I love Deviled Eggs. I always have. If you like them as much as I do, you know how difficult it is to try to eat just one. Usually I only enjoy them around the holidays or at someone else’s home for a special get together or celebration. In which case, I can’t dump several dozen on my plate and run away to eat them. That’s not in the holiday spirit! No, it wouldn’t be looked upon kindly. But don’t think it hasn’t crossed my mind.
If you’ve never made egg salad (or tuna salad, which, for us, is just egg salad with tuna added), it’s as basic as basic can get. Or at least the Egg Salad Recipe that I’m sharing is a basic rendition of it. Over the years I’ve tried a variety of additions, like garlic salt, paprika, dill, or cayenne, and I’ve seen others who get creative adding extra oomph with ingredients like olives, or avocado. While I admit egg salad in any form is mighty good, the most basic of recipes is my favorite. Maybe it reminds me of Saturdays as a child? And Saturdays are always a good thing.
School is back in swing around here and that means the morning rush is back too. Mornings can be harried but they don’t have to be. Personally, I struggle with trying to juggle getting lunches packed and making a healthy breakfast for my two that will propel them through their day. Protein packed eggs are always a smart start to the day, whether you’re a student or not.