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Deviled eggs with bacon, peppers and dates really rev up the flavor of this old party friend. Put these little cuties on a platter and watch them go! Once around the crowd at our house and it’s time for more of these delicious appetizers! This recipe is a Low-Carb, Low-Sodium, Low-Sugar and Gluten-Free appetizer.

Deviled Eggs with Bacon,peppers and dates

Deviled Eggs with Bacon,peppers and dates

Meet one of our family’s very favorite appetizers. In fact I’m making these today for Father’s Day. All the guys love these! When we have a family party these go on the menu. Along with Grandma Cashs Hamburger bean casserole and our favorite broccoli salad.

Deviled Eggs With Bacon, peppers and dates. Ingredients

Ingredients for Deviled Eggs with Bacon,peppers and dates

The gloriously yellow color of these deviled eggs is not all due entirely to the mustard. Home grown hens, raised on field develop an amazing deep yellow yolk.

Deviled eggs use a lot of eggs quickly and everyone at our house adores them! That’s a win win for us because we often have a lot of eggs to use! A tray of these delicious egg bites will be welcome at the Sunday football game, family events, birthdays or any ole party! Go here for more appetizers. Our Low Carb Chorizo Spinach Filo Cups are another delightful, popular and healthy finger food that would look great on an egg tray.

Deviled Eggs with Bacon,peppers and dates

Fresh cooked tiny Bacon strips, dates, peppers and Smoked Gouda Cheese make this old favorite recipe really shine! The actual filling is just three easy to find in your fridge ingredients. The toppings add so much flavor I hope you try them. The smoked gouda works really well with the peppers and dates.

Eggs filled with this filling without the delectable toppings are great for kids and other bland palates. Although I’m pretty sure even they will enjoy the flavors blended together in this yummy appetizer! Just remove the peppers or use lower spice peppers if need be.

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Deviled Eggs with Bacon, dates peppers and smoked Gouda cheese Recipe Notes:

A crowd pleasing favorite. Deviled eggs with Bacon dates, peppers, smoked Gouda and crunchy bacon turn plain old hard boiled eggs into something special! Make this appetizer with healthy fats by making our Heart Healthy homemade mayonnaise. So yum!

I used Medjool dates, smoked Gouda Cheese and my garden frozen Bangkok Peppers for a bit of a kick in that smoke. Wonderful! I’m pretty sure your family will adore this recipe. Mine sure does!

To make this recipe REALLY EASY make Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs. This method also gives you a MUCH easier time getting the shells off the eggs without mangling them!

 

Stovetop Instructions:

  • Set an 8 quart pot on the stove with  about three inches of water in it (just enough to completely cover the eggs).
  • Carefully set 12 eggs into the water.
  • Set the burner on high heat and bring the pot to a Boil
  • REDUCE the temperature to simmer and boil the eggs until hard.

Make sure your eggs are hard boiled about 20 minutes. The yolk needs to be all the way cooked.

  • Cool the eggs by draining out the hot water from the pot and filling it with cold water.
  • When the eggs are cooled enough to handle Peel them carefully under running cool water.
  • Cut the eggs in half and pop the yolk into a bowl.
  • Carefully place the white half shells onto a tray.
  • Cut the bacon into 1/4 inch slices the short way.
  • Cook the bacon slices to well done. Drain, crumble and cool.
  • Add the mustard and mayonnaise to the yolks. Stir well until thoroughly mixed.(you need to use an electric mixer to really get them smooth)
  • Put the yolk mixture into the egg white half shells by half teaspoons(Use a sandwich bag with a large hole decorator tip for best presentation).
  • Arrange one sliver each of bacon, dates and peppers on yolk filling.
  • Arrange strings of Gouda cheese over the other garnishes
  • Sprinkle with smoked paprika as desired

 

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Total Time: 1 hour

Nutritional Information:

Recipe Yield: 24

98 Calories/ Serving

Fat:         8 Grams

Carbs      3 Grams

Protein    4 Grams

 

To make this recipe REALLY EASY make Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs. This method also gives you a MUCH easier time getting the shells off the eggs without mangling them!

