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Deviled eggs wtih Leftover Easter eggs


On Thursday I dyed the Easter eggs but did not have time to post about them.We did not eat any as we were fasting so I stored them in the refrigerator. Hard-boiled eggs in their shells can be stored in the refrigerator for a lot of days.

Yesterday I wanted to make something different with a lot of leftover eggs I had because the children like cracking the eggs to see who will be the winner but never eat any.I wanted to make something attractive for them to eat but unfortunately I did not think of buying some mayonnaise on Friday.  That’s why I made the mayonnaise yesterday.

Deviled Eggs


6 hard boiled eggs

1 teaspoon of mustard

Extra salt and pepper

Mayonnaise to make a creamy mixture


Cut the eggs in the middle and empty the yolks in a bowl.

Sprinkle salt and pepper on the egg whites.

Mash the yolks with a fork and added the mayonnaise and mustard and mix.

Put the cream in a cake piping bag and fill the egg whites.

Sprinkle some parsley, mixed with dill and spring onions on top.

Today I still had some eggs but I also had leftover mayonnaise from yesterday as well as tzatziki. So I halved the eggs and sprinkled them with salt and pepper (this time I used white pepper), I mashed the eggs with a fork but did not cream them and added three spoonfuls of mayonnaise and three spoonfuls of tzatziki as well as some extra salt and pepper.

I filled the egg whites with a spoon and decorated them with kalamata olives, capers and peppers.

Voilá, the result was excellent.

Tzatziki Deviled Eggs, recipe by Ivy


6 hard boiled eggs, separated


6 egg yolks

3 tablespoon Greek tzatziki

3 tablespoon homemade olive oil mayonnaise

Salt and freshly ground white pepper

6 Kalamata olives

1 tbsp bell peppers (any colours you like)

1 tbsp capers

1 tbsp olive oil


As above

Kopiaste and Kali Orexi,

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10 Responses

  1. Peter G

    So many recipes…so little time! I can’t keep up. Great to see you made use of the leftover eggs..ad I like your instructions for the mayo.

  2. Lulu

    The last picture is so pretty, the eggs look like fancy candy!

    Hey, your idea of salting and peppering the yolks before filling them is great! It makes so much sense to add flavor to the blandest part of the egg that I wonder why I’d never thought of that myself?

  3. Ivy

    Chrisos Anesti Peter. I can’t catch up either and I’ve made a promise to myself that I have to slow down to one the most two posts a week.

    Christos Anesti Lulu. If you still have left over eggs try them. Originally I planned to turn the mayo into a thousand islands dressing and then I thought why not try tzatziki, after all it’sGreek yoghurt, cucumber and garlic combined and it turned out great. I must find a name for this sauce. Would you believe I had it for breakfast today and it was awesome.

  4. Pixie

    A wonderfully different way to stuff eggs and love that you made homemade Mayonnaise- I’ll have to try it one day too.

  5. Bellini Valli

    This is very similar to deville4d eggs sis but so much prettier and tasty in design:D

  6. Ivy

    Hi Pixie and Val.
    It’s the first time I’ve heard of devilled eggs although I knew about stuffed eggs, mushing the yolks and putting mayonnaise but with the rest I am just following my instincts but I just google searched and you are right. I shall correct the name. The combination of tzatziki with mayo is an original idea of mine and it tastes wonderful.

  7. Mike of Mike's Table

    That looks delicious! I really like the last photo of the series–those eggs look so nicely done!

  8. Ivy

    Thanks Mike, after all this do you believe I still have leftover eggs. Must never listen to my husband again.

  9. Núria

    Hola darling Ivy. I’ve been away for a few days and you have all these new posts…. Gosh! You are a posting machine, girl.

    Love your eggs with the colours look so pretty and yummy!!!

  10. I always salt and pepper the yolks before filling, so many receipts I want to try for the holidays.