Mediterranean Deviled Eggs (Low Carb Recipe)
Mr. Hungry is a huge fan of deviled eggs. So when he told me last week that he was going to do low carb to drop a couple of vanity pounds, I knew I was going to make a ton of them so he’d have them to snack on whenever he was feeling peckish.
I wanted to use it as an opportunity for a blog post though, so I didn’t want to just throw together a bunch of the classic style deviled eggs. I was wracking my brain trying to figure out how to flavor them in a cool way and kept coming up empty. I’d already done the Guacamole Inspired Deviled Eggs last year, and recently the Sriracha Deviled eggs in the IBIH Summer Recipes Ezine, so I was fresh out of ideas.
Now I don’t know about you, but sometimes when I’m stumped for what to cook I just go to the fridge or pantry and have a look around. Yeah I know, it’s not that glamorous sounding, but that’s how I come up with some of the recipe ideas for the blog. Since you all seem to like them, I guess it’s working for me so far! Anyhoo, I immediately saw the kalamata olives and sundried tomatoes and my mind went to Mediterranean flavors.
Honestly I was skeptical of this one – not sure if the flavors would play well with the egg yolk, and was concerned that the color would be an unappetizing grey. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the flavor was excellent, and the color was really not off-putting at all. The big test though, was whether or not Mr. Hungry would like them, and I’m happy to say that these are “Mr. Hungry Approved!”
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