The Bacon Caesar Salad Deviled Eggs are a twist on the classic. Bacon, Caesar Dressing, Parmesan Cheese all make up these yummy deviled eggs.
So the hubs and I have a deviled egg problem.
When we make them we eat them like we are fresh out of the movie Groundhog Day Movie.
Rita: Don’t you worry about cholesterol, lung cancer, love handles?
Phil: I don’t worry about ANYTHING anymore. … I don’t even have to floss.
Yes, we inhale them.
I blame our trip years ago to Nashville where they have deviled eggs everywhere.
And fun ones too with ham and what not in them.
Ever since them we have been deviled egg-aholics.
So I decided to mix up our deviled egg game.
I had a bunch of Caesar salad dressing left over and about to go bad so that was the inspiration for these. 🙂
Aside from helping me clean out the fridge they are darn tasty as well.
These Bacon Caesar Salad Deviled Eggs are low carb.
If low carb high fat (aka Keto) is your thing.
If it is your thing I’m going to be nice and tell you that one egg or two halves is 129 calories, 11g fat, 1g carb, 7g protein.
Don’t worry I won’t ever tell you the calories for one of my desserts. 🙂
Not related I want to wish everyone a Happy New 2016!
I hope it is your best year yet!
And oh yeah, it’s a great day to buy my cookbook.
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Bacon Caesar Salad Deviled Eggs
- 10 large eggs, hard boiled
- 3 TBSP, Mayo (full fat)
- 2 TBSP, Caesar Salad Dressing (full fat, I used Newman’s Own)
- 1 piece uncured bacon (feel free to use more…I would but I literally had one piece left) cooked, and chopped
- 2 TBSP Parmesan cheese grated
- Juice of ½ a lemon
- Romaine lettuce as garnish
- Bacon as garnish
Slice the eggs in half and remove the yolks placing them in a medium sized bowl.
Put the egg white halves off to the side.
Mix together the yolks, mayo, Caesar salad dressing, bacon pieces, parmesan, and lemon.
Mix until creamy. It won’t be entirely smooth due to the bacon pieces.
Pipe or spoon into the egg white halves.
Garnish with romaine lettuce and more bacon if desired.
Happy New Year Peabody! A very ingenious and tasty way to use up leftovers!
100% LOVE the idea of these. I could totally live off deviled eggs, too. I make them for occasions, but maybe I should just start making them for dinner 🙂
Mary @ LOVE the secret ingredient says
How fun! I love pulling leftovers together for a greater recipe, and yours looks beautiful! Perfect appetizers!
Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie says
Oh man some croutons on top would be awesome, or some parmesan crisp things!
My husband would love these! I’m not a fan of Caesar but I would give them a try…