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For this mother’s day, I’m going to share a quick and easy way to make delicious deviled eggs as shown in Hellmann’s Recipes online. They were super easy to make! Granted, I used store bought hard-boiled eggs because I’m not very good at getting the eggs not to oxidize after cooking them. I’m talking about that gross green ring you get around the yolk if you don’t immediately submerge them in cold water after cooking them.
Anyway, that’s our little secret – store bought ones turned out just fine! It’s the perfect take along dish to pot lucks or family picnics.
There are soooo many delectable looking dishes found within Hellmann’s Recipes, and I’ll be trying alot of them this summer. Who dosen’t LOVE Hellmann’s mayo? They not only have recipes tailor made for mayo, but also great ways of utilizing Ragu Old World Style tomato sauce and Lipton Gallon – for creating more deliciousness for summer get togethers.
Wanna know how I made the deviled eggs? Well since you know I started with store bought hard boiled eggs, so I skipped a HUGE step in boiling and shelling the eggs. If you do decide to use your own hard boiled eggs, try to use older eggs because the shells are easier to remove than fresh eggs.
I used 6 eggs, and cut them each in half
Then I popped each yolk out into a bowl. They slid out pretty easily – just like ice cubes!
Then I used the back of a spoon to mash up the yolks in the bowl. I added all the rest of the ingredients – 1/4 cup of Hellmann’s mayo, a teaspoon of Hellmann’s Creamy Dijon mustard, 1/2 teaspoon of white vinegar and 1/4 teaspoon of salt.
All mixed up and ready to fill back in the empty eggs whites!
Now, time for the fun part – filling them with a pastry bag! I folded it over, as if I was putting in icing and it worked perfectly!
Now time to enjoy it!!