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My mom is the queen of the classic deviled egg appetizer. And what is better than a cool deviled egg to wet your appetite? It’s the perfect grab-and-go protein bite at any summer picnic but especially when you can play with the colors for the Fourth of July! Not to mention, eggs are a staple to a Keto or Paleo diet, with 1 gram of carbs and about 5 grams of protein in one egg, deviled eggs are a great option for Keto or Paleo eating! As my Viking mother would say—skål!
6 hard-boiled eggs
½ teaspoon dijon mustard
¼ teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
Hard boil your eggs. I know we all have our own methods for this, but we like to place eggs in a pot with just enough water to cover all the eggs, allow the water to come to a boil, turn off the heat and allow to sit for 10 minutes covered. Place eggs with shells in cold water allow to cool completely. Peel shells. Cut eggs in half long-ways. Slip out yolk and place into a bowl on the side. Mash yolks with fork. Mix in salt, pepper, mustard, mayo. Fill whites with egg yolk mixture, heaping it lightly. Finish off with a light sprinkle of cayenne pepper, sliced black olive or a light topping of your preference. (we also love parsley, chives, a tiny piece of bacon, a little cooked shrimp or if you are feeling fancy, a touch of caviar— oh la la)
Fourth of July Tip:
If you want to make these extra festive for your Fourth of July festivities, place a few drops of red food coloring in a bowl and a few drops of blue food coloring in another bowl. After you have scooped out the yolks, place the egg white shells in the food coloring bowls for 1-2 minutes. Proceed with filling your shells up with the yolk mixtures. Happy 4th!