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Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs [Clean, GF, Low Carb, Vegetarian]

Love Deviled Eggs, but want a healthy update? Try out these 2 (or optional 3) ingredient deviled eggs that are quick to whip up and easy to please. They have no mayo and are a great source of protein and healthy fat. They would be perfect as an appetizer or snack and are just in time for National Hummus Day on May 13th!

Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs with Sabra [Clean, GF, Low Carb, Vegetarian]...And A Dash of Cinnamon

 

“I received free samples of Sabra Hummus mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Sabra and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.”

So perhaps you stocked up on eggs since they were on sale lately. Perhaps you’re like me and buy like…oh 5 dozen at a time (I LOVE eggs haha..uhh) and are looking for something to do with them?

Well, deviled eggs are a really great option, because deviled eggs are SO good and I could easily devour a plate of them given the opportunity.

You guys know that I’m always trying to make clean, healthy but super easy and quick to make food and healthy deviled eggs are just up my alley.

When Sabra sent me their hummus dips to try out in honor of National Hummus Day (May 13th, 2017), I knew that eggs + hummus would be an excellent combination.

Sabra Hummus

These are all the lovely varieties that Sabra sent me to try out. I am very familiar with their classic hummus (thanks to it being available as late night options at the hospital) and also the Roasted Red Pepper one because I am a huge fan of roasted red peppers. It’s been great to try out all the other varieties that I had not been familiar with, too. I love spicy so that has been great and I didn’t even know that they had that flavor! If you are interested in looking into their products feel free to check out their website.

Really, for this recipe you can use any variety that you like the best. Hummus is a great alternative to mayo in this recipe for so many reasons. Hummus is a clean, plant based protein that also has some healthy fats in it, as well. Furthermore, it gives the creamy texture that mayo does for deviled eggs, but can also enhance the nutrition profile of the recipe making it a powerhouse appetizer or snack.

This quick to prepare recipe would be excellent to serve to guests with minimal work on your part thanks to the tastiness of the Sabra Hummus. It is easy to make as few, or as many as you need, too! All you need are your boiled eggs, your hummus flavor of choice (obviously I recommend the roasted red pepper) and maybe some paprika and you are all set to go!

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Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs with Sabra [Clean, GF, Low Carb, Vegetarian]...And A Dash of Cinnamon
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Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs [Clean, GF, Low Carb, Vegetarian]

Ingredients

  • eggs (hard boiled)
  • Roasted Red Pepper Sabra Hummus (1 container/dozen)
  • paprika (optional)

Instructions

  1. Hard boil your eggs if you don't already have some on hand

  2. Once cooled, crack and peel the shell off of however many eggs you would like to make

  3. Slice the peeled eggs and place the yolks in a bowl, the whites on a plate

  4. Add a ratio of 2-3 tablespoons of hummus per egg into the bowl with the yolks and mix together

  5. Spoon the mixture back into the whites, sprinkle with paprika if desired and eat!

Recipe Notes

-The more hummus you use the creamier it gets. There are approximately 20 tablespoons of hummus in each container. If you are making a full dozen then you will need a full container of hummus

-If you have no intention of serving these to guests, then make it easy on yourself and just smother the hummus on the eggs and eat! (This is how I eat my hard boiled eggs because hummus is the new salt 😉 )

 

 

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