I had you at "bacon", didn't I? ;-) Ever since trying Tasha Tudor's recipe for Stuffed Eggs , I keep getting new ideas for ways to make them!
Here's a quick recipe that your family will love!
6 Hard Boiled Eggs
1/2 cup Chopped Bacon, plus a little more to sprinkle on top
1/2 cup Ranch Salad Dressing
Slice eggs in half. Pop out the yolks. Mash them with the Ranch Dressing and bacon bits. Scoop the yolk mixture back into the egg whites.
Few people believe that our hens are loose in the back yard with the dogs.
Well, believe it! You can see Jac does not mind hanging out with Sunshine and Rachel. Aren't they funny!
Hi...I am a a new follower....heard about the trainReplyDelete
I haven't had breakfast yet, but now I'm very, very hungry.ReplyDelete
I love anything with bacon for sure!! YummReplyDelete
Yep...these will be tried in our house very soon! Thanks for posting this and love the picture of the dog and chickens!!ReplyDelete
You did have me at "bacon"! ;) This looks and sounds great! Pinned ;) Thanks for sharing!!ReplyDelete
Think I will make these in the morning...Sound delish....ReplyDelete
Marci, this sounds wonderful and now I'm wondering about the possibilities of using thousand island dressing for another quicker way to make those wonderful eggs. You also had me at "bacon" and eggs!ReplyDelete
Those eggs look sooo good! Myhusband would love them!ReplyDelete
def want to try those eggs. Would not mind having a couple of chickens in my garden either.Following you nowReplyDelete
We have ducks but I'll bet chickens are fun, too! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe! LindaReplyDelete
Those look great! I adore deviled eggs!ReplyDelete
First of al the egg recipe looks delicious, second of all Jac looks like he is saying OK take the picture all ready! LOLReplyDelete
This is a new take on Deviled Eggs that sounds delicious! With 21 layers I have plenty of eggs to try it out on. Hopped over from Clever Chicks Blog Hop to your current post but ended up perusing your recipes. Guess that's what a hop is for, huh? :)ReplyDelete
Oh yes, yum and easy too!ReplyDelete