Quick & Easy Divine Eggs

A classic recipe made simple and always delicious! I like to call them “divine” because they fabulously laced with Dijon mustard and just a hint of paprika; also affectionately referred to as “deviled eggs”.

We just however added a few touches to make them more special!
Sprinkle just a few
Or without paprika is okay too!


5-6 Hard Boiled Eggs

4 TBSP Yellow Mustard

1/2 TBSP Dijon Mustard

5 TBSP Miracle Whip or Mayo

2 TBSP Sweet Relish

Paprika (optional)

Garnish (fresh celery tops as pictured or try some dill or Italian parsley)

Ziplock, Food Saver Bag with one side sealed, or Piping Bag (Piping Inserts Optional)


Saran Wrap

Makes 8-10 Servings.

Crack, peel, and slice hard boiled eggs in half and remove the solid yellow yolks into a medium sized mixing bowl. To the medium bowl, add in yellow mustard, Dijon, and miracle whip/mayo. Stir with a wooden spoon until a smooth consistency is reached, eliminating any lumps. Add in the sweet relish. Place mixture into a ziplock bag and clip a small edge for piping or use a piping bag with a decorative insert for a fancier flair. Take the sliced egg whites and soak in a bowl of ice water for 5 minutes to remove any excess yolks. Dry the egg whites with a clean paper towel and pipe the yolk mixture into each egg half. Sprinkle slightly with paprika and garnish as desired. Refrigerate for at least an hour and serve chilled. A great make ahead that looks difficult but can be completed in no time! Great for any occasion.

Add a few toothpicks to vent while it chills in the fridge and cover with Saran Wrap.

For those who enjoy the flavor of dill instead of the classic version, opt for dill relish instead of the sweet with a dill garnish for more distinctive/ edgy flavor.

Copyright © 2010-2020, Original Photography, Writing, Recipe Creation, and Post by Andrea Danielle Pistella.

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