How To Make A Beautiful And Delicious Deviled Egg Bouquet

Prepare to dazzle your guests with this creative twist on deviled eggs, transforming them into stunning white tulip flowers. Inspired by a presentation from РОССИЯ on YouTube, this recipe promises to be the centerpiece of your next gathering or Easter brunch.


  • Eggs
  • Crab meat
  • Cream cheese
  • Green onions
  • Paprika
  • Salt


  1. Boil the Eggs: Hard boil the eggs to perfection, then set them aside to cool.
  2. Prepare the Eggs: Carefully cut a cross at the top of each egg with a sharp knife, extending the incision slightly down the sides to create tulip petals. Gently remove the yolk and set aside.
  3. Mix the Filling: In a medium bowl, blend the egg yolks, crab meat, cream cheese, salt, and paprika until smooth. Transfer the mixture to a piping bag.
  4. Fill the Eggs: Pipe the yolk mixture back into the egg cavities generously to create the tulip centers.
  5. Create the Stems: Use a straw to puncture a hole in the bottom of each filled egg. Insert a green onion into the hole to act as the tulip stem, completing the floral illusion.

Presentation Tips:

  • Display Creatively: Arrange your tulip eggs on a platter covered with kale or lettuce leaves to mimic a garden, enhancing the bouquet effect.
  • Add Color: For a vibrant bouquet, consider adding natural food coloring to the yolk mixture to create a variety of tulip colors.
  • Serve with Style: Pair your deviled egg bouquet with other bite-sized appetizers or a selection of dips to round out your snack table.


This White Tulip Deviled Egg recipe is not just a treat for the palate but also a feast for the eyes, proving that creativity in the kitchen knows no bounds. Whether for a special occasion, a festive brunch, or simply to impress your guests, these deviled eggs are sure to captivate and delight everyone who sees (and tastes) them. Enjoy crafting and serving your edible masterpiece!

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