Egg Snowman

Egg Snowman

I will start my list of recipes for this holiday season with these cute snowmen made of eggs. I used hard-boiled eggs, a carrot and some peppercorns. These snowmen are a very nice addition to your holiday appetizer platter. Oh and this will make eating eggs more fun for your kids as well ;).

Time: 30 min, Prep: 30 min.
Servings: 6                                


  • 6 large hard-boiled eggs
  • 6 small hard-boiled eggs
  • Peppercorns
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 skewer / stick for BBQ
  • uncooked pasta
  • parsley



Peel off the egg shell.  Peel the carrot and cut off the ends. Slice the carrot so that you have 6 round slices from each end that are approximately ½ cm thick.

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Cut off the top and bottom of the eggs.

Stick the BBQ skewer through the eggs to make a hole and remove it. Do the same with the two round slices of carrots.

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Stick the pasta into the two eggs and the carrot slices.

Snap off the extra pasta that is sticking out of the carrot.

Stick the tip of the skewer in the eggs to make small holes for the eyes, nose and buttons. Place a peppercorn in each hole and a small piece of carrot for the nose. Lastly, stick a parsley sprig on the side for the broom.

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I had a great time making these funny little snowmen :).

Happy holidays!!!

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Check out my other cute egg appetizers below and be sure to follow my Funny Food board on Pinterest for more inspiration on funny appetizers, desserts and more!


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  1. says

    ‘m the Editor of Fun Family Crafts and wanted to let you know that we have featured your clever snowman eggs! You can see them here:

    If you have other kid-friendly craft tutorials, we’d love for you to submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can get one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for a great project idea!

  2. says

    I love your snow men made from hard boiled eggs. Great idea. May I use your photo in a recipe round up of healthy and festive Christmas treats? I will, of course, link back to your site. Thank you for your consideration.

  3. Gabriel says

    That’s so cute,i am relly big fan of your site/cooking.Keep up the good work Roxy.When you have time and you feel like it ,maybe you show us a recipe for “ciorba de burta” (i have no ideea how to translate that in english).Va pup si aveti grija de voi!! Un an nou fericit!!

    • says

      Thanks :). Actually I think I’ll make ‘ciorba de burta’ in the following days (it’s called Beef Tripe Soup in English :) ). My parents are visiting us and they are experts at this so I may as well take advantage of that while they are around :).

      Sarbatori fericite si voua si tot ce va doriti in noul an!


  1. […] Let’s start with these cute little snowmen. To make them you need 6 large hard-boiled eggs, 6 small ones, peppercorns, a carrot, skewers, uncooked pasta and parsley. Peel off the egg shells, peel the carrot and cut off the ends. Slice the carrot to make 6 round slices for each end. Cut off the top and bottom of the eggs and stick the skewer through the eggs and remove it. Do the same with the carrot slices. Stick the pasta into the eggs and carrot slices, snap off the extra pasta and make small holes for the eyes, nose and buttons. Put peppercorns in each hole and a small piece of carrot for the nose. The parsley sprig will be the broom.{found on roxyskitchen}. […]

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