Deviled eggs are a staple at family dinners, pitch-in’s and church meals and there are probably a mere million ways to make them. Deviled Eggs With A Kick is the recipe we use, it has a slight kick that comes from a touch of prepared horseradish!
This recipe came about during The Great Deviled Egg Debate of ’96! That’s right, one of the many adjustments to marriage involved deviled eggs we could agree on, if I made my Mom’s recipe Chris would tell me they didn’t taste like his Grandpa’s. But I had never had Pa’s deviled eggs, so duplicating them without a recipe was going to be hard to figure out. So trial and error brought us to this recipe!
The great thing about deviled eggs is size doesn’t matter……they taste good wether made from medium, large or extra large eggs. So this is a great opportunity to feed your family egg protein and help others!
1 egg is equal to half the protein a child needs in their diet a day
Have you heard about HATCH for Hunger? Elanco, The Kroger Co.’s Central Division, Rose Acre Farms, Gleaners Food Bank and Midwest Food Bank introduced a way consumers, food retailers and farmers can easily work together to provide protein dense food, eggs, to undernourished people of all ages.
Every time a dozen medium eggs is purchased at a participating Kroger store 1 egg is donated to a local food bank. Eggs are one of the most commonly requested items at food banks, however eggs must be purchased by the food banks because they typically are not a donated item. Now I know your thinking, one egg? And yes, one egg – but think about the math!
Have you considered how many dozen eggs are sold a day? This program has already impacted 4,604 families by giving them access to eggs they wouldn’t have been able to have without a single egg donation from each dozen eggs sold.
Could you imagine if the food banks had to handle 12 times more eggs? The logistics alone of delivering, storing a perishable product and dispersing can be staggering.
This is a way to simply buy the eggs your family needs while helping those receive eggs that need them with no extra effort on your part. Why worry about how much others are donating, do what you can be proud for your part.
Find out participating stores and more here!
And with that dozen you bought your family try my deviled egg recipe!
Hard Boiled Eggs
- Place eggs in a pan. Make sure the pan fits the number of eggs in the pan-this will stop eggs from cracking during boiling.
- Cover eggs with cold water, bring to a boil, turn off heat and cover. Set the time for 22 minutes.
- Once time is up rinse eggs in cold water. Peel and keep refrigerated till you use.
Deviled Eggs With A Kick
- 1 dozen eggs
- 3/4 cup mayonaise
- 1/2 tsp. yellow mustard
- 1 T. white vinegar
- 1/8 tsp. prepared horseradish or as much as desired
- salt & pepper to taste
- Peel and slice eggs lengthwise popping yolk out and setting whites aside.
- Mix yolks with remaining ingredients well.
- Spoon filling into egg whites, refrigerate until ready to serve.