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I have a weakness.. lol.. it’s Kraft Miracle Whip. I have always loved it. It’s great in tuna salad, chicken salad and my hands down favorite.. deviled eggs.
These eggs are not anywhere near traditional deviled eggs, but they are the only ones I will eat!
A few days ago I got to head to my local Walmart and pick up some Miracle Whip and I knew just what I would be making with it.. my yummy deviled eggs. I will share the recipe with you below, I hope you enjoy them, too.
My mom and I headed out the Walmart armed with our Kraft Coupons, including one for $1 off Kraft Miracle Whip or Mayo. We were also going to need to pick up some eggs. I already have ketchup, but you are going to need that, too, if you don’t have it. ( You can check out our entire shop over on Google+)
I know, know.. you are thinking that these are the weirdest deviled eggs you have ever hear of, and yes.. they probably are. But, I don’t care, because they are delicious! And the secret ingredient is Miracle Whip.
They are a tradition in my family, my mom made them, I make them, and my daughter LOVES them and I am sure she will make them, too. We have them at all the holidays and I just make them for everyday, too. Because, why not, if something is yummy don’t just have it a couple times a year, have it when ever you want.
Then you can try my recipe, make one of your favorites or make up a new one of your own!
Deviled Eggs with a Sweet Secret Ingredient
10 minPrep Time
10 minTotal Time
- 6 hard boiled, peeled eggs, sliced in 1/2 lengthwise
- 2 Tablespoons Miracle Whip
- 2 Teaspoons Ketchup
- Paprika (optional)
- Remove yolks from boiled eggs and place into a small bowl
- Mash yolks until smooth with a fork
- Add Miracle Whip and Ketchup
- Mix until blended
- Using a spoon fill boiled egg halves with yolk mixture
- Sprinkle with Paprika (optional)