This is such a tasty and healthy snack, and so simple. Recipe courtesy of Cooking Light magazine, and a real "Keeper" in my family! Wonderful to dip in Ranch dressing too! The kids even ask for this as a snack!
This makes a HUGE amount of dip, perfect for a party. It's very addictive, I've know people to ladle this out onto their plates, as if it were the main course and not the dip. I usually make the bean and guacamole layers the night before and assemble the total dip right before people show up.
This recipe is from my friend, Rita. They are always the first to go at parties. I'm always up for a new twist on deviled eggs, so I was so happy to get the recipe from her. They are the best I have ever had (including my own:( Yummy! You can add a little more mayo if you prefer a creamier filling.
My Icelandic hubby loves deviled eggs ... especially this version. Leftovers are required as he likes the bacon/egg flavors with his breakfast cereal & coffee. I went through a lot of devilled egg recipes posted here to be sure it wasn't a duplicate & got some new ideas to try for him, but I'm sure this will stay his favorite. As the ingredients & name imply, the recipe takes the "loaded baked potato" approach to devilled eggs.
Mound this wine-scented and herb-flavored fruit mixture over a round of fresh chevre (goat cheese) and accompany the colorful creation with thin slices of French baguette or mild flavored crackers. No need to follow the dried fruit quantities or choices exactly; use about 1 ½ cups total fruit, taking into account that a colorful variety will make the most stunning presentation. Recipe by: Paulette Mitchell
These are delicious little nibbles. I love their simplicity--they are quick to put together and can easily be made on the spur of the moment for an impromptu gathering, but can also be prepared up to a day ahead. The recipe is adapted from one published in "In Style" magazine. Prep time includes 15 minutes refrigeration time.