5- Ingredient Devilicious Eggs

There is just something about a deviled egg, isn’t there? I love how frugal and simple this recipe is, it has truly become a go-to for me when I am asked to bring party food. It is healthy, gluten free, and packed with protein. Winner-Winner-Chicken-Dinner! https://happihomemade.com/recipe/5-ingredient-deviledeggs/

By: Sarah Koontz

I am always looking for ways to use up all those beautiful eggs I get from my chickens. That is why I created these 5-Ingredient Devilicious Eggs! There is just something about a deviled egg, isn’t there?  Whenever I show up to a party with a tray of deviled eggs, I immediately become the belle of the ball.  Men love these little bites, and I get such a kick out of watching them dig in.  (Sammi says she wishes her husband didn’t like them so much. Why do boys have to be…well…so stinky sometimes? LOL).

There is just something about a deviled egg, isn’t there? I love how frugal and simple this recipe is, it has truly become a go-to for me when I am asked to bring party food. It is healthy, gluten free, and packed with protein. Winner-Winner-Chicken-Dinner! https://happihomemade.com/recipe/5-ingredient-deviledeggs/

I love how frugal and simple this recipe is, it has truly become a go-to for me when I am asked to bring party food.  It is gluten free, and packed with protein.  Winner-Winner-Chicken-Dinner!

Gone are the days of only making deviled eggs at Easter. I bring them year round! Dare I say, I do believe mine are extra delicious because they are from my own chickens. Yes, my feathery girls really should get the credit, but who are we kidding, I will take it! I’m shameless, I know.

So go ahead friends, make these and be wowed! Enjoy!

Sur La Table Healthy Cooking_468x60

5- Ingredient Devilicious Eggs

Fabulously simple deviled egg recipe. Make sure to store in the fridge until it is time to serve. One of our family's favorite party foods!
Course: Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine: All American, Gluten Free
Servings: 10

Ingredients

  • 12 eggs, hard-boiled
  • 4 Tbsp mayonnaise
  • 1 Tbsp dijon mustard
  • 2 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • a few dashes paprika
  • salt and pepper

Instructions

  • Slice in half lengthwise the hard-boiled eggs and remove the yolks.
  • Mix all ingredients together and stuff the 10 halves of each egg with the filling. You will have 2 egg whites leftover. Darn it, I know 😉
  • Lightly sprinkle the tops of each finished egg with paprika and salt and pepper if you choose.
  • www.GroundedAndSurrounded.com
    Sammi and Sarah from Grounded & Surrounded are committed to sharing all things Healthy! Heart, Home, & Habits.  Our recipes focus on whole food ingredients and vibrant flavors.

Notes

There is just something about a deviled egg, isn’t there? I love how frugal and simple this recipe is, it has truly become a go-to for me when I am asked to bring party food. It is healthy, gluten free, and packed with protein. Winner-Winner-Chicken-Dinner! https://happihomemade.com/recipe/5-ingredient-deviledeggs/

19 Comments

  1. I so agree, deviled eggs should be made year-round! Your recipe/pictures just look delicious! Stopping by from Ilka’s blog Sunday round-up!

  2. Just the recipe I need for an upcoming party, thank you!

  3. Hi there! Wanting to make these for a picnic, but was wondering how far in advance (if at all) I could make and store these in the fridge? Hoping not to have to make everything the day of the party 🙂

  4. I love deviled eggs! This looks like a delicious recipe. Thanks for linking up. 🙂

  5. These look so yummy!! Thanks for sharing at the Homestead Blog Hop this week!

  6. Wow this makes making deviled eggs look easy. I am always scared to make them but I am going to try this recipe. Thanks for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty

  7. Yum! I love deviled eggs! I’ve never thought of putting apple cider vinegar in them, though. I’ll definitely try this recipe next time!

  8. I’m a sucker for deviled eggs. These sound simply divine! Thanks for sharing. 🙂 Pinning!

  9. Thanks for sharing this. I found your link on Mom Resource Blog Party. I love Devil eggs, and this makes me want to make some. 🙂

  10. Love deviled eggs! This recipe looks like a good one to try!

    • Thank you. And I love you article about how smoothies save you money….have to keep my eye out for fruit and veggies that are “nearing retirement age” and pop them in my freezer. LOL

  11. I LOVE me some deviled eggs!!! And your particular ‘hint’ about men being stinky?! Hilarious! bwhahaha.
    (Btw, SOOOO jealous that you have your own chickens!!! Seriously cool. 😉

    • I give my hubby the stink eye if I see him eating too many deviled eggs because I know it will not be good… 😉 I partly blame Sarah because they are seriously delicious!!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*