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Creamy Deviled Eggs

Creamy Deviled Eggs recipe
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You may want to double the recipe for these Creamy Deviled Eggs. We've found the first batch always goes quickly!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
3/29/2013
Excellent tasty recipe, very creamy!
posted:
7/26/2012
easy to make, no left overs
posted:
4/8/2012
Easy & delicious. My husband and I devoured them. :)
posted:
9/25/2011
I suggest making these ahead, not just before serving. I nearly threw away the whole batch (I doubled the recipe for a work going-away party) from taste-testing just after preparing these. The Miracle Whip taste was overwhelming. Since I made them the night before, I put them in the fridge and hoped for the best. They are MUCH better after sitting overnight - the filling "sets" and the flavors meld.
posted:
6/3/2011
This is yummy!! I made it for a gathering and had plenty of compliments.
posted:
5/31/2011
This recipe was delicious! It definitely was very creamy and it was easy to make. One thing that made it easier for me was to put the ingredients in a bag after I had mixed them and cut a small hole in one end of the bag to squeeze the ingredients out onto the egg.
posted:
4/22/2011
I make this recipe all the time and every one loves them.
posted:
1/6/2011
It was a hit!!! Better than Mom's.
posted:
9/1/2010
I have used basically this same recipe for years; however, I use about 1/2 the amount of dressing called for in this recipe. We like a less creamy texture to our deviled eggs.
posted:
7/26/2010
this is also the recipe I use. I omit salt and pepper and add juice from sweet pickles along with the relish.
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