Deviled Egg Dip

It was another crazy week with wicked weather but the good news is that Spring has officially arrived and we've had 2 beautiful, sunny days with warm temperatures. Ahhh.  I was ready to get out of the house and while running errands, I came across some "Charlie Brown" pansies.  I just couldn't resist the deal so, I decided to give them a home and nurse them back to health.  I gave them a good dose of water, fertilizer and a new planter.  I am so glad I did  because they look great on my front porch and are giving me a big dose of happiness!  Welcome to spring...

Spring Pansies | A Southern Soul

These beautiful days have allowed us to get back on somewhat of a normal schedule which means several after school events & practices.  The boys fly into the house, change clothes, grab their gear and yell…"I'm hungry, do we have anything to eat?" Really?

Deviled Egg Dip | A Southern Soul

A quick, protein packed snack they like is my Deviled Egg Dip.  Turning deviled eggs into a dip is so much easier than doing all that stuffing, plus it's super yummy with veggie sticks or crackers. It's a great snack or party food for any time of the day.

 Deviled Egg Dip

4 boiled eggs

3 tablespoons of good mayonnaise

1 1/2 teaspoons prepared horseradish

1/2 scant teaspoon kosher salt

1/2 teaspoon fresh cracked pepper

Dash of hot sauce

  • Boil eggs and chop yolk and white together.  I use my pastry cutter to make this task fast and easy.
  • Add mayo, horseradish, dash of hot sauce, salt & pepper.  Mix well.
  • Place in a bowl and serve with crackers and veggie sticks.

Deviled Egg Dip with Crackers



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