Deviled Chicks




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Deviled Chicks
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3 servings 20 minutes
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3 servings 20 minutes
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8 minutes
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3 servings 20 minutes
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8 minutes
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  1. In a pot with cold water add the eggs and bring to a boil - cook 8 minutes and then run them under cold water and peel. Trim bottoms of eggs so they can stand upright. Then cut off the tops ( 1/3 OFF ) and set them aside for later. Carefully remove the yolks and place in a bowl - I only use 6 eggs but cook an extra one for more yolk for the filling :)
  2. In the mixing bowl with the yolks add the , mayo ( more if needed ) yogurt, dijon mustard and some salt and pepper to taste and mix well until smooth. Then transfer the yolk mixture to a plastic sandwich bag and cut a hole in the corner to make a piping bag. Then fill each egg white base with the filling - add the eyes, nose and then the top of the egg white on top!
  3. These take a little patience but they are so cute and delicious to eat!!!
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