The Classics: Deviled Eggs

Consider coloring your boiled eggs first as a kids activity and even doing an egg hunt!

The perfect dish for so many occasions! Barbecues, potlucks, picnics, and holidays. Especially spring time and Easter. A lot of us here in 2020 are struggling with what to make this Easter in light of the virus pandemic. Deviled eggs is one classic dish that you can easily 1/2 or double depending on the size of your family and most of the ingredients are readily available.

One could also double usage of the eggs by first coloring them with a children’s activity, hide them in an egg hunt, then use them in this dish!

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The Classics: Deviled Eggs
Prep Time 45 minutes
Cook Time 20
Servings
2 halves per person
Ingredients
Prep Time 45 minutes
Cook Time 20
Servings
2 halves per person
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. First boil your eggs. Use for kids activity to color and hunt or go straight to shucking the shell. While you're boiling eggs, you can also cook about 2-3 pieces of bacon to chop as bits for the topping.
  2. After shells are shucked and cooled to room temperature, half length wise your eggs and remove yolk center. Place yolk in separate bowl.
  3. Once all eggs are halved and yolks removed, add a squeeze of lemon juice into your yolks and press with a fork to dissolved the yolks in anticipation of adding condiments.
  4. Add the mayonnaise, salt, and mustard. Mix very well till creamy and smooth.
  5. Carefully spoon the mixture into the hallow of the boiled egg halves.
  6. Top with sprinkling of paprika, bacon, and parsley- or whichever topping you prefer!
Recipe Notes

  Don't be worried if short on garnishes.  We happened to have some bacon and parsley from earlier in the week, but were out of paprika.  I personally love all three!  Use what you can and enjoy this simple and delicious recipe that will help make your Easter weekend menu complete.

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