Easy Classic Deviled Eggs

Easy Classic Deviled Eggs
(Courtesy: Suzanne M. Woodworth)

 

3 eggs

4 tsp mayonnaise

½ tsp Dijon mustard

½ tsp honey

Paprika (optional)

 

Put eggs in a saucepan and cover with water. Cover the pan and bring water to boil. Remove from heat and let the pan sit, still covered, for 15 minutes.

After 15 minutes, drain hot water from the pan and fill with cold water and ice to cool. Peel eggs.

Cut each egg in half lengthwise and gently squeeze white to pop yolks out into a small bowl.

Mix mayonnaise, mustard and honey with yolks and scoop back into whites. Sprinkle with paprika, if desired

 

3 servings, 125 calories per serving

Hack: Hard-boiled eggs keep in the refrigerator for one week so consider making a few extra while you’ve got the water boiling! They make a great snack alone, pickled or in egg salad.

 

 

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8 Replies to “Easy Classic Deviled Eggs”

  1. Hey Cynthia

    Boiled eggs are so healthy and especially great to fight covid as its high in vitamin D

    Dijon and paprika is definitely a must have kitchen pantry staple 🙂

    What do you suggest I use if I don’t have honey though ?

    Do you think plain yoghurt is a good option to replace mayonaise?

    thanks you made me hungry for eggs at 10pm 🙂

    1. I think that yogurt is a great substitution for mayo in this recipe.  As for the honey, you could use whatever liquid sweetener you have.  Corn, brown rice, coconut or maple syrup would all work fine!

  2. Ooh! What a sweet surprise on an old favorite! I love deviled eggs and have tried a few different recipes over the years and I can’t wait to try this one. It makes me sad that I just had eggs this morning and I have to wait until tomorrow to make this lol. 

  3. Wow I would never have thought of this recipe. I like it because it looks easy to make and looks good. The truth is that I really like to make tapas when we have guests and I think this one is perfect for that. I’m going to try it for sure! The truth is that I am very curious to taste it! Thank you very much for sharing it!

    1. These would go great on a tapas table!  They’re inexpensive, easy to make and I’ve always found them to be very popular!

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