Deviled Eggs with Bacon and peppers and dates
Yield: 24 deviled egg half shells

Deviled Eggs with Bacon, Peppers and Dates

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
cooling eggs: 30 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Deviled eggs with bacon, peppers and dates really rev up the flavor of this old party friend. Put these little cuties on a platter and watch them go! Once around the crowd at our house and it's time for more of these delicious appetizers! This recipe is a Low-Carb, Low-Sodium, Low-Sugar and Gluten-Free appetizer.

Ingredients

  • One dozen hard boiled eggs
  • 3 strips of bacon, cut into quarter inch slices the short way. cooked and crumbled
  • 1/2 Cup mayonnaise
  • 2 Tablespoons brown or dijon mustard
  • 2 bangkok peppers thinly sliced
  • 3 dates sliced into thin slivers
  • 1/2 Cup grated Smoked Gouda Cheese
  • 1/2 tsp. Smoked Paprika to garnish as desired

Instructions

  1. Set an 8 quart pot on the stove with  about three inches of water in it (just enough to completely cover the eggs).
  2. Carefully set 12 eggs into the water.
  3. Set the burner on high heat and bring the pot to a Boil
  4. REDUCE the temperature to simmer and boil the eggs until hard.
  5. Make sure your eggs are hard boiled about 20 minutes. The yolk needs to be all the way cooked.
  6. Cool the eggs by draining out the hot water from the pot and filling it with cold water.
  7. When the eggs are cooled enough to handle Peel them carefully under running cool water.
  8. Cut the eggs in half and pop the yolk into a bowl.
  9. Carefully place the white half shells onto a tray.
  10. Cut the bacon into 1/4 inch slices the short way.
  11. Cook the bacon slices to well done. Drain, crumble and cool.
  12. Add the mustard and mayonnaise to the yolks. Stir well until thoroughly mixed.(you need to use an electric mixer to really get them smooth)
  13. Put the yolk mixture into the egg white half shells by half teaspoons(Use a sandwich bag with a large hole decorator tip for best presentation).
  14. Arrange one sliver each of bacon, dates and peppers on yolk filling.
  15. Arrange strings of Gouda cheese over the other garnishes
  16. Sprinkle with smoked paprika as desired

Notes

To make this recipe REALLY EASY make Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs. This method also gives you a MUCH easier time getting the shells off the eggs without mangling them!

Nutrition Information


Amount Per Serving Calories 98

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Fresh cooked tiny bacon strips, dates, peppers and smoked gouda cheese make this deviled egg recipe amazing. The actual filling is just three easy to find in your fridge ingredients. The smoked gouda works really well with the peppers and dates.

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Fresh cooked tiny bacon strips, dates, peppers and smoked gouda cheese make this deviled egg recipe amazing. The actual filling is just three easy to find in your fridge ingredients. The smoked gouda works really well with the peppers and dates.

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Bintu | Recipes From A Pantry

Saturday 16th of April 2016

I am really intrigued and excited by the addition of dates to these eggs. I might just have to borrow the idea.

homemadefoodjunkie

Saturday 16th of April 2016

Bintu, you will love it I think. The dates make a great counterpoint to the smoky saltiness of the bacon and gouda. They are yum!!

Georgina Ingham | Culinary Travels

Saturday 16th of April 2016

I love devilled eggs but adding bacon takes it to a whole new level of deliciousness.

homemadefoodjunkie

Saturday 16th of April 2016

Thanks Georgina, Bacon is a real hit on our deviled eggs. We've been eating them that way for years!

Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy

Saturday 16th of April 2016

We love deviled eggs and these sound awesome. Certainly takes them to another level of flavour and texture.

homemadefoodjunkie

Saturday 16th of April 2016

Thank you Gloria!

Patricia @ Grab a Plate

Friday 15th of April 2016

Wow, wow, wow! I never would have thought to add dates to deviled eggs! What a great combo with the sweet and spicy and salty! Deviled eggs are one of my favorite things which I don't make often at all -- this recipe may change that! Great idea!

homemadefoodjunkie

Friday 15th of April 2016

Thank you Patricia, this ingredient combo worked out really well :)

Sheena Strain

Friday 15th of April 2016

I love your version of deviled eggs, they're such a fun party food and so easy to make!

homemadefoodjunkie

Friday 15th of April 2016

Thanks you Sheena. We love them too!

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