I seriously have eggs coming out of my ears after Easter. I don’t remember deviled eggs being an easter tradition, however it was a great way to use up all those hard boiled eggs we had dyed. I grew up in a household with three other siblings. My sweet mother would boil a dozen eggs for each of us to dye. Which means we have 4 dozen hard boiled eggs to consume after easter is over. How do you eat 4 dozen hard boiled eggs?!?! You get creative!!! No way I am eating egg salad sandwiches for the next week! I need a little variety. Since I now have my own fair share of hard boiled eggs, I came up with this devilish alternative to deviled eggs.
I had an unfortunate mishap that included deviled eggs and food poisoning at a funeral, I have since been unable to eat any mixture of mayonnaise and hard boiled egg, therefore this recipe has become a great alternative. No Mayo, no mustard! Take a peek at the ingredients and give this recipe a try. It’s worth every ounce of energy put into making them.