The first time I ate deviled eggs was at a family dinner party. I must have been in middle or high school, but I remember taking my first bite quite cautiously, unsure of what exactly I was biting into.
Though I’ll almost always choose a savory egg scramble or omelette over any other breakfast dish today, I wasn’t always so fond of eggs — especially hard boiled. So, imagine my surprise when that initial taste of deviled eggs made me an instant fan.
Since then, it seems I’ve only had deviled eggs on rare and — often times — special occasions. I had assumed the reason for that was that deviled eggs must be difficult to make.
When my friend Rachel, of the upcoming food blog The Heated Skillet, and I prepped for a happy hour I hosted for fellow Grand Rapids bloggers, I realized how wrong I was.
I was throwing the blogger party on behalf of La Terra Fina to showcase how their dips can be easily used to create tasty appetizers for effortless entertaining. For the party, Rachel created four unique recipes that we prepped in my kitchen the hour before the party.
So, we boiled a dozen eggs, peeled off the shells, and whisked the yolks with La Terra Fina Spinach & Parmesan dip. In about 30 minutes, we had two dozen delicious deviled eggs to serve to my guests.
These were so easy to make, I’ll definitely use this recipe any time I have a craving for deviled eggs. In case you were wondering, they were a hit at the party, too!
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La Terra Fina Spinach & Parmesan Deviled Eggs Recipe
- 12 Eggs
- 1 Container La Terra Fina Spinach & Parmesan Dip & Spread
- 1 Tbsp. Pickle Relish
- Paprika for garnish
- Place eggs at the bottom of a saucepan and fill with water until the tops of the eggs are completely covered.
- Heat the pot on high heat until water comes to rolling boil.
- Turn heat off and cover the pot for 10 minutes.
- Take the eggs out of the water and remove their shells.
- Cut eggs in half length wise and remove yolks into a small bowl.
- Mix together the container of La Terra Fina Spinach & Parmesan Dip and egg yolks until fully blended.
- Add in pickle relish and mix again.
- Place the mixture in the egg cups.
- Sprinkle paprika to garnish.
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More Recipes Featuring La Terra Fina Dips
- La Terra Fina Spinach and Kale Dip Stuffed Sweet Peppers
- Spicy Sweet-Potato Bites
- La Terra Fina Spinach, Artichoke & Parmesan Dip Stuffed Jalapeños Topped with Medjool Dates — Coming soon!
What are your favorite appetizers to have at your holiday gatherings?
Disclosure: This blog post is part of a series of recipes featuring La Terra Fina dips and spreads. I’d like to thank La Terra Fina for sponsoring the series. This post also contains affiliate links. As always, all opinions are my own. This recipe was developed by Rachel Lehmkuhle, of The Heated Skillet, a food blog coming soon!
Buddy The Traveling Monkey
I’ve always liked deviled eggs, but I’ve never had them with parmesan. I think I’d really like to try making these! And the recipe looks pretty simple too, which I love!
These look fabulous! I love deviled eggs… and spinach and would never have thought to combine them! Will have to try this for sure! YUM!
Melody Pittman (@melodytravels)
Deviled eggs are one of my favorite dishes and I love trying new recipes. This one looks fabulous. Adding to my arsenal. 😉
My husband is a huge fan of deviled eggs so I will have to show this to him. With the spinach and parmesan in there I might even like them!
These look so good, was just dreaming about making a deviled egg with spinach only more of blt with bacon and tomato
Deviled eggs is one of my favorite things! This looks amazing and I’m totally going to try to make some!
I make deviled eggs every year and they go SO fast – I am so stoked to try this take on it!
-Clarissa @ The View From Here
Crystal (The Imperfect Mom)
These looks yummy. We make a pecan, pineapple, cream cheese ball and it’s my favorite.
That sounds delicious, Crystal! Cheese balls are great for holiday gatherings.
These are great! Send some my way and I’ll eat them all myself! 🙂
I’m absolutely going to use this recipe!
I don’t eat eggs, but I bet my husband would LOVE these. He is a big fan of deviled eggs around the holidays.
Those look yummy! We haven’t had as many parties to attend lately, and that’s where there are usually devilled eggs 😉 Maybe I’ll make a few for myself….
Liz @ Yes/No Films
So I’m actually kind of weird about eggs (I don’t really like them/eat them at all, including omelettes) but these would be a great appetizer for a party.