Deviled Eggs for Graduation

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Summer is on its way and graduation parties have started! My older brother had his open house and this was my contribution. Because of the move we ordered a lot of the food, but I was really happy that I could make something.  I made 128 eggs for the party and there were only about ten eggs left! I couldn’t believe how big of a hit they were. If you are looking for a recipe to please a crowd that is healthy and easy  not too hard to make, this is your platter.

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I found the recipe off of a lovely little blog (SOKBerry) you can visit her recipe for devilled eggs here.

Deviled Eggs

Ingredients:
6 large eggs
1/4 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon mustard
salt (to taste)
paprika

Directions:
Bring eggs to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes. Take off the heat, drain and set aside to cool.  Once the eggs are cool  de-shell them. Slice the eggs in half lengthwise with a non-serrated knife. Pop out the yolks into a medium bowl and put whites aside. Add most of the mayonnaise, all the vinegar and mustard into the bowl. You can use a handled mixer to combine well, then taste. If the mixture is too thick, add a little more mayonnaise. You can just spoon the whites at this point or put filling into a pastry bag fitted with a big star tip. Pipe into the center of the whites so they rise well above the flats of the whites. Sprinkle paprika and it’s ready to be served.

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Enjoy!

-Kloé

 

 

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36 responses to “Deviled Eggs for Graduation

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  2. Kloe!
    Those were SOOO yummy! I think I helped there to be only 10 left….lol! I ate….well….a lot of them at the open house!
    I am excited to have your recipe and hopefully will try it soon! 🙂
    Love your blog!!!!!!

  3. Hi Khloe – I can’t believe that you made 128 of them – that is an awful lot of shelling – I hope you had help! These look divine – thank for bringing them to the Fiesta Friday.

  4. Kloé, these are beautiful! Your brother is so lucky to have a sister like you to help with all of these. 🙂 Thanks for bringing them to the fiesta too! We’ll definitely finish the last ten and more. Have a wonderful long weekend!!

  5. What high school student with oodles of brothers and sisters makes 128 deviled eggs? You, that’s who! Amazing, Kloe 🙂

  6. 128 eggs, Kloe? Wow! I am sure I need help when I make these! 😀
    I never had deviled eggs before (poor me), but I will remember your recipe when I decided to make them. 🙂 Glad you made it to FF.

    Ps: How much vinegar do you need, btw? 🙂

    • I bet you would do a great job! The hardest part is swirling the yolk mixture back in, but f you have ever done cupcakes or cakes, you would do fine. I actually didn’t use vinegar. I decided I liked it better without. If you find you do though go right ahead and put it in there. The original recipe may have it in it for a starting point.

      Have a great night!
      -Kloé

  7. Your deviled eggs look terrific, and it’s a good thing you made a lot, because boy, were they a hit! I can’t believe how many eggs you went through at the party! I always love a good deviled egg. 🙂 Have a great weekend!

  8. That’s a lot of eggs! And yes, history has proved that they go quickly. Did I ever tell you that I’m the Deviled Egg Princess? Yes, ,my mom is the queen. And this recipe is almost identical to her recipe. It’s a crowd pleaser.

    • Haha! That is great! I am glad that my recipe is close to the queen’s recipe! Thanks so much for stopping by Lea Ann. I made your banana Bundt cake and I am planning on posting it soon. Love your stuff!

  9. Looks yummy! Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great day!!

  10. I love how you piped the yolks in your deviled eggs, Kloe! They look so pretty. I make deviled eggs every Easter, but only make about 48 of them. I can’t imagine doing 128! Do you ever have trouble peeling them? I always have until this year when someone recommended steaming them, and it worked perfectly.

  11. Hi Kloe i am a south indian.sorry i am not good at cooking or dishes.but i wanna know your culture,the foods you eat,your lifestyle.we south indians have rice as our main food.idli,dosa,chappathy any idea?have you heard about them.anyway we try many things with egg.curries,roast etc. etc.so what did you do with the egg yolks.you just made them into a shape of a star i guess.you are american right?

    • Hi Sherinsk! Thanks for visiting my blog! I love rice! We eat it as a family a lot. I got the egg yolk into start shape by piping it with a frosting piper. It was lots of fun! Yes, I am American. It is great you are interested in our culture! I hope you can learn about it through my blog. Have a wonderful day!

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