Happy Easter Weekend Recipe: Deviled Eggs

Happy Easter Weekend! It is very early this year, I almost forgot about it :) A favorite snack of mine which you can have year round but certainly pops up at the Easter table is deviled eggs. A classic recipe with variations you can choose to do. For me I may use a little white or red onion in the yolk mix. You can certainly jazz is up with sprigs of dill and even bacon bits to the recipe!

Here’s my recipe adopted from Food Network:


Recipe: Red Skin Potato Chips

What you will need:

3 medium red skin potatoes(depends how many you want to make)
oil/Pam spray

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Thinly slice(or use a mandolin slicer) your potatoes, do not use ends.

Lay out the potato slices without overlapping onto your oiled sheet tray.

Sprinkle generously over the potatoes your choice of seasonings.
I used, salt, pepper, oregano, Old Bay seasoning, and Paprika.

Put into the oven and bake for 20 min or until golden brown, flip over a couple times during process.

After they are done lay out on a paper towel to dry any excess oil.


Sour Cream(This is quick and easy if you have left over sour cream from another recipe)
-Pepper/Salt to taste

Mix the sour cream in with paprika, cumin, salt, and pepper until spicy and tasty.

I’m a big fan of red skin potatoes, not just because of the nutrients you get from them that plain baked potatoes don’t have but they are just as versatile as baking potatoes.

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