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Friday, March 23, 2018

Deviled Egg Dip

Whether you are just a fan of the flavor of deviled eggs but don't like the work of making them or you have extra hard boiled eggs you need used up, this dip is the perfect answer! It is easy and tasty!


bowl of deviled egg dip with carrots, cucumbers and crackers for dipping


    Deviled egg dip gives you all that flavor you love without the pressure to make them look pretty.  It comes together quick and easily and is perfect with a variety of dippers.  Whether you are looking for a way to use up your Easter eggs or you want a fun appetizer for you next BBQ, this fun dip is perfect for so many occasions.


It is hard boiled egg season.  If your family is anything like mine, there will be plenty.

    Little Dude loves to dye them, but to be honest he's not the only one.  I love it too and even though they might not admit it I even have a few brothers who still like to dye the eggs too.

    Luckily we like eggs and use them in lots of ways.  My husband and Little Dude like to mash them up with some salt and pepper and just eat them like that.

    We also enjoy deviled ham and egg salad, eggs in our tuna salad and eggs on salad.  But deviled eggs are one of our favorite ways to enjoy hard boiled eggs.  The problem is they are so much work!

     Plus there is the issue of peeling a pretty egg.  I can peel a dozen eggs for egg salad, no problem.  They will probably look nice too.

big bowl of deviled egg dip topped with chopped eggs, green onions and paprika


     But tell me I'm peeling them for deviled eggs and I am sure to run into problems. The shells will hold on for dear life and I'll end up with hunks of missing white.  Or the yolks will be all on one side, so one wall will be paper thin.

     Is that just me?  So instead of going through that hassle, I make deviled egg inspired recipes instead.

    I use the flavors I know we love from MiMi's deviled eggs and turn them into other things.  Deviled egg potato salad is a great one and this dip is another favorite.

bird's eye of big serving dish with dip, veggies and crackers


     I have made it for our Easter party in years past and it was a hit.  I made it again recently for family dinner and I was shocked how quickly the bowl emptied.

  The bet part is how easily it comes together.  The food processor does the heavy lifting, so no perfect eggs required.

     I like to stir in some chopped eggs at the end for texture.  Then just garnish it the way you like your deviled eggs and you are ready to go!

Boiling Eggs in the Instant Pot

If you want to use your instant pot to make the hard boiled eggs, it is really easy! You can use the 5-5-5 method.

What is the 5-5-5 method?  Put the eggs on a rack in the instant pot with a cup of water on the bottom of the insert.

Cook the eggs for 5 minutes on high pressure.  Let the pressure naturally release for 5 minutes. Add ice water and let them cool for 5 minutes. 

Voila! Great hard boiled eggs! 

 What do you do with all of the hard boiled eggs around the house at Easter time? Tell me all about your favorite recipes in the comments or on social media. 
 





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appetizer
American
Yield: 24 servings
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Deviled Egg Dip

Deviled Egg Dip

Deviled egg dip gives you all that flavor you love without the pressure to make them look pretty. It comes together quick and easily and is perfect with a variety of dippers. Whether you are looking for a way to use up your Easter eggs or you want a fun appetizer for you next BBQ, this fun dip is perfect for so many occasions.
prep time: 10 Mcook time: total time: 10 M

ingredients:

  • 12 eggs, hard boiled - divided
  • 8 ounces cream cheese
  • 3/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 Tablespoons vinegar
  • 2 Tablespoons mustard
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper
  • paprika and green onion for garnish

instructions:

How to cook Deviled Egg Dip

  1. Throw 6 eggs,5 more egg yolks, the cream cheese, mayo, vinegar, mustard, sugar, salt and pepper into a food processor and process until mostly smooth.
  2. Chop the 5 egg white leftover from step one and fold into smooth mixture. Spoon into serving dish.
  3. Slice or chop final egg and arrange on top. Garnish with paprika and green onion if desired.
  4. Serve with crackers, veggies or chips.
Calories
120.82
Fat (grams)
11.11
Sat. Fat (grams)
3.54
Carbs (grams)
1.21
Fiber (grams)
0.11
Net carbs
1.10
Sugar (grams)
0.89
Protein (grams)
3.87
Sodium (milligrams)
162.65
Cholesterol (grams)
105.68

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Whether you are just a fan of the flavor of deviled eggs but don't like the work of making them or you have extra hard boiled eggs you need used up, this dip is the perfect answer! It is easy and tasty!



Whether you are just a fan of the flavor of deviled eggs but don't like the work of making them or you have extra hard boiled eggs you need used up, this dip is the perfect answer! It is easy and tasty!


24 comments:

  1. This sounds yummy. I reckon hubby would like it.

    Thanks for sharing, pinned to make.

    Over from Idea Box Linky Party

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    1. Mine loved it, I hope yours does too! Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. This dip looks pretty tasty! Thanks again for linking up with Idea Box. :)

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    1. It is so good! I am not great at making pretty pealed hard boiled eggs, so this takes the pressure off. Thanks for hosting!

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  3. I'm liking this idea! It looks a lot easier and faster than deviled eggs. :) Thanks for stopping by and sharing this on Five Friday Finds! I'm looking forward to what you share this week. :)

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    1. It is so much easier and everyone loved it! Thanks for hosting!

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  4. So perfect for around Easter. I once made a whole batch of eggs for deviled eggs that just would not peel right - I wish I would have had this recipe!

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    1. It seems like I can peel eggs just fine until I need them to look nice for something and they everything goes down the tubes! I love the dip because it takes all of the pressure off to get them perfect.

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  5. Oh this sounds so delicious! Such a neat idea!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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    1. I am terrible at getting hard boiled eggs to peel nice when I am under pressure, so this is a great way to take the pressure off!

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  6. Wow Carlee, this sounds really good!
    Thanks for sharing this appetizer recipe at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.

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    1. Thank you! I love deviled eggs, but hate having to peel them and make them look pretty so this is a perfect way for me to go!

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  7. Carlee, this looks delicious, I love deviled eggs and I like the cream cheese twist in the dip. I could make this and then the cake pop fake eggs at the same time that way I could fool everybody with the fake eggs and have the dip on the side so they can get the real thing. The best!

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    1. That would be very nice of you. I need to make my husband a batch of this to make up for the cake deviled eggs!

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  8. Deviled Eggs in a Dip Form! This is brilliant!! Happy weekend beautiful!

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  9. Why haven't I thought of this before! I love it when there is left over insides from making deviled eggs and my family and I will eat it spread of club crackers!

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    1. This is so much easier than stuffing all of those individual eggs and you get to pick out fun dippers to boot!

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  10. And those farm fresh eggs are even more problematic on peeling nicely! This is genius. And delicious!

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  11. This is a fabulous idea. We love deviled eggs and this is a way to have that deliciousness in something besides eggs. I had never thought of this, but am anxious to try it.

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    1. It's so much easier to make for a crowd this way than filling all of those eggs!

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  12. I saved this to make at Easter! Looks like a great appetizer for a big family meal!

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    1. I hope you love it! It is a great way to get that flavor without having to make so many individual deviled eggs.

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