Taco Spiced Deviled Eggs

I’m really only watching a superbowl for the snacks. Rooting for my home team is a perk, but the snacks, commercials, and half-time show are my focus…I mean really, I washed some dishes while they played. The little one learned to say “Go Patriots” which was really stinking cute. It was just us at home but we had festive sports snacks for dinner and I made just a few of these taco-spiced deviled eggs. I love that this is an app you can make as much or as little as you want!
The Three Bite Rule - Taco Spiced Deviled Eggs
I topped ‘em with some roasted corn and tomato. The filling has my homemade taco seasoning but any would work just fine.

Ingredients:

4 hard-boiled eggs, cooled
2 tablespoons mayo
1 heaping teaspoon taco seasoning
1/2 teaspoon lime juice

Directions:

Slice the eggs in half lengthwise. Pop out the yolks into a bowl (for a hand mixer) or into a food processor. Add in the mayo, taco seasoning, and lime juice. Then blend until no lumps remain. Add more taco seasoning to taste.
The Three Bite Rule - Taco Spiced Deviled Eggs
Spoon into a ziplock bag into one of the bottom corners. Snip the very end and pipe into the egg whites.
The Three Bite Rule - Taco Spiced Deviled Eggs
Fill each yolk divot then go back and top off each egg. Then you know how much you have to work with.
The Three Bite Rule - Taco Spiced Deviled Eggs
Top each one with a few pieces of roasted corn and a tiny piece of tomato. (A little avocado would look good!)
The Three Bite Rule - Taco Spiced Deviled Eggs
Enjoy! Or refrigerate until serving!

I liked the flavor. I think I’m done with the variations for awhile. I made Sour Cream & Onion Devil Eggs then I made Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs. This was the last variation I had in mind for now.

One thought on “Taco Spiced Deviled Eggs

  1. Yeahhhh Patriots!! :) I love that you combined two of my favorite foods here… The main reason I’m sad football season is ending is because of the food!

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