These Deviled Eggs Will Rock Your World
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Oh Look, The Devil Has Shared His Egg Recipe!
Alright, alright, Old Lucifer didn’t give us his personal recipe for Deviled Eggs because we all know the Devil doesn’t share, especially a dish this good. Now, if you’re looking for a great appetizer to pass at an upcoming picnic or party, these to-die-for Deviled eggs are the ticket. Never again will you use another recipe for this classic eggy delight. Smooth, creamy filling nestled in an egg white hits the spot every time. You just wait and see mister; these eggs will be gone before you can sing the chorus of, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”
Now, I want to stress to you that no picnic is complete without some form of deviled eggs on the menu. Seriously, who can enjoy hotdogs and hamburgers on the grill without deviled eggs?
If you are looking for a wonderful deviled egg recipe then this is the one for you!
Recipe courtesy of Gonna Want Seconds
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Quick Tip: Pre-make Deviled Eggs the night before an event and store them covered with plastic wrap in the refrigerator.