Awesome Deviled Eggs recipe with a big thank you to my sponsor Great Day Farm! #EggceptionallyGreat
Five minute deviled eggs recipe. Deviled eggs filled with a savory and creamy yolk and herbs mixture; then topped with crispy jalapeño and bacon jam.
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How to throw a party
I recently hosted a party. To throw a great party, there are five bases you need to cover:
- The Location/Decor
- Food and Drink
- Alternative Activities
- Party Favors
Personally, I think the food is the most important of the five.
One of my all time favorite foods to bring to any party is deviled eggs. It’s a rare to come across someone that doesn’t have a soft spot for deviled eggs.
For this recipe I took my classic deviled egg recipe and made it more epic. The addition of the crispy jalapeños and the bacon jam just makes it a party in your mouth.
In fact, at the party I served these pictured eggs at, one of the guests said:
Juli I don’t know what the devil I just ate, but that was the most incredible egg I’ve ever swallowed!
I had to refill the plate twice y’all. They were that good!
Hard Boiled Eggs
For this recipe, I saved time and made my life that much easier by using Great Day Farms Hard-Boiled Eggs. These are eggs that have been hard-boiled perfectly and are pre-peeled even. I found them in the deli section at Walmart, and you can get them in either a 2-pack or a 6-pack, plus using the Ibotta offer: you can save money on either size pack.
I used these hard-boiled eggs for my party on a giant charcuterie board, but their amazingness doesn’t end there. As such a great source of protein, I also like to use them as a:
topping for salads
protein source in ramen or other noodles dish
- way to take your avocado toast next level
There are dozens of other uses I’m sure, but these are how I’m using Great Day Farms Hard-Boiled Eggs as a great addition to my meal-prepping routine to stay healthy during this new year.
Note: The crispy Jalapeños can be found pre-crisped in the salad toppings section at most grocery stores and bacon jam is usually by the barbecue sauces or in the specialty foods section. I can always find them! Occasionally I have to ask a store associate though.
Enough Talk: let’s party, let’s eat!
Recipe for Crispy Jalapeno Deviled Eggs:
- 2 packs Great Farm Hard Boiled Eggs, 12 eggs total
- 1 Jar Bacon marmalade or jam
- 1 Package Crispy Jalapeños
- Fresh Parsley Leave for Garnish
- 1/2 c mayonnaise (for a healthier option, sometimes I use half mayo, half sour cream)
- 1 TBS milk
- 1 tsp dried parsley
- 1/4 tsp dried mustard powder
- 1/4 tsp dried thyme
- 1/4 tsp garlic salt
- 1/8 tsp dried dill
- 1/8 tsp pepper
- Dash of cayenne pepper
- Slice your eggs in half lengthwise. Remove the yolks into a bowl, and set the whites aside.
- Mush your bowled yolks with a fork, until there are no more small lumps.
- Add all other filling ingredients and mix well.
- Pipe the filling evenly into the whites.
- Spoon about 1/2 tsp bacon marmalade on top of the filling in each egg. Top that with 2-3 slices of crispy Jalapeños .
- Then finish it off with a sprinkle of paprika and some freshly minced parsley or chives.
- Serve and Enjoy!