I remember a commercial when I was young, where 1 person was walking around with peanut butter and another person was walking around with chocolate — they bumped into each other and one said, “You got your chocolate in my peanut butter” and the other said, “You got your peanut butter in my chocolate” …..and there it was, the birth of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! (Did I just date myself with that commerical??? But omg….I LOVED them!!!) Anyway, I am going somewhere with this, I promise.
Let’s pretend there’s a commercial for these deviled eggs — someone walking with egg yolks and another person walking with guacamole. They bump into each other and voilà – the Eggamole was born! Well, I know I probably didn’t create this idea nor would this commercial idea be the most effective, given the mess each would make on oneself BUT the taste of this combo is so good! I have a recipe with the same concept but sausage is actually in the mix as well. I served them at my daughters baby shower and they were gone in seconds! These are sausage free but have an additional tweak on flavor by adding a little ranch dressing! I get my ranch dressing from Primal Kitchen Foods because I love the ingredient list! And it’s delish! It’s a super fun way to serve these for any party, even along side traditional deviled eggs. I like making green foods for St. Patrick’s Day so that’s why I drummed these up!
With Easter coming, I’m sure a lot of hard boiled eggs will be sitting around so I suggest you give these a try! All the healthy fats and tasty bites will make this a great snack-etizer for your table.
- 6 hard boiled eggs
- 2/3 heaping cup guacamole
- 1/3 cup ranch dressing
- 2 tsp lemon juice
- Slice eggs in 1/2. Gently take out the yolks and put into a blender.
- Add the guacamole, ranch dressing and lemon juice. Whirl it up until it's smooth and creamy.
- Using a piping bag (baggy works - just snip a corner off after filling), fill with the guacamole mixture. Squeeze into egg white halves. Or you can spoon into them ...it tastes the same!
- Sprinkle green onions on top or even bacon!