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Creative Deviled Egg Ideas For Easter Using Kraft Fresh Take Meal Kits! #FreshTake #CollectiveBias

I have had Deviled Eggs every year for Easter for as long as I can remember. Each year my entire extended family gets together and without fail you can bet that I will be bringing Deviled Eggs, my Grandma will be bringing Jello Salad, my Aunt brings Crab Dip and my Dad will be making an Eclair Cake! The four of us have perfected our recipes so well that the family would not know what to do without these family get together staples!  This year I decided to put a twist on my deviled eggs. As I am writing out my Walmart shopping list I have come up with two sure fire deviled egg recipes that I know the family will love. I am thinking this years deviled eggs will have two distinctly different flavors. One will be Artichoke Pesto Deviled Eggs and the other will be a Southwest Deviled Eggs.  Both recipes only have two things in common…eggs and because I love the Fresh Take Meal Kit I am going to also use Kraft Fresh Take!

 

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Italian Style – Artichoke Pesto Deviled Eggs

1 Dozen Hard Boiled Eggs

2 Tbs Basil Pesto

1 Tbs Miracle Whip

8 finely diced artichoke hearts

4 more artichokes thinly sliced

1/4 c Kraft Italian Parmesan Fresh Take Crumbles

12 sprig leaves of Italian Parley

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Directions:

1. Slice Hard Boiled Eggs in half and pop the yolks out of the eggs into a separate bowl.

2. In a bowl combine Pesto, Miracle Whip, Artichoke Hearts, and 2 Tbs Kraft Italian Parmesan Fresh Take Crumbles.

3. Mix all ingredients well with a fork (it helps to mash the yolks).

4. Once mixed place 1/2 tsp of yolk mixture back into each egg slice.

5. Top with thinly sliced artichoke hearts, Parsley Sprig and rest of Fresh Take Crumble mixture.

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I am a sucker for artichokes and adding the Italian Parmesan Fresh Take made the flavor pop! These eggs were a huge hit with my immediate family as I was preparing them. I did not even finish taking photos before they started eating eggs of the plate! I can’t wait to bring these to Easter Dinner!

 

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Southwest Deviled Eggs

 

Ingredients:

1 Dozen Hard Boiled Eggs

1 large avocado

2 TBS Sour Cream

2 TBS Diced Green Chilies

12 slices black olives

1/4 C Southwest Three Cheese Kraft Fresh Take Crumbles

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Directions:

1. Cut hard boiled eggs in half and pop out yolks into separate bowl.

2. Add Sour Cream, Green Chilies, 2 TBS Kraft Fresh Take Southwest Three Cheese Crumbles and Avocado to egg yolks. Smash and mix yolk mixture with a fork until well blended.

3. Take 1/2 tsp of egg mixture and place inside of cooked egg whites.

4. top with sliced black olive and rest of Kraft Fresh Take Southwest Three Cheese Crumbles.

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This Easter I encourage all of you to think outside of the box. There are so many amazing recipe ideas you can come up with. I also know that products like Kraft Fresh Take are a great way to change up a recipe and add that zing that you might be looking for! If you are looking to try out Kraft Fresh Take for the first time then why not print this great coupon for $1 off Chicken when you purchase one Fresh Take! You will be glad you did! These Fresh Take’s are amazing! Just head to your local Walmart, grab one of the many varieties of Kraft Fresh Take’s and see what your imagination can come up with! Enjoy!

Kraft Fresh Take Meal Kits can be found in the Cheese aisle at your local Walmart!

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Thank you  #CollectiveBias for giving me the chance to try out #FreshTake with my family!

Comments

  1. Laura J says:

    Oh this is such a neat idea!!! The Spicy Southwest Deviled Eggs sound really good! Will have to give these a try!

  2. Jenna M Wood says:

    I am a big deviled eggs fan and I will be trying both of these this Easter! I just love how you included artichokes in the first recipe, yum! #Client

  3. Janice Cooper says:

    This looks and sounds delicious. My mouth is watering. I may have to try this for Easter. I love deviled eggs and always looking for a recipe to spice things up. Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. G’day! Unique combinations!
    Thanks for sharing at this week’s Foodie Friends Friday Foods We Loved from Childhood Party
    Cheers! Joanne

  5. What unique combination ideas! I never would have thought of these flavor of egg combinations. My family will be excited for the southwest ones to be on our table this Easter.

  6. oh I LOVE deviled eggs and both of these sound DELICIOUS. I always say im going to try a recipe then I usually completely forget about it- but I honestly think I’ll do this– and probably this week haha Thanks!!!

  7. These deviled egg recipes are to die for, will definitely try these!

  8. Amy Desrosiers says:

    Wow, this is such a delish combo of foods that I love. I am going to have to try it out myself.

  9. I love your ideas. I have made deviled eggs more times than I could ever count, but they are always the basic eggs. I am going to try the Southwest Deviled Eggs.

  10. I am a huge fan of devils eggs – I would only do it one style though – I should try something new

  11. Oooo, I’d really like the Southwest Deviled Eggs, thanks for the delicious recipe!!

  12. You are seriously giving me deviled egg envy over here! I always make the deviled eggs for our family holiday dinners, and everyone loves them…but you have inspired me to try something delicious and new!

  13. These look delish. I really must try these as we’re huge deviled egg fans

  14. I’ve always liked deviled eggs, but never had them with artichoke. May have to try this out!

  15. I just LOVE deviled eggs. Haven’t met one I didn’t like. These look really yummy.

  16. I seriously LOVE Kraft Fresh Take! It is absolutely divine! I use them all the time when I’m cooking. And those deviled eggs look delicious.

  17. Anything w/ pesto is yummy in my book!

  18. That is a great idea and perfect for Easter. I like deviled eggs and pesto so this is an awesome combo.

  19. those look good, I would have never thought of adding the Kraft Take Fresh to them!

  20. Oh my gosh – I LOVE this idea! I’m a big fan of deviled eggs and I can imagine this gives them a great flavor boost!

  21. I love that southwest three cheese flavor, so I know I’d like that in deviled eggs. Yum!

  22. Oh my goodness, these look divine! I love deviled eggs!

  23. Seriously, you are sooo clever. I can’t wait to try these, I love these flavors and never would have thought to use them with deviled eggs. Scrumptious!

  24. Yum! These look great and perfect for an Easter appetizer at brunch! #client

  25. Wow! This is a great recipe! I love eggs and this adds to my list of favorite egg recipes. :)

  26. Oh wowies, this looks amazing. These are the perfect appetizer. Mmm, the Kraft sure does it!

  27. We love deviled eggs here. With the chickens we always have tons of extra eggs.

  28. Those look so delicious! Deviled eggs are great, but they can be a little boring. I never thought to add extra ingredients to them to spice them up a bit!

  29. These sound delish! I am loving the addition of the artichoke. Thanks so much for sharing this at the Friday Frenzy!

  30. What a fun spin on a classic appetizer. This seems like a recipe that the seniors that I do volunteer work with would enjoy.

  31. Hi Krista:
    These look delicious!!!!! OMG!!!!! Just pinned to Pinterest! Thanks so much for sharing on The Wednesday Whatsits!

  32. Mary Dailey says:

    Deviled eggs go fast at our gatherings. I can’t believe how wonderful these variations look! Can’t wait to try them.

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