Make these Football Deviled Eggs for your next football-themed party. They are one of the easiest football party food ideas for any football party.
Are you looking for a fun appetizer to serve at your next football party? One way to add a little fun to your football-themed party is to dress up some of the football snacks. Then you need to try our Football Deviled Eggs, they are not just any deviled eggs, they are deviled eggs styled into footballs.
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Deviled eggs are always popular at any football party so we made them into football deviled eggs. We took the standard deviled eggs and added a few decorations to make football deviled eggs. How easy can that be? And football deviled eggs are easy and inexpensive and that’s always a win-win for us.
Note: See our post on “How to cook a perfectly boiled Egg”
Just a few sprigs of chives and kitchen scissors can easily turn deviled eggs into football eggs. Cut one sprig of chives into three pieces the width of the yellow of the egg and cut another piece the length of each egg yellow. Lay the three pieces of the shorter chives across the width of the yellow and lay the longer piece across the shorter pieces to represent the lacings on a football.
Arrange the eggs on a tray surrounded by olives and different cheeses for a gorgeous football party platter. These Football deviled eggs could also be the main event on a crudité platter surrounded by baby carrots, stuffed celery, sliced cucumbers, and other favorite fresh vegetables.
To see more Football themed party food see “Over 21 of the Best Party Food Recipes“
Other Football Party Food Ideas to Serve with Football Deviled Eggs
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Football Deviled Eggs
- Cook eggs into hardboiled eggs. An egg cooker makes it so easy.
- When cool, peel the eggs and slice in half lengthwise
- Remove yolks and place in a small bowl.
- Add mayonnaise, yellow mustard, salt, and pepper.
- Using a dinner fork, mash egg yolks and mix well.
- Spoon into the white egg halves or use a cake decorator to make them prettier
- Using herb scissors or kitchen shears cut chives into small pieces and arrange to appear as football lacing
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