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I won't rate the recipe as I had changed the ingredients. I used 3 whole eggs, 2 T mayonnaise, 1/2 a small Maui onion (2T), a sprinkle of dried dill and Oatbran bread; the rest being the same. There was plenty of egg mixture to go on each sandwich. Both ways equalled 7 points on Weight Watchers. Thanks for the posting

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Abby Girl February 09, 2011

Yummy egg salad sandwich...I used a sweet onion and multigrain bread...otherwise made as posted...the dressing was just the right amount...I'm math challenged so it took me a moment to figure out I didn't need 6 eggs but 4...duh...anyway next time I think I will replace the parsley for cilantro...I'm not a huge fan of the taste of parsley...but it does make a great garnish...thanks for posting the recipe...made for Spring 2014 PAC...=)

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teresas April 06, 2014

So, so, so yummy. I cut the recipe in half and it was perfect for one sandwich. I followed the recipe exactly, except I didn't have red onion since I didn't have any on hand. Very flavorful!

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awassenmiller May 20, 2011

I have been looking for this recipe everywhere! Thank you for posting it. This delicious recipe is easy to make and is a super tasty meal. Sometimes I substitute Miracle Whip for mayonnaise, for variation. Either way it always comes out comforting and satisfying.

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maliammm May 18, 2011

WOW! This is an amazing comfort food! It was great...but I used only one egg...it was very filling for me... To make it even more low-fat. I used half the serving of mayyonaise and substituted the other half with plain, white yogurt. It was great! Thank you for posting this!

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Ninu Dalal November 22, 2009
Weight Watcher's Egg Salad Sandwiches