You will ever eat! The secret ingredient to these eggs is bacon! These delicious eggs need real Miracle Whip to accomplish the proper taste. Gluten free.
Prep Time 25 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
- 1 dozen eggs
- 1 lb. bacon cooked in microwave until crisp fried (this is much better cooked in microwave then in a skillet)
- 1 tsp. prepared mustard any kind
- 1 tsp. parsley
- 1 tsp. sugar (see note below)
- 1/3 tsp. pepper
- 1 cup Miracle Whip (see note below) no substitutes
- 1 tsp. chives
- paprika for garnish
- Place eggs in saucepan and fill with cold water. Bring to a boil and boil about 2-3 minutes; turn off heat but keep eggs in water for at least 15 minutes.
- Allow eggs to cool completelyl.
- Remove peels.
- Slice eggs in halves lengthwise and put cooked egg yolks in bowl.
- Mash the yolks really well with a fork or potato masher.
- Break cooked bacon up into very tiny pieces.
- Add parsley, sugar, pepper chives and mustard.
- Add Miracle Whip – start with 1 cup and add until mixture is no longer lumpy, but not runny! I can’t give you an exact amount, I just add until it gets to be the texture it’s supposed to be.
- Place eggs in egg trays or whatever container you are going to use to serve them.
- Fill eggs with deviled egg mixture.
- Sprinkle the tops generously with paprika.
- Refrigerate several hours before serving.
NOTE: You cannot substitute light versions of Miracle Whip or mayonnaise in this recipe. They completely diminish the flavor.
NOTE: Don’t leave out the paprika or sugar or you won’t achieve the right kick for this recipe.
NOTE: The eggs need to cool before peeling. If you are under a time crunch then run cold water over them until you bring the temperature down sufficiently enough so that they peel easily.
NOTE: I start with about 1 cup of Miracle Whip and add up to an additional 1/2 cup if necessary.
NOTE: The amount of sugar fluctuates between one to three teaspoons depending on the bacon you use (and how salty it is). Start with one teaspoon and add more sugar, up to two teaspoons more, only to achieve desired taste. If you try to substitute regular mayonnaise, the recipe will usually require a little more sugar.
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Source : http://cantstayoutofthekitchen.com/2012/10/15/teresas-famous-deviled-eggs/