Deviled Eggs

   

One of my favorite dishes at a picnic is Deviled Eggs. I love them so much! They are perfect to pop in your mouth while dishing up your plate at the buffet table. (Don't tell me I am the only one who does that? Pop one in my mouth and add a few more to the plate!)

Deviled Eggs are quick and easy to whip up. Once I discovered that I could make the filling in a plastic bag and use that same bag to easily and quickly fill the eggs... I became quick to volunteer to bring Deviled Eggs to any party!

DEVILED EGGS

Begin by boiling 12 eggs. There are many who claim the secret of boiling the perfect egg. I always cover the eggs with cold water, bring to a rolling boil, remove from heat and cover for 10 minutes. Then rinse with cold water until cool to touch.

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Peel your eggs. I always have at least one stubborn egg that refuses to look pretty.

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Slice all your eggs in half.

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Remove yolks.

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Put your yolks in a large plastic bag. Roll the edges down to make it a little easier to add ingredients.

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Add some pickle juice. (I have family members who don't like pickles, but they don't know I put pickle juice in these eggs! haha!)

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Mayo, of course.

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A little squirt of tabasco.

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Mustard is next!

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A little salt and pepper.

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Seal the bag and begin squishing! This is the fun part! Continue squeezing until all the lumps are gone and everything has mixed well.

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Press your yolk mixture to one corner of the bottom of the bag. Twist until it looks like a pastry bag tip.

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Snip the end. Squeeze mixture into your egg cups.

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Sprinkle with paprika.

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Serve with your favorite picnic food!

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DEVILED EGGS

12 Hard Boiled Eggs

2 Tbsp Pickle juice

3 Tbsp Mayo

2 Tbsp Mustard

A dash or two of Tabasco

1/2 Tsp salt

1/4 Tsp Black Pepper

Paprika for color on top

Split eggs in half. Scoop out yolks and place in large plastic bag. Add pickle juice, mayo, mustard, tabasco, salt & pepper to the bag. Seal bag and squish and squeeze until lumps are gone and thoroughly combined. Push yolk mixture to one corner, twist bag to form a cone. Snip the corner and squeeze yolk mixture into egg cups. Sprinkle paprika over eggs for color.

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Happy Picnicing!

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Hi there! I’m Keikilani (pronounced: Cake-E-Lawnee) Born in Hawaii, now living in Detroit, MI with the man of my dreams, three awesome little boys, two dogs, and a few stray teenagers. I am passionate about Jesus, my family, cooking, crafting on a budget, and making my home a haven for our family and whoever God brings into our lives. It may not be a perfect life, but I am thankful for every part! Pour yourself an iced coffee and let me share more with you at my blog, All My Good Things.