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Transporting Deviled Eggs

posted by lwhite

eggsforpartyIf you are taking deviled eggs to a party or potluck supper, getting them there in tact is your main goal. Here are some ideas on how to do that.

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1. Put them in a clean, plastic foam egg carton.
2. Place them in mini paper cupcake liners and put into muffin tins.



  • http://Notthebestwaytotransportdeviledeggstome...... Tammy

    Neither tip makes sense to me. An egg carton “had” the eggs pointing down. How can you point a deviled egg down into a carton & they arrive okay? Then, the muffin paper cups seem like a LOT of extra work. Why not just place paper towel in the bottom of a container large enough to carry your eggs (Tupperware, etc.) then place the eggs on the paper toweling. It keeps them from slipping. Take your “fancy” plate with you, and for extra flair, some curly lettuce as the base on the plate to place the eggs on. Easy. I have light weight plastic serving trays that work very well, & easy to transport. NOTE: the comment section did NOT tell you what to put in the boxes, in ORDER to complete a comment. There were 3 blank boxes to FILL IN. I’m guessing it was for your first & last name, and email. We’ll see when I click on “post.” NOT a very user friendly site, for quite some time. Multiple windows to open to just see the days tip.

  • Carolyn

    INTACT is one word.

  • Kathryn

    This is a great idea. By using egg cartons, you don’t have to worry about retrieving your dish. The egg cartons can just be discarded after you arrive at your destination.

  • Shirley

    What do you mean Heloise has been around for 25 years? My grandmother read Heloise’s Hints when I was a little girl in the early 1940s!

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