blog-45_01When I think of eggs, I often don’t think of them as a Halloween food, with the exception of “devilled” eggs.  Again, sorry for the corny jokes.  Imagine my delight when I found these silicone egg molds while browsing Pinterest and was able to purchase through Amazon.

blog-45_02I had so much fun with these items and they will make your Halloween breakfast scaaarrry!!!

Here are a few tips to use these molds:

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  • Wash well in soapy water before using
  • Spray the molds really well with non-stick spray or grease with butter (both the inside and outside). In the photo, some of the whites leaked a bit under the mold. Having the mold sprayed on the outside, made it easy to remove for plating
  • Use a good quality non-stick frying pan
  • I separated the egg yolks and whites so that I could place them in the proper locations
  • The egg whites tend to cook faster than the yolks, so I placed them in about 30-60 seconds before adding the whites
  • If your kids like the yolks totally cooked, cover the frying pan with a lid; however, they will likely film over and not be bright yellow.

 

blog-45_05Here are the final plated versions – my favorite really is the skull and bacon crossbones!   My kids loved these, but they are fun for all ages!

blog-45_06Leave a comment on my blog post, or on the EFA Facebook page, and you will be entered to win your own set of molds!

Good luck and Happy Halloween!