Binkie Bites: 3 Devilish Dessert Eggs

‘Tis the season of the hard boiled egg. There are plenty of ways to devil an egg. Here are 3 dessert egg ideas you can serve up on a platter!

Apricot pistachio

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Birthday Cake

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Strawberry Cheesecake

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Any recipes I make are usually made to taste. These dessert eggs are no exception. I started with the same base for all 3 flavors. I mixed the yolks of 6 eggs with some marzipan till nice and creamy. About 1/4 cup. Added some vanilla, maybe a teaspoon and a dash of salt. Honestly, you can stop there and they taste great!

For apricot pistachio I mixed in a little apricot preserve and crushed a pistachio to garnish. To make the birthday cake all you need is some rainbow sprinkles! I garnished a few eggs with a strawberry and some crumbled graham crackers to create a cheesecake egg. The possibilities are endless!

Share your ideas for a devilish dessert egg in the comments below…

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12 thoughts on “Binkie Bites: 3 Devilish Dessert Eggs

  1. Oh my gosh this is so brilliant. I love the idea of a desert deviled egg! I think carrot cake would be fun, combines two great Easter traditions!

  2. I love deviled eggs…I had never thought to make them in different ways other than the “standard version.” I feel very inspired…and I am sure I will have a lot of hard boiled eggs around me soon!

  3. I love deviled eggs but have never once considered them as a dessert item. I’m definitely going to try out these recipes. Who knows? They just might be a hit at the next family potluck. 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing!

    1. I put the yolk in a pastry bag to make them look nice. If you don’t have pastry bags, use a freezer bag and cut off a corner. The marzipan is so soft you don’t even need a mixer. I used a fork.

  4. omg! i have NEVER heard/tried of dessert deviled eggs! i’ve had the normal paprika/salty/preppery eggs, i’ve had avocado eggs… but I really want to try these, especially the strawberry one with the marzipan and vanilla! YUM!

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