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My whole family loves Deviled Eggs and they have been a staple at our Easter dinner table since the beginning. I have to confess we don’t eat them much in the colder months, but as soon as the weather starts warming I start thinking about picnics, barbecues, and warm weather holidays, and the first food I think of is Deviled Eggs.
Can I tell you a secret? I don’t usually hard boil the eggs, my husband does. He has it down perfectly so I let him do it! Here’s his tips for perfect hard boiled eggs: Place eggs in a single layer in saucepan and cover the eggs completely with water (an inch or so above the eggs). Bring water to a rapid boil for 5-10 minutes, cover and remove from heat. Let stand 15-20 minutes. Drain water from eggs and fill pan with cold icy water. Change water and add more ice if necessary until completely cooled. If you follow these tips I promise you they will be cooked to perfection and be so easy to peel.
Deviled Eggs should have a little kick to them, don’t you think? I mean, just the name says it should be a little fire-y! I already love the sweet and tangy taste of MIRACLE WHIP #ProudOfIt and by adding a jalapeno pepper to the mixture it gives it just the right amount of kick! My whole family loves them. We took a little weekend vacation and they were the perfect snack to have in the cooler, ready to eat.
MIRACLE WHIP Spicy Deviled Eggs
min. | Total Time: 15 min.
12 hard-cooked eggs
2/3 cup MIRACLE WHIP Dressing
2 tsp. GREY POUPON Dijon Mustard
1 jalapeño peppers, seeded & finely diced
CUT eggs lengthwise in half. Remove yolks; place in medium bowl. Mash with fork.
ADD remaining ingredients; mix well.
SPOON into egg whites. Or fill a zip lock bag with the yolk mixture, cut a small corner from the bottom of the bag and pipe the filling into the egg whites. Just make sure the hole is big enough for the peppers to go through.
Sprinkle with paprika. Garnish with additional jalapeno slices, if desired.
Don’t know what to bring to your next get-together? Try these MIRACLE WHIP Spicy Deviled Eggs because Deviled Eggs should have a little kick to them.
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Yay! It’s Thursday! Sarah, my Printable Contributor is here sharing another awesome printable with all of you. This one is All About My Mom for Mother’s Day and it is just adorable. I love reading Questionnaires filled out by little kids. They’re so honest and unpredictable. Here’s Sarah!
It’s Sarah here, back with another edition of your free monthly printable! This month, I decided to create something cute for Mother’s Day. I thought about when I taught Kindergarten and I worked on some cute “All About My Mom” sheets with my students. The answers little kids give to some common questions are so funny, and I know as a Mom, those are the things I want to preserve.
I decided to create my own All About Mom questionnaire for kids to fill out. This would be great for teachers to use, as well as Dads, grandparents, and anyone else who can help a child sneak away from Mom for a few minutes to get some top secret answers. If kids can print themselves already, it is even cuter in their handwriting, but it also works when an adult writes it! (Here’s a pic my friend snapped of her son filling one out!)
I created two versions – one in color and one in black & white, which you can grab here. I also included two sizes – one is a full page print, and the other is an 8×10 print, for use in a frame. If you are having trouble printing the full page print without your edges being cut off, the 8×10 print will work best for you too.
Hope you enjoy this printable and your kids have fun with it! Have a Happy Easter, and see you again next month!
I love Sarah’s idea of framing the Questionnaire. It would be fun to have kids fill out a new one every year and then replace it in the frame. I love comparing my kids projects from year to year. Have a wonderful Easter!
Don’t forget to visit Sarah where she blogs regularly, at Becoming Martha!