Recipe by mommyof3
"My children and husband go nuts over these. I made them for a potluck at work and have been asked for them ever since. (If you can keep people out of them, you're doing better than I ever could.) The time that I spend prepping this depends on how fast you shell your eggs. I have two girls so we knock this out in about 30 minutes (minus cooking time)."
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ranch dressing, or to taste
1 1/2 teaspoons
lemon pepper seasoning
bacon bits, or to taste
finely shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
paprika, or as needed
Instead of sauteing the onion in vegetable oil, I used butter. The recipe didn't specify which kind of onion I should use, I used four large green onions. I threw in a clove of fresh minced garlic in with the onion when I sauteed it. I used a homemade dry ranch dressing mix, increased the bacon bits a bit and added a touch of Frank's Hot Sauce. The boys LOVED these deviled eggs--they ate every single one.
SOOOOO GOOD! I liked the cooked onion in this, though I didn't see in the directions about adding it in w/ the other ingredients, but I assume that you were supposed to, so I did, lol. Great flavor...will be making these again~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
These are just amazing. I was concerned about the onions, so made less than a dozen eggs, but will be doing the rest of them shortly. These are "slap yo' momma" good!!!
These are delicious!! I omit the onions and bake my eggs in a muffin tin at 325 degrees for 30 minutes (turn after 15 mins to avoid harmless brown spots) rather than boiling in water on the stove. It is easy and still yummy! Thanks for the recipe!
My family and guests all loved these. I will definitely make again.
My husband doesn't like Deviled Eggs but loved these! I was taking them to a Super Bowl Party and he said he was going to tell everyone they were Alligator eggs and was horrible. That way he could eat more. Was out of fresh onion so I used some dehydrated onions. Just soaked them in some water. Squeezed out the moisture and add them to the mixture. Worked fine. Thanks for sharing!
2 thumbs up! I had never made deviled eggs before and didn't want to start out with just a basic mayo and mustard recipe so decided to give this a try. It's amazing! I cut the recipe down to 8 servings because I wanted to try it first and it's definitely a keeper. I didn't add any cheese because my husband doesn't care for it but everything else was to the T.
Great change to our regular deviled eggs! To make it a bit on the light side I used fat free sour cream, 2% cheese, olive oil mayo and sautéed the onions with only a few drops of EVOO. I also reduced the amount of cheese and increased the sour cream for a creamier filling. An added tablespoon of sweet pickle relish gave it that 'tang' that we love too! Awesome recipe...thanks for sharing mommyof3!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fully Loaded Deviled Eggs
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 54
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