Easter is quickly approaching and surely, spring weather, coming-to-stay, isn’t far behind! I made deviled eggs this week and jotted down a recipe to share.
For the most part, I’m not a cook who just whips things up by putting in a pinch of this and a cup of that and a dash of the other. I like my recipes. But there are a few things I make that I do just wing it on, and deviled eggs is one of them. Or salad eggs. Or yummy eggs. Or whatever you want to call them. I have an aunt that calls them salad eggs and my daughter thinks they’re yummy, delicious, fantastic!
So, I measured and added and adjusted and wrote out a little recipe. I will have it to refer to the next time I make deviled eggs!
My cousin’s five-year-old daughter was here in the afternoon on the day I made the eggs. I only made a dozen. My daughter, and my cousin’s daughter, had some for a snack and there weren’t many left when they were finished! I never asked Renae how many she had, but Cheyanne said she ate three. Will have to make more at a time if these girls are around!
I am not a big fan of mustard. My man isn’t either, and, SURPRISE, neither are our kiddos! If you are looking for an egg with a mustard flavor, this recipe isn’t for you. If you want one with a sweeter flavor and a little sweet & sour, you may like this one. My daughter sure does!
I forget about deviled eggs sometimes. I think they make a fun addition to a meal, when you’re having company or even just a special, little touch for your own family. They’re easy to make and they are pretty. An inexpensive, serving platter full of deviled eggs adds a bright touch to the table. If I fix them for us, they usually disappear before I even have time to think about getting the serving tray out. 🙂
And here’s a shot showing a little peek at my serving tray. I was going to do a photoshoot of the finished eggs on my tray, but my husband needed a ride to get a tractor and then it was lunch time and then I forgot and my aunt and cousins were coming and then my daughter and little cousin ate most of the eggs and there weren’t nearly enough to fill the serving platter and…………the end.
But, I really, really like my serving tray. It usually comes out to be part of my Easter decor.