Not Even the Threat of White Walkers Should Stop You From Enjoying These Game of Thrones Deviled Eggs

Not Even the Threat of White Walkers Should Stop You From Enjoying These Game of Thrones Deviled Eggs

We can’t tell you how the final season of Game of Thrones will end, but we can make sure you’re prepared with delicious, high protein party treats for your next viewing party! This is your classic deviled egg recipe, but with a little fire and ice love. We’d like to call them Dragon Eggs, but we don’t think Daenerys would appreciate us cooking her baby dragons before they’re born. Check out the full recipe below and root for Jon Snow!



Yields: 6 servings |  Serving Size: 1 egg

Calories: 124 | Protein: 9g  | Fat: 9g | Net Carb: <1g

Total Carb: 1g 

Prep Time:  10 mins  | Cook Time:  5 minutes | Total Time: 25 mins




  1. Boil eggs for 9-10 minutes, remove and instantly place them in a bowl of ice water. 
  2. Once the eggs have cooled down, crack them without removing the shell.
  3. In a large plastic ziploc bag, add 2-3 drops of blue food coloring along with the cracked eggs and close the bag.
  4. Rub and move the food coloring around until it’s been evenly distributed between the eggs.
  5. Let sit for 10-15 minutes.
  6. Remove shells from eggs and cut in half, from narrow top of egg to wider bottom of egg.
  7. Remove all the yolks and place them into a large mixing bowl.
  8. Add in the mayonnaise, mustard and salt and mix until combined.
  9. Scoop the egg/mayo mixture into the center of the emptied egg whites.
  10. Top with tortilla chip pieces and paprika.
  11. After every bite, say “winter is coming”



    Made them for our team meeting and our personal trainers loved them. Really fun healthy way to get some protein.


    Hi, I made these, stuck them in the fridge and the colors bled together. Went from a nice cracked shell look to just a blob of blended colors. How do I prevent the lines from bleeding into each other? Thanks

    • Levi Harris

      Hey Tammy, in our experience using just the tiniest bit of dye goes a long way. Since it’s a cracked egg and they all crack differently, you’re bound to get varying results.

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