Friday, April 12, 2019

Serve up This Easy to Make Deviled Eggs Recipe on the Super Cute Angeled Eggs Ceramic Platter from Precious Moments, Paired with Their Matching Salt and Pepper Shakers - Also Makes for Great Hostess Gift! (Review)

Disclosure: I was sent samples from the vendor in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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This year we will be heading to my parents house for Easter dinner. Even though my mom said we didn't need to bring along, the girls are going to bake a few sweet treats to bring, as well as try our hand at deviled eggs, thanks to a recipe I got off the back of the Precious Moments Angeled Eggs 10" ceramic serving platter, I was recently sent, along with two super cute two little “egg angel” salt and pepper shakers.

With all my experience in the kitchen you would think that I would know how to make deviled eggs.  But, this is one recipe I can never successfully pull off I have tried a handful of deviled egg recipes over the years, and can't believe how they are all different.  Some recipes have tons of ingredients, while others included add in to kick up the flavor, that never seem to work when I make them.  But, this year, with the help of my girls, we are going to nail this deviled eggs recipe, and display them on a super cute Precious Moments serving platter, which I expect to bring home empty. :-)

This sweet gift is just perfect for Easter, housewarmings or ‘just because’ and adds a fun note of humor and faith to every occasion."

Before I share the recipe for super easy, and oh so tasty deviled eggs, here is more about the Angeled Eggs ceramic serving platter from Precious Moments, which would make a great hostess gift if you are heading to a family or friend's house for Easter dinner. Or, if you love making deviled eggs and have mastered this classic appetizer, that is a staple at most holiday parties, potlucks and BBQ's, then is is a must have to display your tasty deviled eggs.


"Easter is a time to spend with family and friends, gathered around conversation and food. Serve up one of the most popular dishes of the season – deviled eggs – on this lighthearted serve ware from Precious Moments.

Designed to make you smile, this practical and adorable round platter features cute yellow chicks with halos and a clever message in the center. It holds 12 eggs and is a great way to serve your favorite “angeled” eggs recipe.

The platter is also accompanied by two little “egg angel” salt and pepper shakers with Precious Moments eyes and golden wings, adding a smile to every sprinkle"


As promised, here is the recipe, which is found on the back of the Precious Moments Angeled Eggs platter box:

Precious Moments Angeled Eggs


6 hard boiled eggs (chilled in ice water for 5 minutes, or in a refrigerator for an hour - Don't Skip This Step - This is what I think I have been doing wrong as I never did this.

1/4 cup mayonnaise

1 tsp. white vinegar

1 teaspoon yellow mustard

1/8 tsp. salt

Black pepper to taste

Paprika for garnish


1. Remove the outer shell and cut each egg in half.

2. Scoop out the yolks and place them in a bowl.

3.  Place your egg whites on the platter.

4. Mash the yolks with mayonnaise and vinegar. Add mustard and salt.  Mix well.  Add black pepper to taste.

5.Scoop mixture into egg white halves with a teaspoon (or use a frosting piping bag for a more elegant look).

6. Sprinkle paprika for decoration and chill until served.

Easy, peasy recipe, right?  It sure is!  I did a trial run of this recipe the other night, and even though my family was hesitant at first to try the deviled eggs, they tried one, and couldn't stop going back to the Angeled Eggs platter to get another, and another, until there were no more eggs left. So, to say that this recipe was a hit, is an understatement.  I was so happy to finally have success with a deviled eggs recipe, and can't wait to have the girls have me make some to bring to my parents' house for Easter.  And, to go along with the deviled eggs, I will be bringing the cute salt and pepper Angeled Eggs shakers, so that people can adjust their flavor preference by adding more salt and pepper.  I know for me, I like a little extra pepper for a kick to the egg yolk. Yum!  I am getting hungry just thinking about this deviled eggs recipe.  I may have to make some tonight just to snack on, as I don't think I can wait until next Sunday -- that is too far away. :-)

If you are hosting an Easter dinner, or need to bring a dish to a family gathering, why not consider picking up the super cute Precious Moments Angeled Eggs 10" Ceramic Serving Platter, and pair the platter with the Angeled Eggs Salt and Pepper Shakers, which look cute next to the platter filled with the above deviled eggs recipe.  

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Disclosure: I was sent samples from the vendor in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

1 comment :

  1. I make them the way my mom taught me. Its similar to this recipe although I dont do exact measures just eyeball it now and no vinegar and I never do an ice bath after boiling just cold water to cool them a bit so I can peel them. Some people put relish and other things, I am just straight mayo, mustard and yolk with paprika color for the top