fCan you tell we love those cheap egg dishes?
I made stuffed (or deviled) eggs my specialty as a young bride. My husband, then youth director at a small church, had lots of potluck on the calendar.
I found that I could prepare a huge tray of stuffed eggs for under $2.
My aunts all teased me, showing up to every family function with yet ANOTHER platter...yet laugh as they did, the eggs would be among the first foods to disappear.
Now I keep them on hand as a low-carb protein snack for my husband, substituting homemade yogurt for mayonnaise to cut down on the fat.
Leave it to vintage Tupperware to make storing stuffed eggs easy: these egg keepers are the only lidded container that won't smush the filling.
Otherwise, I like to arrange them on a bed of lettuce in a flat basket, garnishing each half with paprika and minced parsley.
Publix advertised a deli stuffed egg platter for $16 this week--but each carton of 12 raw eggs costs only 69 cents. When you make stuffed eggs at home, you are saving a bundle!