Would you eat these eggs? [Amazing Photo of the Day]


I’ll never view a scrambled eggs the same way again.

By the way, as far as I can tell, those aren’t actual eggs but rather something made to look like eggs.

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  • Seamus McSeamus

    I prefer omelets (cheese, onion, a little spinach), but I would still nosh on those deviled eggs.

  • janet

    Google [ deviled egg chicks ] (without brackets), click on “Images”, and you will see hundreds of variations….:-)….

    Google [ deviled egg chicks recipes ] (without brackets), click on “Images”, for recipes.

  • David Roper

    Kevbo was right. Just simple deviled eggs with carrot or cheese beaks and caviar eyes. Yummm.

  • DrTszap

    [@CJ Cotter]

    Link was broken in two – should end in “chicks” (including quotation marks)
    Try the following tinyurl (or the full link inside the brackets assuming it doesn’t break in formatting again)



  • CJ Cotter

    @ Luke: The link you provided does go to a WikiHow page, but they claim that the information is not there anymore. If there is another web page with the instructions, please get us the link. Thanks.

    It looks like the head of the chicks was made with a cake icing tool.

  • etim

    I LOVE deviled eggs! But being lazy, I just throw a little mustard, etc. into my scrambled eggs, close my eyes and pretend I’m at Grandma’s.

  • Luke

    I’ve made these before, they’re deviled eggs, olives for the eyes, carrots for beaks. They aren’t whole olives of course, poke a straw through the olive for about the right size.

    There are instructions on WikiHow, they’re not extremely hard to make.


  • kevbo

    Mmmmm…deviled eggs

  • Dave

    I would love to eat those chicks! ;-)

  • JonE

    Yes, I’d eat those eggs; assuming that they are real eggs. I assume that’s cheese for the beak, but what’s that used for the eyes? Olives or raisins? Olives I’d eat, but raisins. Raisins are not meant for human consumption; they are rotten fruit.