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Put On Your Dress To Cook: Easy Deviled Eggs

lisa250Lisa is the voice behind Life with Lisa, an eclectic blog about life in Orlando, FL with her husband and two sons.  From chickens to travel, you never quite know what you will find when visiting her blog.  When she isn’t busy writing posts, shopping for her next Karina Dress (she’s looking at the Karina Ruby next) or sharing her husband’s photography you will find her either hosting a twitter party or working on her client’s social media accounts.  She’s always connected.  You can find her on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and Pinterest!


The Kitchen Chronicles: Easy Deviled Eggs

easy deviled eggs

Summer brings about family gatherings, picnics, and celebrations.  Along with these festivities comes some of the best barbecues and side dishes, but if you are anything like me you want to find things that are easy and delicious.  My family and friends can always count on me bringing the best dishes and wearing the cutest Karina Dresses.  Since we have our own chickens I always try to create recipes that utilize a lot of eggs and this Easy Deviled Egg recipe is one my all time favorites!

Put on your dress to cook in!


  • Dozen eggs, hard boiled*
  • Mayonnaise
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Sweet pickle relish
  • Paprika
  • Crispy Bacon for garnish
  • Dill sprigs for garnish

* I always add a touch of white distilled vinegar to my water when boiling my eggs.  Rumor has it that this makes them easier to peel and less likely to “leak” if they break while boiling.

deviled eggs

Cut boiled eggs in half, lengthwise and put yolks into separate bowl.  Beat yolks until broken down into small crumbles (this is easier to do with an electric mixer).  Add 1/3 cup of mayo, 1/8 cup of dijon mustard, and 1/4 cup of sweet pickle relish.  Blend with mixer until creamy.  Once you have a creamy filling you can pipe it into the eggs using a zip lock bag with a small hole cut in the end or spoon it in, if you prefer.  Lightly sprinkle on paprika and garnish with bacon and dill sprig.

These are the hit of the party and sure not to last too long!  Every summer party, wedding, or event I bring them to someone always asks for the recipe.  Since I’m rather fond of relaxing and lounging around in the summer I need quick go-to recipes and go-to dresses!  What’s your go-to summer recipe? Looking for your fave dress to cook in? Look no further than our online store!

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