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Mama’s Happy Deviled Eggs with Pete & Gerry’s Organic Eggs + GIVEAWAY! Ends 6/25

In my quest to get healthy, I’m trying to find all of the best foods and snacks to replace my previous ones. One of the foods I turned to were eggs. They’re nutritious and they’re filling. I didn’t just want any egg though. Pete and Gerry’s Organic Free-Range Eggs are supplied by small family farmers. They actually talk about the farmers on their website which I thought felt very personal! Organic and Certified Humane®, these healthy hens are allowed to roam free and happy. It should matter to all of us how these animals are being treated and what kinds of chemicals could be going into their bodies. That’s what it really means to watch what you eat.

Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs have what I’m looking for as far as organic and humane, but how do they taste? Well, they’re certainly yummy all on their own but I decided to put them to the test with one of my favorite snacks. One of the best memories I have of my wonderful mommy is when we got on our regular daily phone call and I mentioned a craving for her deviled eggs. The next day, I stopped by her house and she had an entire tray of them all made up for me. Her deviled eggs have been a great treat since I was little but this sentimental moment just doubled the value for me.

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So bare with me, readers, as I try to convert my mom’s “now just put a couple of heaping spoons” and “add just enough” into actual measurements to try to recreate my mama’s deviled eggs for you. As I say with all of my recipes, keep in mind that you can modify this in any way you like. Go spicier with a touch of Tabasco or I’ve even thought about trying dill relish as a big fan of dill pickles!

I actually wanted to bring you this recipe last month in honor of National Egg Month but my dreadful oven finally died so I was without any oven at all for a while. I could have shared a simple but wonderful microwavable scrambled eggs recipe but I was really excited to share this one. If enough people are curious about my easy peasy scrambled eggs (it frees up the stove for the rest of your breakfast dishes!), I’ll share that one soon too. If you know me, I like to keep my recipes pretty easy because there shouldn’t be a thousand steps keeping you from that delectable meal!

Here’s what you’ll need for our deviled eggs:

A dozen extra large Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs
4 heaping spoons of relish
4 tablespoons of mayonnaise
1 tsp of spicy mustard


1. Place eggs in a pot, then fill it with cool water. Bringing the temperature of the eggs and water up together helps to cook them evenly and prevent cracking.

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2. Boil for 7 minutes. Add a tablespoon of baking soda while boiling for easier peeling.

3. As soon as they’re finished boiling, place into an ice bath.

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4. Peel the Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs and slice them in half. Drop the yolks into a bowl.

5. Scoop the relish into a paper towel and squeeze out the juice. Then, put the relish into the bowl with the yolks.

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6. Add the mayonnaise. You want just enough mayonnaise so that the texture is wet and creamy but not runny.

7. Mix in the spicy mustard, plus salt and pepper to taste.

8. After mixing everything together, scoop it back into the eggs. Bonus points if you have the little cookie press that has the flower tip on the end to make your deviled eggs pretty!

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You can purchase Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs at many local grocery stores near you.

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One winner will receive the Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs Prize Pack! Prize pack includes the following:

2 coupons for free cartons of Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs
1 branded t-shirt
An egg spatula

Giveaway open to US only. Ends 6/25.

*The Quirky Mom Next Door received the above item(s) in exchange for our honest review. All opinions and experiences are our own only. Open to US only. Must be 18+. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Giveaway ends June 25, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. (EST). One entrant per household/IP address. Winner(s) will be chosen at random by Giveaway Tools. Winner will be notified via e-mail and must reply within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Prize will be shipped from sponsor unless otherwise noted. The Quirky Mom Next Door is not responsible for prizes lost or damaged in transit. This giveaway is not in any way associated with or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network.

82 thoughts on “Mama’s Happy Deviled Eggs with Pete & Gerry’s Organic Eggs + GIVEAWAY! Ends 6/25

  1. I love eggs prepared almost any way! My favorite way is to make scrambled eggs. If I do say so myself, I make delicious scrambled eggs!

  2. I love making pudding from scratch, and what makes it really good, are the freshest ingredients, the milk, the eggs and these eggs would be so perfect! They’ve come to Whole Foods for a demo and they are so good – also the best vanilla, nothing like pudding from a packet.

  3. Favorites in our house are scrambled eggs with all kinds of toppings/mix in’s and deviled eggs too!

  4. It’s kind of boring, but my favorite egg dish is soft boiled eggs. I love them by themselves or on top of other dishes. I recently made brussel sprouts with a soft boiled egg on top and it was so delicious!

  5. i dont have a favorite egg dish but i eat them a lot. a few times a week for breakfast and then i use them for cooking and baking!

  6. I make breakfast cups using eggs, cheeses, and one of the following: turkey bacon, turkey sausage, or mushrooms.

  7. I love making eggs in toast, where you cut a hole in a piece of bread and then fry the egg in the middle. So yummy.

  8. I love scrambled eggs, my husband does too, but I think he prefers egg salad for sandwiches…

  9. In our home, we actually go through at least 5 dozen eggs a week, so, I have lots of wonderful recipes. My favorite egg dish of them all would have to be Chinese Tea Eggs. We don’t make them often, usually at least on Easter. But, they are amazing. A close second is baconaisse deviled eggs with bits of bacon added. Thanks for the chance!

  10. I’m pretty boring and mostly make my eggs scrambled, but I love to spice it up with some pepper or some cheese.

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