How to make a devil egg for a baby

Nutritional components: calories: 55 (calories); fats: 5 (g); carbohydrates: 1 (g); fiber: 3 (g); vitamin A: 3 (IU); folic acid: 15 (mg); sugar: 1 (g); sodium: 49 (mg); potassium: 29 (mg); calcium: 15 (mg)


  • 6 eggs
  • 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons of low-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon mustard
  • Chili powder for decoration

Method of making devil eggs

1. Place the eggs in shells in a large saucepan, do not stack the eggs. Add enough cold water to cover the eggs and boil quickly under high heat. Then reduce to low heat and cook for 15 minutes. Remove the eggs and put them in cold water until the eggs are cooled, which is convenient for peeling. Break the eggshell and peel it off.

2. Cut the peeled egg in half and remove the yolk.

3. In a small bowl, mash the egg yolk with a fork. Add mayonnaise, yogurt, vinegar and mustard and mix well.

4. Scoop the mixed egg yolk sauce into the position of the original egg yolk in the egg white. Sprinkle a small amount of paprika for decoration as needed.

More taste practices:

Bacon and cheese filling

Mash only 4 egg yolks. Then add 1/2 cup finely chopped cheddar cheese and four slices of chopped bacon. Use chives instead of paprika.

Edamame filling

Mash only 4 egg yolks. Then add 1/2 cup of mashed edamame. Use whole edamame instead of paprika for decoration.

Homemade baby devil eggs

Tags: Deviled Eggs, Egg Salad, Snack Recipes, Boiled Eggs

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Egg nutrition: rich in lecithin, sterols, egg yolk, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin A, vitamin D and B vitamins.

Efficacy of eggs: These nutrients are essential to the human body. They play an extremely important role, such as repairing human tissues, forming new tissues, consuming energy, and participating in complex metabolic processes.

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