"Deviled eggs with bacon and ranch dressing. Easy and tasty. I invented this recipe when I was looking for a new way to make deviled eggs. Week-old eggs peel easier than fresh eggs. You can use precooked bacon if you like.
" — SHARON1026
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These were really good! Mine tasted great with the ranch dressing. I think it depends on the brand of ranch. Peppercorn might be too spicy... I used hidden valley ranch and it was very tasty. yum.
They are really good, but I added some sweet relish to tone down the tangy ranch.But overall if you like Ranch and Bacon you will like these.
These deviled eggs were good, just different than what we are used to. The bacon was a great addition. The yoke was definitely better the longer the mixture set for the flavors to blend. I will try these again. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This was hit and will replace our traditional deviled eggs now....lol
LOVED these! I did add some finely shreeded cheddar as well. Would also be great w/ a little finely chopped green onion, which I will try next time. Couldn't be simplier! Thanks for sharing. :)
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe. I am not a fan of deviled eggs in the least, however these were amazing!! I did add some Italian dressing as well. These were a rave for Easter Dinner!!
Good, but I thought it was a tad bland with just ranch dressing and bacon, so I added yellow mustard, paprika, and salt and pepper. Made it a little tangy, which is good. Thanks for the recipe!
These are a great twist on the traditional deviled egg.
I definitely used way more bacon than the recipe called for... I can't say for sure exactly how much, but here's what i did: I cooked a pound of bacon. I took a couple slices and cut them into 1/2in-1in pieces. Then I put these pieces to the side. I took the rest of the bacon (minus the 2 or 3 pieces that got nibbled up) and crumbled it up and combined it with the egg yolk and ranch dressing. Once the deviled egg mixture was scooped into the egg halves, I decorated them with a piece of bacon I had cut up.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Bacon Deviled Eggs
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 43
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