Bug Eggs | ‘Easter Bugs: A Springtime Pop-up’ by David A Carter


Easter Bugs: A Springtime Pop-up by David A Carter (affiliate)
I stumbled upon Easter Bugs: A Springtime Pop-up by David A Carter when I was online looking for Easter books for homeschooling. We ended up loving this book because it is a pop-up with a lot of interaction and some pretty cool eggs. Even though it says “Easter” in the title, don’t let that prevent you from buying it at other times during the year.

Each page in the book has a colorful, interactive egg where you pull, touch, open and more. My daughter’s favorite part is the end, where there is a cool pop-up basket with all of the interactive eggs. I foresee this book being a favorite for years to come.

To pair up with the “Easter Bugs” book we made–what else?–bug eggs!

Deviled Bug Eggs Recipe

Bug Eggs
Recipe Type: Appetizer
Author: Jackie & Ella
  • 1 dozen white eggs
  • 1/3 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 T mustard
  • 1 T sweet relish
  • Salt and pepper
  • Garnish and decorating items: Food coloring, decorating marker, black olives, spinach leaves, toothpicks.
  1. Boil the eggs, cool and peel.
  2. On the bottom (larger part of the eggs) cut a thin slice so that the eggs can stand up on their own. Reserve the sliced off egg to make wings.
  3. Cut top off of each egg about 1/4 way down egg. Reserve top. Scoop out yolk and reserve.
  4. Put eggs whites into separate into dishes and cover with food coloring until you get the desired color for your “bug” egg. (We used yellow for the bee and purple for the butterfly.) Remove eggs and stand up on a platter to dry.
  5. To make deviled egg filing: Add yolks, mayonnaise, mustard, relish and salt and pepper to taste. Mash ingredients until well mixed. Fill eggs with filling and then decorate as desired.


About Author

Jacqueline Wilson is Ella's mom and a homeschooler. She loves cooking and creating with her daughter. She is the co-author of 50 Shades of Frayed: Three Moms Talk About What Happens When "I Do" Becomes "Not Tonight". You can follow her on her personal Twitter account, WritRams and on Facebook as WritRams and Little Cooks Reading Books.

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