Can you hear it? Spring is knocking on our door! It is the time of nature’s annual renewal after a long hard winter. Soon we will see the trees blossom and flowers bloom with beautiful colors of green, yellow, red, and pink. In the spirit of the beauty of springtime, this month’s Kids’ Kitchen recipe features deviled eggs that are almost too pretty to eat. Note that I said “almost”. In truth, these eggs are too tasty not to eat.

TIP:  If you happen to have a few spare eggs left over from an Easter Egg hunt, this is a good way to use them up. Use whatever colorful toppings you have on hand to create your own colorful culinary art.

This recipe is designed to encourage quality family time in the kitchen (which creates lasting memories) and to help your little ones develop valuable life skills. I have discovered that children are a lot more capable than we realize. I have also learned that children LOVE to cook and they get a real sense of self worth from their culinary accomplishments.


Important Safety Message:

Although the kitchen is the heart of the home, it must be respected since it can be a dangerous place for little ones. Children should always have adult permission and supervision while working in the kitchen. Be sure to establish prudent kitchen safety practices before setting out on your culinary adventures!