With Easter right around the corner, what will you be doing with all those hard boiled eggs you dyed? Well, I can tell you what I am going to do… make bunches and bunches of these bad boys! I love me some deviled eggs! Now for the challenge, to have our deviled eggs pass the H.E.Y. test. (Remember H.E.Y. stands for Healthy. Easy to make. and Yummy.) You can not go wrong in the yummy department when it comes to deviled eggs but let us work on making a healthier, easier version!
6 hard boiled eggs
2 Tbs of plain yogurt (or honey flavored yogurt if you prefer a sweeter egg)
2 tsp dijon mustard
2 Tbs dill relish (or sweet relish)
paprika (to sprinkle over top)
optional: 1 tsp hot sauce if you want to spice it up
Now, I am going to reveal the EASIEST way to make a deviled egg. Once you learn this technique, you will never revert to your old ways again. It is simple, cleaner and just makes the eggs look pretty!
Once you have split the eggs in half lengthwise, remove the yolks and place them in a zip-lock bag. Crush the yolks inside the bag.
Add all your ingredients to the yolks in the bag, seal and continuously squeeze the bag until all ingredients are well mixed.
Cut a corner of the zip lock bag.
And squeeze contents into each egg.
Wah Lah! You now have a healthy, easy, DELICIOUS new way to make your deviled eggs. Simply Un-Devilish!
Mmmmm, these look soooo yummy! I'm honestly not really a fan of the mayo anyway, so I think adding yogurt will be perfect for me!! I absolutely love eggs (is that weird to say? haha) so I'm totally going to try these! Thanks for sharing <3
Sunday 27th of April 2014
I made egg salad sandwiches with my deviled egg recipe this year - why didn't I think of this before? I love this recipe, and the idea of using the bag? Ingenious.
Sunday 19th of January 2014
Great tip, thanks. Btw its 'voila' which is French for 'there it is.'