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Favorite Topped Deviled Eggs

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It's a given that deviled eggs are always the hit of the party. What's surprising is that this version fits into a smart eating plan.
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15 min
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15 min
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24 servings
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posted:
3/29/2007
The egg filling melts in your mouth! :)
posted:
3/21/2007
very close to my recipe;i put can cheddar; &TOBASCO;um good ........GARY 43
posted:
3/21/2007
The recipe was very easy and quick. I simply loved it. I went to the groceries store during my lunch to get the items needed and couldn't wait til I got home to make the recipe.
posted:
3/21/2007
I haven't made it yet. It is close to my recipe so it has to be good
posted:
3/20/2007
GREAT!
posted:
3/20/2007
great appetizer, good for a diet, very easy and quick to prepare any time, also elegant to take to parties or pot lock.
posted:
3/20/2007
I liked the added cream cheese...gives it a creamier texture. I like to use chili powder to top it off, same color..kicks it up a bit.
posted:
3/20/2007
Deviled eggs are usually for a family affair, so I used the real cream cheese. Now here's an extra tip- for Maryland style deviled eggs, add some crab or shrimp to cooked egg yolk mixture, and instead of paprika for color, sprinkle on some Old Bay Seasoning. Growing up in PA , though I now live in Maryland, egg and olive salad, was always a sandwich favorite. I make egg and olive deviled eggs. Just remember no salt. Olives are salty enough. Chop up green pimento stuffed olives, mix with cooked egg yolks and Kraft mayo, and you have a yummy PA style deviled egg. They are colorful, with the pimento and olive, but you can sprinkle the paprika on top. The possibilities for deviled eggs are endless. Try the ripe olives instead of the green, add a sliver of roasted pepper on top. So pretty and if you like the ripe olives- yummy.
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