Baby Yoda Deviled Eggs

fun snack for may the 4th star wars day

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It’s May the 4th, also known as National Star Wars Day! Instead of playing dress-up, which is a tradition in our house, I thought it would be fun for us to make a little Star Wars-inspired treat. Since these Baby Yoda deviled eggs turned out so cute and were such a hit, I had to share them with you!

If you love hard-boiled eggs and avocado, you’ll love these Baby Yoda deviled eggs! They are the perfect combo and look so much like Baby Yoda if we do say so ourselves.

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close up of baby yoda deviled eggs

The ingredients are pretty straightforward. We use Haas avocadoes, the smaller version because we prefer the taste of them. On the day you plan to make these, you’ll want the avocadoes to be dark brown/black and just slightly mushy when you squeeze them. If you buy them before they are ripe, it could take a few days for them to ripen up a bit so plan ahead!

You can also stick the avocadoes in a brown paper bag, shut it and store it on your kitchen counter. While this might still take a few days, depending on how green they are, we have found that to speed up the process a bit. 

When you make these Baby Yoda deviled eggs, you’ll want to create them just before serving. If you leave them out, they will likely turn brown, as avocadoes tend to do when the air hits them.

plates of baby yoda deviled eggs

holding a deviled egg that looks like baby yoda

If you are a fan of saving time, you’ll want to get the Dash Everyday Egg Cooker. It’s definitely one of the most used items in my kitchen. My kids love it because they don’t have to ask me to make hard-boiled eggs for them. It’s so easy they can do it themselves!

It delivers perfectly cooked eggs in less time than it takes to boil water on the stove. Eggs cook in minutes with the touch of a button, and the auto-shut-off feature means you never have to worry about overcooking. Best $$ you’ll spend! 

Once the light turns off, just pull out the eggs and place them in a bowl with ice water or into the fridge. They are much easier to peel when they are cool. 

Once the eggs are peeled, make sure that you carefully cut them in half, lengthwise. Depending on how fragile they are, you should be able to pop out the yolks into a bowl or use a spoon to carefully scoop them out.

small plate with a baby yoda deviled egg

plate of baby yoda deviled eggs

Once you have mixed your yolk, avocado mixture, it’s time to assemble the Baby Yoda deviled eggs. The easiest way to get the mixture into the egg halves is to use a piping tool.

I personally use this decorator tool. It’s super easy, though it does require you to clean up. I prefer that over the disposable option.

If you prefer to use what you have on hand, you can also use a plastic resealable bag. Fill it with your mixture and snip a small hole at the tip. Then you can squeeze the mixture, slowly and carefully into the egg.

I use whole black peppercorns for the eyes and we eat them that way, but if you are concerned about the kids eating them whole, you can always tell them to pull them off once they’ve admired Baby Yoda. You can also use small pieces of black olives or capers.

steps to make baby yoda deviled eggs

The steps in the photos above, show exactly how I make these adorable Baby Yoda deviled eggs.

Step 1: Hard-boil the eggs.

Step 2: Slice each egg in half (lengthwise) and carefully remove the yolks. 

Step 3: In a medium bowl, mash together yolks, avocado, lime juice, salt, ground black pepper, and garlic powder until fully combined.

Step 4: Using a piping tool, pipe the mixture into the center of each egg half.

Step 5: Add two whole black peppercorns to each egg, for the eyes.

Step 6: Slice the snow peas in half and place one on each side of the eyes, on each egg half. Sprinkle with extra salt.

Now that you know a little bit about these baked green velvet donuts, I’m excited to share our recipe.


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close up of baby yoda deviled eggs

Baby Yoda Deviled Eggs

  • Author: Heather l The Super Mom Life


The cutest little snack idea for May the 4th, these Star Wars Baby Yoda deviled eggs are sure to be a hit with people of all ages.


  • 6 large eggs, hard boiled
  • 2 haas avocadoes
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/8 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1/8 tsp garlic powder
  • 12 whole black peppercorns
  • 12 snow peas, cut in half
  • extra salt to taste.


  • Peel the hard-boiled eggs and cut lengthwise.
  • Remove yolks carefully and place them in a medium bowl.
  • Scoop avocados into the bowl and add seasonings.
  • Mash with a fork until fully combined.
  • Pipe avocado and egg filling into each egg half.
  • Add 2 black peppercorns for the eyes.
  • Add snow peas for the ears (one on each side).
  • Sprinkle with extra salt, to taste.

If you make these Baby Yoda deviled eggs, we’d love to hear your thoughts. If you post it on social media, we’d love for you to tag @thesupermomlife! Don’t forget to check out all of our family-friendly recipes!


The cutest little snack idea for May the 4th, these Star Wars Baby Yoda deviled eggs are sure to be a hit with Star Wars fans of all ages.
The cutest little snack idea for May the 4th, these Star Wars Baby Yoda deviled eggs are sure to be a hit with Star Wars fans of all ages.

