Healthy Deviled Eggs

Healthy Deviled Eggs! No Mayo!


I am still in a food coma from yesterday! I love love love Thanksgiving. Not only the amazing food, but family time, as well! I rarely am able to see my little sisters & my dads side of the family because they are in California, while I’m in West Virginia. Sooooo, I really love the holidays when I get to come back and love on them!

My sister, Jordyn, loves to cook as much as I do. She’s only 12 years old, but already an amazing baker! She makes the most beautiful cakes I have ever seen!

Yesterday, Jordyn and I took to the kitchen to make multiple dishes. One of my all time favorite side dishes is Deviled Eggs. They are so yummy, but with all the mayonnaise included, the healthy part of the egg starts to become overshadowed. This year, I’ve really started to embrace Greek Yogurt in cooking. I decided to experiment by subbing the mayo for yogurt- and oh my gosh, you guys… it was ah may zing!

Trust me on this- you will not even tell the difference!

You Need: 

*Eggs *Yellow Mustard *Non-fat Greek Yogurt *Paprika, Salt, & Pepper (to taste)*


I have a giant family. I don’t even know how many people are in it, but I do know that Deviled Eggs go FAST at a party, so I made 2 dozen full eggs (48 Deviled Eggs). Of course, your measurements are going to be different if you use more of less eggs.

Hard boil & take your yolks out into a separate bowl.

I used about 3 ½ tablespoons of mustard and the entire container of greek yogurt, last adding the salt and pepper to taste.

Put the yolk mixture into a ziplock bag, cut a hole in the bottom corner, and squeeze into the egg whites. It’s so easy!


After, sprinkle paprika on top.

We also added some Spiced Pecans to half of the batch, which is my favorite thing to do. The fall flavors and sweetness really set them apart from typical deviled eggs.

If you want to know how to make Spiced Pecans, click here!



These babies were gone before we even sat down to eat! They were a huge hit. I’ll definitely be making these all throughout this holiday season!


Quinn, Jordyn, and I were a little excited when dinner time rolled around. 😉

Happy Holidays!

Per Deviled Egg: 37 Calories 

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