Deviled Eggs using Greek Yogurt Recipe


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Deviled Eggs using Greek Yogurt Recipe 

What is Easter without Deviled Eggs?  Deviled eggs are the favorite way to prepare eggs for a few members of my family.  They are delicious and creamy!  Today I am featuring a fabulous recipe using Greek Yogurt.
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You will need:



7 Eggs
1 Cup Stonyfield Greek Yogurt
1 TBSP Dijon Mustard
2 TBSP Dill Pickle Juice
Salt, Pepper and Paprika  (to taste)
The eggs are easy to cook in this egg cooker.  Just fill the measuring cup based on the amount of eggs cooking and the way you want them cooked.  For hard cooked eggs, it takes about 18 minutes to finish.
Peel the eggs when they have cooled down.
Split the eggs in half and scoop the yolks into a bowl.  Add one cup of greek yogurt and blend it until smooth.  Add mustard, pickle juice and seasonings.
Spoon the mixture into a piping bag or a zipper bag.  Snip off the end.
Then pipe the cream into each open egg half until full.
Sprinkle with some smoked paprika for the perfect finish!
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Comments

  1. I like to make deviled eggs, and some kind of cake/dessert.

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  2. These deviled eggs sound so easy and delicious! I love that you used Greek yogurt for a healthier twist!

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  3. What a great way to use Greek yogurt! They look delicious!

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  4. I dont make anything for Easter..I do the dishes. Haha! but my favorite foods to eat are deviled eggs for sure, turkey or some kind of meat, stuffing..gosh..its starting to sound like Thanksgiving.

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  5. Usually a nice ham dinner and lots of deviled eggs.

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  6. I like to make coconut cream pie, and chocolate covered coconut/walnut candy eggs - my grandmother's recipe :)

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  7. What a clever addition to deviled eggs! I love adding yogurt into recipes.

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  8. We love deviled eggs and I definitely love the idea of using no mayo!

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  9. I usually make a ham for easter.

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  10. What a fun recipe - the yogurt makes it a bit healthier and yummy!

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