Easy Deviled Eggs

I am horrible at peeling boiled eggs and, yes, I have tried all the tips and tricks out there but, to no avail.  Pinterest fails each and every time so, found an easier way to do it!

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*** Measurements and timing for everything depends on the amount you are making; know your tastes and set forth ***

Step 1: Separate the egg whites from the yolks.

Step 2: Fluff the egg whites, pour into sprayed ceramic baking dish and cook at 350°F until set; set aside until cooled.

Step 3: Meanwhile, scramble the egg yolks in a skillet until cooked through; set aside until cooled.

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Step 4: Place cooled egg yolk scramble in a food processor and add mayo, mustard and seasonings of your choice; I added garlic salt, pepper, parsley and celery seed.  Blend until smooth in consistency.
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Step 5: Flip out egg whites onto a platter and cut into squares; I found using a pizza cutter was easiest.

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Step 6: Add to a piping bag or cut and snip the end of a regular storage bag to pipe the yummy yellow yolk onto each egg white square.

Step 7: Sprinkle with paprika or chives; whatever is  your please and enjoy!

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Do you have a special twist you do to make deviled eggs your own?

MsCat

6 thoughts on “Easy Deviled Eggs

  1. Okay, I seriously applaud your creative deviled egg recipe! However, I don’t think I could cook the eggs like this , no matter how bad I am at peeling a hard-boiled egg! I have to have the traditional look of the deviled egg! lol!

    1. In my opinion: Much easier. Taste: Depends on the thickness of your egg whites / size of the dish you cook them in. I made it thinner so they were more bite size for my kids.

    1. I hate peeling eggs too but, it’s just because I am absolutely horrible at it ROTFL I am much better at separating eggs and if a bit of either gets in the other, doesn’t bother me in the least.

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