Healthy Deviled Eggs Recipe

5 Days Till Thanksgiving!

This deviled egg recipe tastes better than the traditional mayonnaise-based deviled egg, yet is completely healthy and adds more protein.  You can alter this recipe to make them sweeter or not so sweet depending on your tastes


  • 8 Eggs
  • 1/3 c. Plain nonfat greek yogurt
  • 3 Green onions (chives)
  • 1 Tbsp. relish (add more if you like sweeter, less if want more savory)
  • 1 tsp. dijon mustard (add more if you like spicier/less sweet)
  • 1 celery stalk
  • 1/2 tsp. paprika
  • Salt & pepper to taste


  1. Hard boil the eggs: Boil water in pot, drop eggs in carefully with a spoon, boil no more than 15 min.
  2. Once they are hard-boiled, carefully drain the hot water then run cold water over the top of the eggs (this makes them easier to peel).  Peel the eggs
  3. Gently cut the eggs in half length-wise without cutting through the yokes, only evenly cutting through the egg whites
  4. Carefully remove the yokes from the whites & place them in a medium-sized bowl
  5. Add plain greek yogurt, relish, salt, pepper & paprika to the yokes
  6. Chop up only the green part of the green onion stalks, add into mixture
  7. Chop the celery stalk into tiny pieces.  Whip everything together IMG_3649
  8. Spoon the yoke mixture into the egg whites
This recipe are the eggs on the top row

This recipe are the eggs on the top row (other recipe will be coming– includes ham & fresh thyme)

This deviled egg recipe is quick, easy & healthy.  Great dish to contribute to a potluck, no one will notice the substitution of greek yogurt for mayo!

 Abundant Food for an Abundant Lifeheart-iconCarly


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