Deviled Eggs


Who doesn’t love Deviled Eggs? This is an classic staple that is enjoyed as breakfast, lunch, dinner, appetizer, party food, you name it! And to top it off, it is so easy to make!

Now there are so many ways you can make deviled eggs based on flavors, toppings, and ratio of the basic ingredients to suit your tastes. It’s so much fun to try different flavors and combinations so I say go ahead and go crazy with the taste testings!

After trying a few different flavors, my husband and I found this recipe to be our favorite! So I hope you like it and I hope this recipe can come in handy for you for a last mount food and party idea!

Let’s get to the recipe, shall we????


6 eggs

2 tbsp mustard

1/4 cup organic mayonnaise

1 tsp dried dill



Bring water to a high boil. Add eggs and wait until it comes back to a boil and set your timer for 12 minutes. Once complete, remove shells.

Place boiled eggs in the fridge until fully cooled.

Once cooled, place eggs on platter or plate and cut each one in half. Remove yolk and put in a separate bowl. Using a fork, mash yolk as fine as you can.

Add your mayo and mustard to yolk and combine until smooth. Add dill and stir.

Now, use a spoon to dollop the yolk mixture into the half egg whites or if you want to be a little fancy, grab a small sandwich plastic bag and add yolk mixture into the bag. Proceed to close the bag and cut the corner of your bag and pipe it into your egg whites in a nice design.

Once you have put the yolk mixture back into your eggs whites, grab the paprika and sprinkle on top. Voila!

The picture below is a picture of when I put red pepper flakes in the yolk mixture and sprinkled dill on top. You can tell I love dill, can’t you? Haha!

Enjoy everyone!




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