How to Make Hard-Boiled Egg Snowmen

Makes any number of snowmen.

What you will need:


Boil the eggs for 10 to 15 minutes, depending on your hard-boiled consistency preference.

A dozen Organic Valley eggs next to a pan.

While eggs are boiling, make the snowmen's hats. Cut the large carrot into thin coins (for the hat brim) and the small carrot into wider coins (for the hat part).

Use a skewer or a paring knife to poke a hole through the middle of the "hat brims." Also make a hole in the bottom of the "hat" part, but don't go all the way through.

When eggs are done, briefly dunk in ice water, and peel immediately so that the shells don't rip the meat of the egg. (They will start to stick to the egg if the eggs cool too much. Tun them under cold water to help peel.)

Trim the edges of the eggs that touch so that they sit together better. Attach the two eggs with a grilling skewer leaving about 1/2 inch sticking out the top.

Also trim the bottom of the snowmen so that it will stand up.

Two eggs with a skewer through them to create a snowman.

Using a skewer, poke small holes in the snowmen where you want the eyes, nose, mouth and buttons. Push peppercorns into the holes for the eyes, mouth and buttons. (Note: Simply pushing the peppercorns in will rip the eggs. Trust us ... we learned the hard way.)

Peppercorns added to an egg.

Put the snowman's hat on the skewer sticking out the top.

Egg snowman with hat and peppercorn buttons and eyes.

Carve small pieces of carrot into noses and press into the nose hole.

Using a toothpick, make small holes in the sides for the parsley arms.

The egg snowman near completion.

And there you have it!

Arrange on a cute platter for a holiday gathering alongside a dish of "snow" (salt) or dipping sauces like mustard or sriracha mayo.

For more holiday treats, visit Organic Valley's recipe section.

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