Caesar Deviled Eggs – deviled eggs with the flavor of caesar salad! Easy and delicious appetizer or the perfect way to use Easter eggs!
This post originally published in March 2012. Updated on February 11, 2019.
I know that’s not even Valentine’s Day but I’m ready to talk about Easter.
What do you do with all those hard-boiled eggs?!
I mean, really.
I have 3 kids. We dye a lot of eggs. Nobody eats that many hard-boiled eggs.
I always end up doing batches and batches of deviled eggs because my kids won’t touch a hard-boiled eggs but if you scrape out the yolks and mix it with a bunch of stuff and then put it back into the egg? They will fight over them.
You don’t have to miss out on your favorite childhood breakfast just because you’re paleo! Paleo Eggs in a Basket is made with spaghetti squash instead of the hashbrowns and you may love it even more than the original!
I’m doing that thing where I find a way to put spaghetti squash into every meal again.
I go through such weird stages with spaghetti squash. I haven’t cooked one in months but now it’s all I can think about and I’m roasting several a week.
I think I’ve had it in every single meal I’ve had for the last week.
These Paleo Eggs in a Nest are my current favorite way to have it and I wish I could say I’m only having it once a day at breakfast time but there have been days when I’ve made it 3 times. It’s becoming a problem.
It’s just so easy and so fast and so good for you!
Bacon and Butternut Squash Breakfast Tacos – the best fall breakfast! Corn tortillas filled with bacon and butternut squash. Top with an egg, salsa, and fresh cilantro!
Heeeey guys, happy Friday!
Can I tell you about the first time I ever got a mean comment on this blog?
It was my Ranch Mac and Cheese from 2010 because yes, I have been blogging my entire life. And the comment was from a man, along the lines of Italian grandmother’s rolling over in their graves.
So I called my then husband in tears because omg, I had offended someone with my mac and cheese. And should I just take the post down? Should I respond to the guy and apologize? Should I just leave the internet forever?
No, I am not dramatic at all.
But yeah, I’m telling you this because I still brace myself any time I take a classic food and make it a little weird because of that one jerk that decided to leave a nasty comment 7 years ago.
Y’all don’t even want to know the comments I got after those Cubano Tacos.
If there is one thing that my husband and I agree on, it’s our love of deviled eggs.
And lucky for us, deviled eggs are one of the easiest things to make paleo. I mean, they are basically paleo to begin with unless you are one of those people that puts salad dressing in them (me!) or… well, I’m not really sure what other non-paleo things people put in deviled eggs. Because I am a creature of habit and I make the same recipe every single time.
So this paleo deviled eggs recipe is the one I make when we are following the paleo diet. I have been known to make a dozen of them (24 halves) every day for my husband and I to have for lunch. And he has been known to eat the entire dozen himself if I’m not quick enough.
My husband is completely obsessed with these eggs. I don’t even think obsessed covers how he feels about them. He has abandoned taking his lunch to work and instead, he texts me every day about an hour before lunch to nicely ask if I’ll whip up a batch of these guys.
They couldn’t be easier to make and it’s 100% certain you have all the ingredients on hand. I’ve been known to decrease the recipe to 2 or 3 eggs if I’m just making it for myself, so don’t feel like you have to make a huge batch. You can definitely make a good little lunch out of a couple deviled eggs and a salad!
For the mayo, don’t use the stuff from your local grocery store. Even the “all natural” mayos have canola oil, so either make your own or specifically order paleo mayo. I make my own with avocado oil and it is SO perfect.