Monday, April 21, 2014

Easy Peasy Deviled Eggs

What to do with all those leftover Easter Eggs?  Well, why not make Deviled Eggs, right? 
 Fill a pot of water, gently put your eggs in, add a few drops of vinegar, bring to a boil, remove from stove, let eggs sit for 10 minutes. Remove and cool in fridge.
Once eggs have cooled, slice them in 1/2.
 Remove yolks and place into a glass bowl and mash with a fork.
 Add the following ingredients:
5-6 Tablespoons of Mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons of ground mustard, a dash of garlic seasoning, salt, and pepper.  I made two batches, one with relish and one without. My family doesn't care for sweet relish, so I used dill, but lots of people like sweet relish.
 Mix it all up and....
You can also toast up some bread and mash the yolk and whites together, add ingredients and have yourself a Deviled Egg Salad sandwich, yum!
Of course, a simple hard boiled egg is fine on its own, too! Add a little sea salt, cracked black pepper, and a dash of Paprika!
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Hope you are all enjoying this beautiful and blessed Easter Day!  I'm about to start dinner soon....
Honey Baked Ham, Scalloped Potatoes, Fresh Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce, Salad, and Dinner Rolls.
Strawberry Shortcake for dessert! :) 

8 comments:

  1. Those sound delicious, Liz. I was thinking about making some this past week but never got that far. I put crumbled bacon on top of mine, too. Happy Easter to you, sweet girl- xo Diana

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  2. I am over the moon at finding your new blog. Oh how I have missed you and your wonderful ideas. I am so happy I wish I could give you a big ole hug.

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  3. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/71494712804039167/
    Where did you buy this picture from? I am in search of a picture to go above my couch and this would be perfect.

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  4. My kids loved deviled eggs. I will have to try them out sometime.

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  5. I am going through withdraws. Post soon...:)

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  6. Liz so glad to see you back. I have missed your blog so much!

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  7. I LOVE deviled eggs. Looks like you make them about like I make them--I like dill relish, too! I have a question, though--do you have any tricks for peeling the eggs? Yours look so nice and pretty. Last time I tried to make deviled eggs I ended up butchering so many eggs while trying to peel them that I ended up making egg salad!

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  8. I was so sad when I couldn't find your blog for so long!!!! I am so glad your back. Your blog has been my favorite and I love all your ideas. Thanks for coming back!!!!!

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