1/3 Photos of Penguins
Penquins made from hard boiled eggs, pitted black olives and carrots Guarding Develed Eggs, each Penguin seems to have it's own personality. My sister Evelyn (Ebby) taught me how to make them several years ago.
My Private Note
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- 1Hard boil as many eggs as you would like Penguins.
- 2Clean a "fat" carrot (first removing the green) and cut about an inch off the carrot from the top.
- 3Cut a notch (upside-down V,) in front and in back of the carrot . Your carrot now looks like penguin feet.
- 4After your eggs have cooled, peel the shell off.
- 5Take a long toothpick and put it into the center of the "feet".
- 6Slip the cooled hard boiled egg onto the toothpick, wide side down.
- 7Slip a short toothpick, through the egg. About half way up the egg.
- 8Cut a "beak" from a leftover piece of carrot
- 9Make a small nick in the middle of a jumbo pitted black olive and push the carrot (beak) into the olive.
- 10Place the olive on top of the toothpick, sticking out of the body, he now has a head!
- 11Get another black pitted olive and cut it in half.
- 12Place each half onto the "arms" of the short toothpick, penguin flippers!
- 13They look great in the middle of a plate of Deviled Eggs.
- 14No two penguins look alike and everyone loves them.
- 15Get creative, give them a scarf or cut the beak so that it's open".
- 16(Safety Note) Watch the toothpicks around kids, they will want to eat the penguins.
- 17(Second Safety Note) Watch the adults too.
Nutritional Facts for Penguins
Serving Size: 1 (20 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
- Amount Per Serving
- % Daily Value
- Calories 555.6
- Calories from Fat 357
- Total Fat 39.6 g
- Saturated Fat 8.9 g
- Cholesterol 848.0 mg
- Sodium 1815.5 mg
- Total Carbohydrate 24.5 g
- Dietary Fiber 8.8 g
- Sugars 7.7 g
- Protein 27.7 g
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