This easy deviled eggs recipe is a must-have for Easter dinner. But since it’s really easy to prepare (and really delicious too) you can include it in your menu all year round.
This is one of my favorite recipes because it’s really simple to do and preparation can be done in just a few minutes. It’s something that each and everyone in the family will enjoy too, so it’s always appreciated on the dinner table.
A Versatile Dish for All Occassions
You can serve deviled eggs as an appetizer, side dish or snack. It’s really a versatile dish so just make it and serve it at any time you want. Everyone in your family will surely gulp it up!
- 12 hard boiled eggs (shelled)
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 3 tablespoons Thousand Island dressing
- Salt (to taste)
- Pepper (to taste)
- ½ cup bacon bits (cooked and drained)
- ¼ cup shredded lettuce
- Cook 12 eggs in boiling water. Once cooked, drain and allow the eggs to cool off before removing the shells.
- Cut the hardboiled eggs in half and remove the egg yolks.
- Place the egg yolks in a bowl and mash using the back of a spoon or a fork.
- Add the mayonnaise, Thousand Island dressing and bacon to the mashed egg yolks and mix everything up.
- Add salt and pepper to taste. Blend well.
- Scoop a tablespoon of the mixture and place this on top of the egg whites.
- Put shredded lettuce as toppings.
Deviled Eggs Simply Taste Heavenly
I really don’t know why they call this recipe deviled eggs because it sure tastes heavenly. And I’m sure you’ll agree with me, especially in the recipe I just presented you because it has Thousand Island dressing, bacon bits, and lettuce toppings.
But here’s the good news. You can actually use your imagination in creating your own deviled eggs recipe because it’s really a versatile recipe. You can therefore add your favorite ingredients to the mixture to make it even more delicious and special.
If you want, you can add cheese, tomatoes, onions, and your favorite herbs and spices to the recipe. Feel free to experiment, because that’s how original family recipes are invented. And who knows, your own Deviled Egg creations can go down from generation to generation!