Devil eggs

Just let me say this, these deviled eggs are AWESOME! Easy, tasty, – and almost everyone in my family  loves them.  These are a great way to get put your Easter ‘love’ in the food or any addition to a yummy meal.   Needless to say, these are frugal to make.


12 large hard-boiled eggs, shelled and halved lengthwise
4 tablespoons mayonnaise
2 teaspoons yellow mustard
2 teaspoons sweet relish
Paprika, for dusting


Place eggs in a large wide saucepan and cover with cold water. Bring to a boil for 12 minutes. Remove eggs and and cool in refrigerator. Remove shells from eggs and slice in half lengthwise. 20140304-121553.jpg

Separate egg yolks and place into a bowl. Place whites on a separate plate. 


Add mayo, mustard, relish and salt and pepper, to taste, to yolks and mash together with a fork until creamy and smooth.


Using a small spoon put the yolk mixture back into each egg, enough to fill yolk holes completely.


Dust tops with paprika. Refrigerate. Serve cold. Enjoy!





Stuffed Biscuits

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These little cups of deliciousness are fantastic!!  I love to make them whenever I have my bible study ladies over, or when company comes.  They are a fun, fancy, frugal way to eat breakfast!

Start with this basic biscuit dough.   (You can used canned biscuits if you are in a hurry.)

Here is what you will need for the stuffing:

1 12 ounce package of breakfast sausage

10 eggs

4-6 ounces shredded cheese


Make your biscuit dough and roll it out.


Cut the dough into squares.  This will make it easier to roll them big enough to put in the muffin cups.


Form your dough and put some in each muffin cup.  Use your hand to press it gently into the cups.  If a hole forms, just pinch it back together.


After you brown the sausage, crack the eggs over it and mix them in.  Cook on medium heat.


When the eggs are mostly cooked but still kind of slimy, turn off the heat!  You are going to cook these again and don’t want the eggs to get too dry.


Sprinkle the cheese on top and stir it in to the egg and sausage mixture.  Then scoop into the muffins.  (I use an ice cream scoop….perfect size!)

Bake on 350 for 10-12 minutes and ENJOY!!


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