Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs


Oh hi. Remember me? Leslie, the girl who posts yummy recipes on this site? You see, I have a bit of “recipe mojo loss disorder”. It’s a real disorder, at least it is in my mind.

It all started when we got an offer on our house, I didn’t sleep for weeks… 4 hours the most at night. I was a walking Zombie. Keep in mind, I require 8-9 hours a sleep a night, so I was obviously a wreck.

I told my husband I thought I was going crazy, like certifiably crazy. I was hearing voices in my head and they were constantly yelling at each other. It was the strangest thing I had ever experienced.


Then we sold our house and I was an absolute mess. Never in a million years I thought I would have been so emotional about packing. Lord, talk about a sobbing mess. Not only was I moving away from my best friend and my daughter best friend who lived a couple houses down, I was leaving the house with so many memories. The house we built from the ground up, the house I came home a married woman to, the house that I brought my babies home from the hospital to. So so soooo many memories, we were leaving them all behind. I eventually got over it and am fine now, but have yet to find my mojo.

We moved into a small apartment while we build our next home…God help me if it takes more than 9 months.  I have realized I am not one for apartment living, not that there is anything wrong with it, but when you have a 2 year old that lives above you and likes to skip, hop and jump around at 6 am on Saturday and Sunday mornings, you get over it REAL FAST. So I hope I get my creativity back very soon. I would like to claim that I made these Deviled Eggs recently, but nope, made them for July 4th. Everyone need a good Deviled Egg Recipe. Me I like them simple with no fancy schmancy ingredients. and NO NO NO relish. We can’t be friends if you pit relish in your deviled eggs. period. end.of.story

Deviled Eggs


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Deviled Eggs
Recipe type: Appetizers
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Serves: makes 36
Classic Deviled Eggs
  • 18 Eggs, hard boiled
  • ¾ cup real Mayonnaise
  • ½ Tablespoon Yellow Mustard
  • ¼ teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • ½ teaspoon Kosher salt
  • Splash Worcestershire Sauce
  • Paprika for garnish
  1. Slice the eggs in half, lengthwise.
  2. Remove the yolks and place in a small bowl.
  3. Add the mayonnaise, mustard, garlic powder, salt and worcestershire sauce to the egg yolks and mix until smooth with a spoon in a hand blender.
  4. Add the egg yolk mixture to a piping bag or a sturdy zip lock bag, sip one corner and pipe into the egg white halves.
  5. Sprinkle with paprika.


  1. 1

    You’ll get your mojo back don’t worry!! Time is the best healer. Those deviled eggs look delicious! Nice and simple

  2. 2

    Once it’s all done and over, I bet you will love your new house even more and think of all the memories you will gain in the new place.

  3. 3

    I lose my mojo from time to time too.

    I love deviled eggs but I can never ever make them as good as my sister’s or my grandmother’s.

  4. 5

    THE BFF, the daughter’s BFF and the rest of this clan will be with you any where you go!! LOVE LOVE LOVE YOU!! Enjoyed the day yesterday and cooking for my favorite family!! XOXO

  5. 6

    Everything will return back to normal eventually and you will be happy in your new home. Sending hugs! We just had a major renovation and I forgot about all the chaos I experienced once I am back in my new kitchen. And I love deviled eggs.

  6. 7

    Oh girlie, moving from a house like that can be so so hard…I totally get it. Hopefully building the new house will keep your mind occupied and get you excited about things to come.

  7. 8

    NO relish but I do add pickle juice to mine 😉 Hopefully the house is built soon! hugs!

  8. 9

    You poor thing… you’ll be back better than ever, trust me! Plus, imagine all the creativity that will spark at 6 am on Saturday mornings 🙂 Silver Lining, my friend 😉

    My husband is a deviled egg addict, which is weird, but whatever. Totally gonna try yours!

  9. 10

    Love your blog. And the recipe is awesome, love deviled eggs. Also feel better, all changes are tough but you’ll get through it.

  10. 12

    They look wonderful – well done.

    Also, hope all goes well with the house! 🙂

  11. 13

    I have a love for deviled eggs 🙂 they always bring me back to our family get togethers, my aunt always brings them! These look tasty!

  12. 14

    We are always looking for new ways to use our free range eggs and this is simply an old classic. As for your moving house experiences – hold fast and you’ll be surprised how resilient you are. Thanks for your share.