Easter Chick Eggs

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A cute way to present eggs at Easter.

Remember to wash your hands thoroughly!

Serves: 2


  • 2 eggsEaster Egg
  • 40g grated cheese
  • 1 lemon
  • Spoonful of mayonnaise
  • 4 coriander seeds/peppercorns
  • 1 carrot
  • Handful of fresh parsley

You will also need:

  • An apron
  • A chopping board
  • A sharp knife (to use with an adult)
  • A small bowl
  • Saucepan
  • Cheese grater
  • A spoon


  1. Hard boil 2 eggs. (Please ask for adult help.) Place the eggs in a saucepan and fill with cold water until the eggs are covered by the water. Bring the water to boil then turn off the heat. Put a lid on and leave the eggs in the water for 10/15 minutes. Chill the eggs in cold water to make them easy to peel. Then peel the shell off.
  2. Cut a thin slice from the bottom of the eggs so the eggs will stand up.
  3. Also cut the top third of the egg. Gently scoop out the yellow of the egg into a bowl and put the white of the egg to one side.
  4. Zest the lemon into the bowl, add the mayonnaise and mix together.Easter egg chicks
  5. Spoon the mixture back into the white of the egg and place the top third back on.
  6. Slice the carrot and with one of the slices cut into quarters. Have the rounded edge towards you and cut two v shapes out of the carrot, this will be the chicks feet.
  7. Place one of the v shapes that have been cut out onto the yellow egg at the top, this will be the chicks beak.
  8. Also place two coriander seeds for the eyes.
  9. Repeat this process for the other egg.
  10. Arrange on a plate and use the cheese as straw and the parsley as garnish and to decorate.
Do you think your children would enjoy these? Parents – If you try this recipe with your child, I’d love to hear from you. Tweet me a photo, share it on the Handy Herbs Facebook page or pin it to your recipe board! sign
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67 thoughts on “Easter Chick Eggs

  1. Super cute, I’d have to have these too! Lovely idea to keep the easter theme alive and have something that isnt chocolate!! 🙂



  2. These are just so cute!! I love that they are so easy to do to and they look and I’m sure tasty amazing!! Yo always have great ideas. I love it!! I’m sure this will be a treat for the whole family!! Thanks so much for sharing this at #KCACOLS. I would love to see you again on Sunday! 🙂 x

  3. These are brilliant I can not imagine any child who would not love having these served up for lunch! Unfortunately we can’t make them as Monkey is allergic to egg although we do have an appointment in May and I am hoping we may get the all clear :). Thank you for joining us at #BloggerClubUK hope to see you again next week x

    1. Oh dear 🙁 It is such a shame for all these children with food allergies. I hope it will be good news for you both in May 🙂

  4. Oh my – how cute!! I’ll give these a go as my toddler hasn’t tried hard boiled eggs yet! This would be so fun for her to eat. #KCACOLS

  5. This is amazing! we are massive egg fans in this house (so we love easter too :p ) but I have never seen people get creative with actual eggs before! I wouldn’t want to eat them though :p Thanks for linking this week! #YumTum

  6. They are really cute! Have you seen the video of the little boy who is crying because his mum made his dinner into a smily face and it is now too cute for him to eat it? I don’t think he would be able to eat these 😉
    x Alice

  7. I love these..looks amazing!my boy won’t eat egg (unless it’s eggy bread) so will have to give these a try xx #BloggerClubUK

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