6 Eggs Hard Boiled
1 Teaspoon Mustard (Dijon or yellow)
2 Teaspoons Sweet Relish
Black Pepper
1/2 Teaspoon Dry Dill
2 Teaspoons Primal Kitchen Avocado Mayo
Dill and Paprika to top off the Eggs

Momager says to begin with hard boiling the eggs. If you are making a larger batch to entertain then be sure to boil one or two extra just in case you have breakage. Usually, a 12-minute boil (counting from the time the water begins to boil) should be plenty hard-boiled enough, but Mommy’s recipe calls for 15 minutes so that is what we shall do! (Picture hands on hips like Momager!!!) My favorite eggs right now are from Vital Farms. I originally started buying them at Whole Foods and now you can sometimes find them at other major supermarkets too!

Once the cook time is complete, run the eggs under cold water so they cool more quickly. Once completely cooled peel the shells away. Slice the eggs in half and separate all the yellow egg yolks into a separate slightly oversized bowl, and put the egg white halves aside on a separate plate. Take a fork and press the yellow egg yolks until they are crumbled.

Proceed to add the ingredients into the bowl in the order they are listed. Begin by mixing 1 teaspoon of dijon mustard evenly into the egg yolk crumbles, after the mustard in goes the relish. Add a generous sprinkle of cracked black pepper and 1/2 teaspoon of dried dill. Make sure the seasonings are well distributed throughout. Now it’s time for the avocado mayo, continue to stir the ingredients into the yolk using a fork until its all mixed together.

Use two spoons to scoop the seasoned egg yolk back onto the egg white halves. After you complete this step sprinkle the tops with paprika and dried dill. Plate the eggs onto a fresh plate. Momager gifted me a special dish with little indentations where the eggs belong. It’s brilliant and keeps them from sliding around on the plate. But if you don’t have an “egg plate” then choose a plate that is just big enough for the eggs so they won’t have wiggle room.

I love these eggs. My Mom makes them for us all the time. My Hubby used to say he doesn’t like deviled eggs, but the other day he mused about how he can no longer say that. Funny.


Gluten free, healthy, party food, finger food, appetizer.

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