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Jenn’s Deviled Eggs

It’s a picnic and potluck staple that everyone, and I do mean everyone, has their own take on it. This past weekend my husband’s side had a family reunion that we hosted, and I of course had to have deviled eggs.

So… Here is my version. It’s very simple and is mostly a to taste recipe (which is of course why everyone has their own take). I do have some optional items on mine… The cayenne pepper and the bacon, but to be quite honest, I would put bacon on almost anything if I could… Which is why it’s on top of mine. 🙂  I have also put chopped chives on top as well as the bacon. For more formal “grown up” parties, it adds a great look and really adds an amazing flavor. But for the most part, I usually don’t do the chives.

Now, on to the recipe….

Ingredients

  1. 11 hard-boiled eggs (my container holds 20 deviled eggs, but I always make one extra egg in case of a mistake or… My husband is in the kitchen).

  2. 1 tbsp. sour cream

  3. 1/3 cup mayo

  4. 2 tsp. mustard

  5. 1/8 tsp. onion powder

  6. 1/4 tsp. garlic powder

  7. 1 baby dill pickle chopped

  8. 5/6 slices bacon coarsely chopped

To taste:

  1. Salt

  2. Pepper

  3. Pickle juice

Directions

  1. Halve the eggs and remove the yolk. I’m a hands on girl, so I tend to pull it out with my fingers, but you can also gently spoon it out.

  2. Put all the yolks in a bowl and add the pickles, pickle juice, mayo, mustard, and sour cream.

  3. Blend with a hand mixer.

  4. Add garlic, and onion powder, salt and pepper (start light, you can always add more). Mix, then taste and add more of anything you need.

  5. Spoon the filling back into the whites.

  6. Fry up the bacon, chop it into small square-shaped bits and top the eggs

  7. Enjoy!


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Jenn's Deviled Eggs

A Simple version of Deviled eggs with a few added yumminess.

Course Appetizer, Side Dish

Cuisine American, picnic

Prep Time 15 minutes

Cook Time 7 minutes

Total Time 22 minutes

Servings 22 egg halves

Ingredients

  1. 11 hard boiled eggs my container holds 20 deviled eggs, but I always make one extra egg incase of a mistake or... My husband is in the kitchen.

  2. 1 tbsp. sour cream

  3. 1/3 cup mayo

  4. 2 tsp. mustard

  5. 1/8 tsp.  onion powder

  6. 1/4 tsp. garlic powder

  7. 1 baby dill pickle chopped

  8. 5/6 slices bacon coarsely chopped

To taste:

  1. Salt

  2. Pepper

  3. Pickle juice

Instructions

Halve the eggs and remove the yolk. I'm a hands on girl, so I tend to pull it out with my fingers, but you can also gently spoon it out.

Put all the yolks in a bowl and add the pickles, pickle juice, mayo, mustard, and sour cream.

Blend with a hand mixer.

Add garlic, and onion powder, salt and pepper (start light, you can always add more). Mix, then taste and add more of anything you need.

Recipe Notes

Another great addition is some freshly chopped chives

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