Heavenly Deviled Eggs

I’ve been a single girl in a crowd full of couples for quite a while. We are a tight group that likes to get together and share meals. I was always asked to bring some beverages or some chips and dip. That all changed when I brought my deviled eggs to a cookout. All my friends have since apologized for assuming I couldn’t cook. They have mumbled around about how they thought my inability to cook might have been why I have no husband. Now, they are busy trying to figure out the real reason I have no husband. (Don’t tell them, but I really just don’t want one. It is too much fun watching them try to figure me out.) Now, when we all get together I am always asked to bring some kind of dish, but my deviled eggs seem to be the crowd favorite and I make them quite often. Come to think of it, maybe always bringing chips, dip and sodas wasn’t so bad after all.


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Heavenly Deviled Eggs
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This is my twist on a picnic staple.
Recipe type: Sides
Cuisine: Southern
  • 1 Dozen Large Eggs
  • 1 tbsp. Miracle Whip
  • 1 tbsp. Mayonnaise
  • 1 tbsp. Dill Pickle Juice
  • 6 Baby Dills (Diced)
  • 1 tsp. Yellow Mustard
  • ½ tsp. Garlic Powder
  • Pinch of Sugar
  • Paprika to Garnish
  1. Boil the eggs. I have my own way of doing this. I bring the water to a good, steady boil, then I lower the eggs into the water one at a time until they are all in. By adding the eggs after the water is boiling, it locks the yolks in the middle of the white, insuring a pretty presentation.
  2. After the eggs are done boiling (approx 13 min.), peel and slice in two horizontally.
  3. Separate yolks from whites, putting yolks into a mixing bowl and white on a pretty serving platter.
  4. With yolks in a bowl, mash them with a fork until they are in small pieces.
  5. Add the rest of the ingredients except the pickle juice and mix well.
  6. After ingredients are combined well, add the pickle juice a little at a time to the desired consistency.
  7. Take two regular sized kitchen spoons and fill egg white halves with the yolk mixture.
  8. Sprinkle the tops with paprika to finish.


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