Apr 10, 2009

Deviled Eggs




I am off to Florida for a family vacation this Spring break. Not sure if I will be posting, so I leave you with this, a classic appetizer, and one that I love! I even have these for lunch sometimes!

*Tip - eggs are easier to peel when they are at least 1 week old so don't use fresh eggs, try to use older eggs. Once eggs are fully cooked, run under cold water.

Deviled Eggs
Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 2 halves Old Points: 3 pts • Points+: 3
Calories: 96.8 • Fat: 7.5 g • Carb: 1.0 g • Fiber: 0.0 g • Protein: 6.3 g • Sugar: 0.3 g
Sodium: 156.1 mg

  • 4 large hard boiled eggs, cooled and peeled
  • 2 tbsp low fat mayonnaise
  • 1 tsp dijon mustard
  • paprika
  • salt and fresh pepper to taste
  • 2 tbsp chopped chives

Cut eggs in half longways. Remove yolks and put them in a bowl. Add mayonnaise, mustard, salt and pepper. Stir well and pipe them back into egg whites. Top with chopped chives and paprika.

27 comments :

  1. I love deviled eggs and these look delicious, Gina! Have fun in Florida!

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  2. Hope you'll have a safe vacation and Happy Easter!

    P.S. Thank you for taking the time and posting all these awesome recipes.

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  3. I love deviled eggs...these looks scrumptious!

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  4. Yummy yummy, love deviled eggs!!!
    I hope you're enjoying your break :)

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  5. My kids love my deviled eggs, but mine are not low in points, lol! These look delicious Gina. I hope you and your family had a wonderful Easter.

    Jodi

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  6. These eggs looks delicious!!! Thanks Gina.

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  7. Have a great time with your family!

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  8. I love your site (although not a deviled egg fan!) One more way to save pts though -- after my fatherinlaw's heart surgery, I made deviled eggs with egg beaters and just threw the yolks out. just let the egg beaters set up in a hot pan, and voila! Instant, healthy yolk! Keep up the great site!

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  9. Who doesn't like a deviled egg? Ours are always taste but ugly. Maybe we should try piping the filling in.

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  10. Dear Gina,

    I wish you a great trip, enjoy and relax my friend!
    Great snack these Deviled Eggs!

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  11. @Sherryl, great idea! @Duo Dishes, I use a sandwich bag to pipe mine, just fill the bag and cut the corner of the bag with a scissor. easy cleanup!

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  12. I need more of that in my life. You know what else I need more of in my life? Deviled eggs. Made a batch the other day... I ate them in one sitting. I couldn't eat that many eggs cooked any other way, I'm sure of it, but with deviled eggs, I think I could eat a million of those devils!thank you for shearing your post.

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  13. I used to use a sandwich bag all the time... just went out and got a pastry bag!! :-) I make DE's alot... sometimes I put bacon bits (REAL BACON) in them YUM-O! Another point saver is try using FF cottage cheese instead of mayo.

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  14. I've never tried it with cottage cheese, thanks for the tip!!

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  15. I can make deviled eggs for ONE pt per two halves and it involves replacing about half the yolk mixture with pureed cauliflower. They are delicious and no one knows its in there....basically I use the same binder as you do with the lowfat mayo, but I do add just a bit of horseradish also. YUMMY!

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  16. you could also add a bit of wasabi instead of the dijon mustard. Gives you the a little horseradish heat, and just a smidge of unusual flavor.

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  17. I tried making these in preparation for Easter, instead of using paprika I add a dash of chipotle powder to each one. YUM!

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  18. My mom makes these the EXACT same way. They're so good!

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  19. Try making the filling this way - put yolks and other ingredients into a ziploc. Mush them up, then cut off a small corner and pipe them into the whites. Easy clean up, hmm?

    Thanks for the recipe

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  20. just made this recipe, and can i just say, it's SO DELICIOUS. got the full flavor without the guilt(:

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  21. I replaced the mayo with plain greek yogurt and it tasted great!

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  22. Does the calories listed count for only one or the serving listed?

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  23. I took another reader's advice and did half cottage cheese and half mayo. These were absolutely fantastic!!! Love the simplicity of this recipe. I would always add onion and relish to my recipe but I like it much better without that. This is easy and delish!!!

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  24. Just made these and they are absolutely delicious!

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