Healthy Deviled Eggs recipe calls for avocado, Greek yogurt

Greek yogurt and creamy avocado flesh are mixed with egg yolks in today's recipe.

Deviled eggs are a popular way to use up leftover Easter or Passover eggs, but you might be tempted to turn to today’s healthy recipe at other times of the year.

The word “devilish” dates back to the 18th century and was used in front of spicy foods. Our version of Deviled Eggs can be made spicy or mild.

Today’s Devil Eggs are healthy and nutritious because they call for avocado and eliminate mayonnaise and mustard. Avocados provide monounsaturated fats that support a healthy brain and heart. With a rich nutty flavor and buttery texture, avocados provide fiber and 20 different vitamins and minerals, including potassium, copper, magnesium, and vitamins B, C, E, and K.

If you’re buying avocados that you plan to use within a day or so, choose ones that will yield to a gentle pressure when you press your finger into the skin to test ripeness. The skin should be gritty and purplish-black.

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