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Easy Deviled Eggs Recipe {Grammy’s Corner}

 Ya’ll, I am so excited to share some news with you all today! My mom will be a regular guest blogger, sharing some recipes from the farm and other fun ‘farm stories’. Her segment will be called “Grammy’s Corner” and hopefully she will share with us a few times a month! Most of my recipes are passed down from my mom and grandmother, so it’s only fitting that she gets to share some of them with you! 

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I am excited to be writing on Loving Living Lancaster! I will be sharing some of my Mom’s recipes for you to try along the way.

I grew up on a 300+ acre farm in east Tennessee. Daddy worked an “outside” job plus raising crops on the farm to feed a family of six. Mom was busily raising us kids and trying to feed and clothe us.  I can remember there were few groceries that were bought at the grocery store simply because they raised most everything we needed!

We always had a big garden, with tons of wonderful vegetables that were growing as long as the season allowed from early spring with the leaf lettuce, to the fall with the root crops, cabbage, pumpkins, etc.  Daddy also raised chickens for those wonderful fried chicken meals we had every Sunday after church, with leftovers to have after the evening church service. We almost always could count on Mom’s “deviled eggs,” potato salad, slaw, biscuits and gravy, green beans and some kind of wonderful dessert!

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Yes, Mom was busy, but she always managed to feed us well!  After Sunday lunch Mom would pop those leftovers in the oven and leave them there until the evening meal. People now would freak out at the very thought of food ‘sitting out’ that long! I suppose it wasn’t the best way to “hold” the food until needed (not refrigerated.) But, I’m still here! Oh, those were the days!

I can’t wait to share stories of growing up on the farm with my grandson, Levi, who is 10 months old, as well as with future grandchildren as they arrive, hint, hint.

Today I would like to share with you Mom’s deviled egg recipe, enjoy!

Easy Deviled Eggs Recipe {Grammy’s Corner}

Ingredients

  • 6 BOILED EGGS PEELED
  • 2 TABLESPOONS OF MAYONNAISE
  • 1 TABLESPOON OF MUSTARD
  • SALT & PEPPER TO TASTE
  • 2 TABLESPOONS OF SUGAR
  • 1 TABLESPOONS OF VINEGAR

Instructions

  1. Peel the boiled (cooled) eggs
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  2. Cut the eggs in half
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  3. Remove the yolks and put them in a bowl & the egg whites on a serving plate
  4. Mash the yolks up as fine as you want with a fork
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  5. Mix in the remaining ingredients with the yolks
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  7. Spoon the yolk mixture into the egg white (secretly hoping one of the egg whites tear so you can sample them!)
  8. Enjoy!
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Recipe Rating




Savannah

Thursday 3rd of November 2016

Mmmmm, deviled eggs are totally my favorite! I wonder how these would turn out if I replaced the sugar with a little coconut sugar. Time to experiment!! Thanks for sharing <3

Loving Living Lancaster

Thursday 3rd of November 2016

That's a great idea, let me know how it turns out!

Krystal // The Krystal Diaries

Tuesday 1st of November 2016

I've never tried deviled eggs before but I love eggs so I'm sure I would love these too! They look really good.

Loving Living Lancaster

Wednesday 2nd of November 2016

They are delicious! You will have to try them.

Sarah | Loving Little Dixie

Tuesday 1st of November 2016

I love deviled eggs, but I'm always too intimidated to make them. These really do look easy!

Rachel

Monday 31st of October 2016

Yum! Deviled eggs are my favorite!

Loving Living Lancaster

Monday 31st of October 2016

Mine too!

Keating

Monday 31st of October 2016

I love deviled eggs! I never thought to put vinegar or sugar in them though. I always just make them with mayo, mustard, salt, pepper, and paprika. I'll have to try this the next time I make them.

xo, Keating | Why Hello Lovely www.whyhellolovely.com

Loving Living Lancaster

Monday 31st of October 2016

Yes, they are delicious this way! I have always wondered why I liked my mom's better than others and I think it's the vinegar and sugar that makes the difference!