I love deviled eggs both with mayo and with miracle whip. It is great to have some of each Made for Name that Ingredient.
Ive made my devilled eggs like this for years! I prefer a bit of texture and crunch in almost all my food, so I toss in some finely chopped celery, a very small bit of finely chopped Bell pepper whatever color Ive got on hand, and a bit of green onion..mmmmm delish! People always rant and rave! A winner all around! If you want a bit of kick to the eggs, use less prepared mustand and a dash of (Keen's) mustard powder.
So simple and usually have the items on hand.
I have made these twice - once for a children's party and once for a semi-casual dinner party. Both times have been a hit. Everyone is always surprised at how easy these are to make after they've tasted them.
Thanks for sharing!
Very eggsellant! (I know, cheezy!) very easy and very delicious! The relish was a great add and using the ziplock bag to squeeze it into the egg, ingenious! Thank you!
Best devil eggs ever !
Made these for our Memorial Day celebration and they were just like I remembered my mom making them. :) I used 10 eggs, what I had on hand, Miracle Whip, and a grainy dijon mustard for a little extra kick. Very nice creamy filling and they didnt last long at all. Thank you NurseLinda for sharing your families recipe!
A little on the sweet side for me but they got eaten. I made to bring into work for someone's birthday. They went fast, so I guess they were enjoyed! Will make again sometime with some adjustments.
A good basic recipe, I would have liked something with more unique ingredients
I can't eat eggs, but my husband says that these taste just like his mom's so something must be right about the recipe!!
These were wonderful. The relish really gives them that extra zing! Thanks for posting!