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  1. These deviled eggs are seriously one of the cutest I’ve ever seen! They are so cute, I’ll have a hard time actually eating them! 😀

  2. I’ve never had devilled eggs before. These sound like a cute idea. They’d be great to serve at a party.

  3. So fun!!! I’m totally going to make these for the premiere of the next season of Mandalorian since I missed making them today.

  4. That is adorable. Especially today, I am seeing posts everywhere related to “The Child!” And these look delicious!

  5. These are so cute! I love that you used peas for his ears. Way to sneak some veggies in there!

  6. This is a nice one, Heather! I should surprise somebody with a serving of these eyes, for the next holiday!

  7. Ha! I love the playful and yummy appetizer idea! how adorable! I’m going to have to make this for my next family event. I can’t wait!

  8. Those are looking quite delicious! My kids and I are a fan of Star Wars and this is the perfect dish to make for them.

  9. I made this for my nephews this afternoon and it was such a big hit ! Especially for the May the Fourth be With You! Savory and fun! This recipe is a keeper.

  10. These are hysterically adorable! And we get to eat them! You may just have created the equivalent of Easter Peeps for Star Wars Day! We can have as much joy biting into these as we do biting the heads off of peeps. Fun and easy recipe. Thank you!

  11. Oh, so cute 😍 These Baby Yoda deviled eggs indeed look yummy and pretty😍 They are so easy to make, I gotta try this recipe soon!😀

  12. I love these. They’re so on-trend for the season (May the 4th be with you). Can’t say I’ve ever tried deviled eggs though, but I’d eat these no problem!

  13. I love the idea of these, my neices would absolutely love them! Especially my youngest, she loves baby yoda!

  14. Indeed such a cool and cute idea! I will definitely share this with my friends. Perfect addition to parties especially star wars themed parties.

  15. I love this so much! I pinned for our next family brunch – this time I will have something to surprise the kids!

  16. OMG! I love these baby yoda deviled eggs! It’s so cute! Perfect for the May 4th!

  17. Thanks for sharing such a delicious deviled eggs recipe. It sounds easy to make. I will try.

  18. Happy May the 4th Be With You! These are seriously such a cute yummy way to celebrate today

  19. This is a great way to get children to eat eggs, snow peas and olives! I can’t wait to make this for my kids

  20. This idea is so cute! It’d be perfect for a Star Wars movie night or a Star Wars themed party.

  21. Ouu, this recipe looks incredible! I’d love to give it a try myself to see how it turns out one of these days. Maybe have a Star Wars movie night, too. 🙂

  22. Not only looks yummy but it’s so adorable. I can’t even eat these they’re so pretty. My kids would love these! Will definitely try later.

  23. How cute! I am not a fan of deviled eggs but perhaps mixing with avocados would be a better option. These would be perfect for a family gathering for those in the family who do like deviled eggs.

  24. Those are the cutest deviled eggs I have ever seen. We love deviled eggs over here so thanks for the ideas.

  25. I seriously was having a rough day today but your post made me smile with your Baby Yoda deviled eggs, they obviously look good and are a healthy treat. Now my only dilemma is I might not be able to eat them coz they are just too cute!

  26. May the force be with you too! These Yoda deviled eggs are the perfect way to celebrate this day!

  27. My husband and daughter are a big fan of Star Wars, and this deviled egg recipe of yours is so delicious and cute. I am going to try this, thank you!

  28. Haha I love these. Very creative cool for the kids and also the adults too. I am going to try these out x

  29. These are so much fun! My kids enjoyed these deviled eggs more than unusual because of the fun design.

  30. Those baby Yoda eggs are very clever. I don’t know if I would actually eat them because they are so cute. Wait. Yes I would. ha.

  31. Wow! I didn’t know that such day occur, so cute! And thanks for this baby yoda eggies idea!

  32. These are the cutest deviled eggs I have ever seen. My son loves Yoda and would flip for these.

  33. These are so fun and adorable! My kids love eggs but I think this would take it to another level. Great way to use up eggs after Easter!

  34. These are the cutest deviled eggs I’ve ever seen. I am sure these baby yoda deviled eggs will be a hit at parties this year

  35. I am one that will opt for the black olives instead of the peppercorns. BUT the snow pea for the ears is too cute!!

  36. These are the cutest eggs! Would be great for a Mandalorian party. Can’t wait to make for my kids.

  37. Those are SO cute! My boys love Baby “Yoda” (though that’s not really the right name… it still sticks!)

  38. Five stars! Those deviled eggs look so good, and they’re a great way to get some extra nutrition into the kids as well. I love it.

  39. Oh my gosh yes! You know I love Baby Yoda. I’ve seen recipes like this floating around and I think I really need to try it out. We love deviled eggs, so this would be a fun twist! Also, Steve, our Baby Yoda, will be amused.

  40. I have to make these for my son! He’s as big of a Star Wars fan as I am, and I love that I can get some veggie goodness in him with these.

  41. OMG! These are adorable. I have a very big Baby Yoda fan here but he is not a fan of eggs. I will have to see if I can recreate this with other food. Well done!

  42. These deviled eggs are the cutest ever! I love your creativity! I am sure any child (or adult) would love to have these baby Yoda deviled eggs. I will make these for my family too!