Health knowledge made personal
Join this community!
› Share page:
Search posts:

Bacon & Chive Deviled Eggs-more than just an Easter staple.

Posted Apr 22 2014 4:57pm

I know Easter is over. But these deviled eggs came out so good I had to share the recipe. Brent loves deviled eggs so I always make them for him on Easter. When I think of eggs I think of bacon, it’s a fact. So I decided to change-up my usual recipe and I wasn’t disappointed. These eggs would be a great menu item for a cookout, a brunch, a baby or wedding shower, or honestly just as a portable breakfast for work. You could also dice up the eggs whole and make it into egg salad.  Aside from being versatile, it’s also a great dish to bring to a party because they are always a hit with the crowd and it’s a great source of protein & fat. All you need to do is pair them with a quality carbohydrate and you have a complete meal. fitmomsfullplates-deviledeggs

How else do I know this recipe came out good? My mom actually wanted some of the leftovers. I love the lady, but she’s pretty picky. So when Rita says yes to leftovers then she really likes it; that’s her highest form of a compliment :-) She also agreed to keep some of the Chocolate Coffee Caramel Bars that I made for dessert. Even my son, who doesn’t even really like chocolate all that much, loved that dessert. It was pretty awesome. It’s also a recipe I would highly recommend you bring to a party so all the “non-paleo” guests can be shocked that it’s actually made with real food and pretty healthy as far as desserts go.

Bacon & Chive Deviled Eggs
Serves 6
A delicious & easy recipe to serve at a party or have for breakfast.
Write a review
  1. 12 hard-boiled eggs
  2. ½ cup paleo mayonnaise
  3. 1/3 cup liquid bacon fat
  4. 6 strips bacon cooked and chopped into bits, keeping some for garnish.
  5. 2 tbsp sriracha
  6. ¼ pepper
  7. Diced chives for garnish
  1. Cut the eggs in half the long way. Using a spoon, carefully remove yolks and place in a medium sized bowl.
  2. Place egg whites on a plate and set aside.
  3. Add mayo through pepper to bowl with egg yolks and mix well using a potato masher or a hand blender.
  4. Using a spoon, carefully fill the eggs with the mixture and garnish with extra bacon & chives.
  5. Transfer to a serving plate.
  6. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
  1. My paleo mayo recipe can be found here:
Fit Moms & Full Plates


Post a comment
Write a comment:

Related Searches