Naturally blue fried eggs colored with homemade natural blue food coloring – a fun twist on classic fried eggs!
These fried eggs are naturally dyed with red cabbage! Aren’t they fun? And they taste just like ordinary fried eggs!
Naturally Blue Fried Eggs
- homemade natural blue food coloring
- butter or oil
Separate the eggs. Dye the egg whites with some drops homemade natural blue food coloring. Don’t use too much – the color is pretty dark.
Heat butter in a skillet over medium heat until hot. Pour in the blue egg whites. Add the yolks and season with salt. Serve with bread or toast.
Because egg whites are alkaline, they turn more greenish blue while baking.
17 thoughts on “Naturally Blue Fried Eggs”
Blue fried eggs! How fun!
I made blue rice yesterday ; it’s a traditional Malay dish.
Thanks, Veronica! 😀
Please share recipe
Maybe good for Green eggs and ham reading. Did the eggs fry up looking slightly green in the end?
They looked like in the photo – greenish blue. Thanks for stopping by, Michele! 🙂
Wow, crazy color. It’s great that you can get that color naturally. Would be fun for kids.
Thanks so much, Julie! 😀
Looks like sea foam – Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party.
Such a beautiful color and yes it looks like so much fun! Hope you are having a great weekend and thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday!
Thank so much, Helen! 😀
My grand kids would love this! Thanks for sharing at the inspiration spotlight party @DearCreatives See you again soon.
Thanks for stopping by, Theresa!
Kids definitely would love this, kids of all ages perhaps? It is great to see how one can color foods vibrantly without resorting to artificial colorants. Thanks for sharing with Fiesta Friday!
Thanks so much! 😀
They look like a lot of fun, almost like the yolks are sitting on a marble slab!
Thanks, Irene! 😀