Classic deviled eggs have been around many years and now are found at almost every Midwestern potluck. Deviled eggs are typically filled with a yolk mixture including ingredients like mayonnaise and mustard, BUT we are going a little non-traditional with this classic appetizer and combining the yolks with everyone’s favorite dressing and dip: ranch! We aren’t going to use plain ranch though, we are using avocado ranch!
If you have never tried Litehouse’s Avocado Ranch then you are missing out. Creamy avocado and tangy ranch in one dressing?! This dressing is also gluten free and has real bacon, what else? These flavors would make a delicious addition to a BLT or a veggie dip, but I’ll let you in on a little secret: these flavors also make the best deviled eggs.
If you want to go a little more festive, you could make these adorable hatching chick deviled eggs. To do this instead of the original recipe below, you will want to smash both the avocado and the bacon in the yolk mixture, rather than sprinkle on top.
Deviled eggs can be eaten year-round of course, but many families have them on their Easter menu. The Times Free Press even said, “If you’re from the South, you know that Easter dinner just isn’t Easter dinner without deviled eggs.” With Easter only a few days away I wanted to include this recipe so you can make even better deviled eggs! There’s still time to run out and grab a few Litehouse products to give your other classic Easter recipes a kick too!