Game Day Eggs

Julie Huppert


For the next game make sure your eggs are lined up and ready for kick-off! I made these for a recent Packer/Viking game and brought them to a bar to watch the game. They were gone in a matter of minutes! Since then I have been asked to bring them to several more games and events. They can be made to go with any team colors. I made the field out of felt and cover it with plastic wrap so I can reuse it and it stays clean.


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1 Hr
15 Min
Stove Top


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hard boiled eggs
1/3 c
miracle whip
2 tsp
yellow mustard
salt and pepper
2 Tbsp
chopped pickles or horseradish (my favorite is sweet refridgerator pickles)

How to Make Game Day Eggs


  • 1Boil and peel eggs. (I have found that bringing them to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 11 minutes works great. Immediately cool under cold water to stop cooking.)
  • 2Slice eggs in half lengthwise. Put all yolks in a bowl.
  • 3Fill two bowl with about a cup of water. Add food coloring to make the colors you want. (It takes quite a bit of coloring.)
  • 4Soak whites in colored water until desired coloring is achieved.
  • 5To the yolk add the Miracle Whip, mustard, salt, pepper and pickles. Mix well.
  • 6Dry off colored egg whites and pipe yolk mixture into eggs. Line them up on the field so they are ready for kick-off!

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About Game Day Eggs

Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #eggs, #snacks, #TAILGATE

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