

Roly-poly Rooster Egg

How to make them: Cut a slice from the bottom of an egg so that it sits flat. Place the egg on feet cut from a red pepper, insert a red pepper cockscomb, and stick on a carrot triangle beak and black sesame seed eyes.

Ed Judice
Ed Judice

Hoppy Hare Egg

How to make them: Cut a slice from the side of an egg so that it sits flat. Insert two flat carrot slice ears and chive whiskers. Stick on a carrot triangle nose and black sesame seed eyes.

Ed Judice
Ed Judice

Little Peep Eggs

How to make them: Slice an egg in half widthwise. Give each half a carrot triangle nose, black sesame seed eyes, and chive feather tufts.

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