My Easy & Basic Whole30/Paleo Deviled Eggs

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A Staple In Our Home

Every week, like clockwork, I bust out my Instant Pot to make the most perfect boiled eggs ever.  To then make the most perfect deviled eggs ever.  Yes, I am the human that spent $70 something bucks on an Instant pot. And, yes, I primarily use it for perfectly cooked boiled eggs.  Seriously, they peel like a dream, and you know that is the most hit or miss part!  I normally make about a dozen, and go between Vital Farms Eggs or eggs that come from my Great Aunt’s farm.

I leave 6 for my husband or myself to have actual hard-boiled eggs, and then I make 6 into this.  My Easy & Basic Whole30/Paleo Deviled Eggs are so delicious and, like it says, so easy.

Not Just Your Holiday Side Dish

I use these as a great way to add some fat or protein to any meal, or even just a snack.  My littlest, Isaac, slams them for snacks.  Of course, he primarily eats the yolk mixture, but that is where the flavor and nutrients are, so I never blame him.

 

Isaac Smashing Deviled Eggs

They are creamy and really bright on your tastebuds.  The beautiful thing about this recipe, is it is the base to all of my other favorite ways to eat a deviled egg.  You can mix in some bacon, some relish, lox, or make it spicy with siracha.  There are literally a thousand things you can do with this deviled egg recipe and it works every time.

Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs were a holiday food for me growing up.  Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas were the only time we had them.  When I got married, I carried that tradition through.  When my in-laws found out I made them, it became a regular request for our holiday gatherings too!

4 Deviled Eggs

Starting the Whole30, I really wanted to make the meals and special things I love to eat compliant for the program.  I didn’t want to give up memories and my favorite foods.  Thankfully, this is an easy fix for Deviled Eggs!

 

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My Easy & Basic Whole30/Paleo Deviled Eggs
Creamy & bright basic Deviled Egg recipe that can be transformed into anything you'd like!
Garnished Deviled Eggs
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 8 minutes
Passive Time 20 minutes
Servings
Deviled Eggs
Ingredients
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 8 minutes
Passive Time 20 minutes
Servings
Deviled Eggs
Ingredients
Garnished Deviled Eggs
Instructions
  1. I say to start with Hard-Boiled Eggs because everyone does this different. I like to put mine in an Instant Pot. I put 1 cup of cold water in the bottom, with the eggs propped up on the steamer rack. I put it on manual for 8 minutes, and release the pressure immediately when they are finished.
  2. Then I place them in cool water until they are cool enough to handle.
  3. I roll them on a counter top to break up the shell, and then these truly peel in 1 to 2 pieces. Its a dream!
  4. Slice the eggs in half length-wise.
  5. Scoop the yolks out into a bowl, and place the whites on a plate in one layer.
  6. Smash the yolks until they are super fine. I use an immersion blender or a food processor. The old school way would be to smash with a fork. Any way is fine.
  7. To the yolks, add the rest of the ingredients. Smash and stir all of the ingredients together until its a smoother and creamy combination.
  8. Scoop all of the mixture into a zipper top or piping bag. I use a Ziplock and snip the corner with scissors to create my own piping bag. Pipe into each egg white.
  9. Garnish as you please & Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

I store these in a storage container in the fridge for up to a week, if they last that long.  They don't around here.  Keep them in a flat layer, otherwise they will get stuck to each other, silly.

Instant Pot I used here:

Enjoy!

XO Heather

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