Eggs are a low-calorie food rich in protein and other nutrients. Eating eggs may supports weight loss, especially when incorporated into a calorie-conscious diet. Eggs boost metabolic activity and increase feelings of fullness, making these yummy devils the perfect party app or side dish for all the summertime cookouts.
To "Boil" Eggs:
Place trivet in the bottom of your Instant Pot
Pour water into pot
Gently add eggs on top of trivet without touching the sides of the pot
Place and tighten lid
Press the "Pressure Cook" button and adjust time to 4-8 minutes (4 minutes for a runny yolk, 6 minutes for soft, and 8 minutes for hard)
Press the "keep warm" button so that the light turns off, indicating the keep warm setting is turned off
Once the cooktime is complete, manually release pressure and remove eggs as soon as you are able to open lid
Place eggs in a bowl of ice water for 2 minutes and peel immediately
To Make Deviled Eggs
Using a spoon, gently scoop out cooked yolk and place in Food Processor
Add mayo, mustard, apple cider vinegar, salt and pepper
Blend ingredients in Food Processor until smooth
Fill piping bag with yolk mixture
Gently and evenly pipe yolk mixture in each egg white
Sprinkle each egg with Sriracha sessoning or paprika
Store in refrigerator for up to 3 days and serve chilled
- Deviled eggs don't have to be fancy. You can skip the food processor and use a large mixing bowl with a potato masher to make the filling, and skip the piping bag and spoon the mixture directly in the eggs. It may not look gourmet, but they will taste the same regardless of how they are assembled!
- Make these gems as part of your weekly meal prep regimen for a quick grab and go snack or side item for a meal.
- Need to take a dish to the summer cookouts? This is a great one that will guarantee you have something to eat that is V-Lean friendly, filling, and delicious.
- Spice up your Deviled Eggs with a sprinkle of Sriracha seasoning before serving, or paprika if you prefer a more mild flavor.
Serving: 2Egg Halves | Calories: 139kcal | Saturated Fat: 2g | Fat: 12g | Protein: 6g