Spinach Deviled Eggs

"These look great on the table, and the spinach add great flavor. I got this recipe from my sister in law and everyone loves them."
 
Spinach Deviled Eggs created by Lorry Y.
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  • Slice eggs in half lengthwise; remove yolks and set whites aside.
  • In a small bowl, mash yolks with a fork.
  • Stir in the mayonnaise, vinegar, butter, sugar, pepper, and salt.
  • Add spinach and mix well.
  • Stir in the bacon; spoon into egg whites.
  • Serve immediately.
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  1. Lorry Y.
    Spinach Deviled Eggs Created by Lorry Y.
  2. sissy sue
    My daughter made these for our 50th. anniversary. Everyone really liked them a lot. Tody she is making them for a dinner at church.<br/>They are really good.
     
  3. Marie Nixon
    My husband and I did not care for the flavor of these at all. I followed the directions exactly using white distilled vinegar. The eggs tasted very vinegary and the sugar seemed out of place to us. I was to bring these to a potluck but I ended up boiling more eggs and making my regular deviled egg recipe.
     
  4. Elizabeth Theresa
    Made this version of Deviled Eggs, when I had to bring something for the Easter Service of my Parents Chruch. This were a huge hit, and out of 8 different deviled eggs provided mine were gone in a flash.
     
  5. Adrienne in Reister
    A friend of ours made these over the summer and brought them to a picnic we had. They are INCREDIBLY good and so easy to make. The cook did advise, however, that the black pepper be cut down to 1 teaspoon rather than 2. I see this Recipezaar Chef has cut it down even more, changing the original recipe from bacon bits to real bacon! Yumo-!! The only other difference I see is the vinegar. The original called for 2-1/2 tablespoons of cider vinegar. No matter which way you go, this is a VERY tasty addition to your table. Bravo!!! Thanks, Chef! (P.S. The recipe my friend used was from the book Deviled Eggs: 50 Recipes from Simple to Sassy by Debbie Moose)
     
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