How to Make the Most EASY and Delicious Deviled Eggs…

...from those leftover Easter eggs or BAKE some UP!

Love coloring Easter eggs more than your kids love eating them? Happens at a lot of houses! Well here’s how you can turn those leftover hard-boiled eggs into the most delicious low-carb deviled eggs!

How to Make EASY Low-Carb Delicious Deviled Eggs

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First off let’s say that you do NOT have to start with leftover Easter eggs. I am going to share with you one of the absolute easiest ways to make hard-boiled eggs! We’re going to BAKE them! Yes, that is what I said, you are going to put each raw egg in a muffin pan section and just bake them! NO water! Just bake them at 325°F for 30 minutes and then immediately (to stop the cooking) put them in an ice-water bath… and VOILA! Perfectly cooked hard “boiled” eggs! No more cracked eggs, so perfect for eggs you want to decorate for Easter too! Just LOOK at how easy it is:

 

Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven“Hard-boil” large batches of eggs in your OVEN for a fuss-free Easter!

Posted by Food Network on Friday, March 25, 2016




 

Okay, so now that you have your eggs cooked, here is how you are going to make them into the most delicious deviled eggs! 

 

Deviled EggsHere is a delicious way to use up all the Easter Eggs you have. Look for the post on Saturday.

Posted by My Catholic Kitchen on Wednesday, March 23, 2016

 

My Catholic Kitchen’s website actually features not one but two deviled egg recipes:

HEY! I own an oval platter that looks just like that!  The other recipe they have posted is:

Either will make delicious deviled eggs. But if you are looking for even more low-carb recipes you and your family are going to love, well here you go!

BUT be sure to stay tuned to the end of the post to find out how you can make Squared Deviled Eggs! Yep that’s what I said! Super simple and you can make enough for a huge crowd super fast!

FIRST let’s go with the traditional, still look like eggs variety:

Substitute crushed pork rinds for the panko breadcrumbs in the topping for this one: 

AND because you have been so patiently waiting HERE is how you can make SQUARE deviled eggs to serve your crowd!  The Food Network recipe is simple and you can see in the video below how easy they are to make:

 

Squared Deviled EggsNever peel another hard-boiled egg again!Full instructions: http://www.foodtv.com/4e6yx.

Posted by Food Network on Friday, March 11, 2016

 




So which will you make first? How did the baked hard-boiled eggs work out for you? Please let us all know in your comment below or hop over to our Low Carb Challenge Facebook group to share!

In the meantime, ciao for now!
Ciao! ~Marge Burkell


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