Making kefir devilled eggs is a great idea for using your kefir in a tasty recipe that the entire family can enjoy! They get to enjoy a tasty treat and get the probiotic benefits of the kefir!
The recipe is based on using 12 eggs, but you can adjust the quantities if you want to make more, or less of these tasty snacks.
If you don’t make your own kefir yet, (why haven’t you started yet?), you can purchase it from your local health food store.
This recipe uses kefir cream cheese which is very easy to make. You can even make the cream cheese from store bought kefir, but remember that the process to make the cream cheese does reduce the kefir volume.
The ingredients are pretty basic and you will probably have them in your fridge or kitchen cupboard already.
Let’s get started!
Kefir Devilled Eggs Ingredients
- 1 dozen eggs, hard-boiled and shelled
- 1/2-1 cup kefir cream cheese (see How To Make Kefir Cream Cheese)
- 2 tsp. lemon juice
- 2 tsp. hot English mustard
- 1 tsp. Himalayan salt or sea salt
- Sprinkling of Paprika for garnish
Kefir Devilled Eggs Method
Boil the eggs well – no runny yolks needed here! Slice the boiled eggs lengthwise in half. Use a teaspoon to scoop the yolks out of each egg half and put the yolk in a bowl. Once all the yolks are in the bowl, add the lemon juice, mustard and salt. Smash the egg yolks with the back of a fork. Using a wooden or plastic spoon, (not metal – it reacts with the kefir and reduces the probiotic properties), stir in the ½ cup of kefir cream cheese. Keep mixing until the yolk mixture is nice and creamy.
Add more kefir cream cheese, or a little milk if the yolk mixture is still a bit dry.
Using a wooden or plastic utensil, stuff egg white halves with the yolk mixture. Sprinkle with the paprika to taste.
Arrange the devilled eggs on a plate or a tray covered in tinfoil and present to your guests or family as a delicious treat! They will love it!
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