Hummus Eggs


Spring is in the air, which means Easter is almost here, and I have a got classic Spring dish lightened for you to try this year!

I am a big fan of deviled eggs, they always seem like a treat to me, I guess because it’s not something you typically have on a busy weeknight.  They remind me of fun family get togethers, usually in the Spring and Summer months.  I love the original version of course, but if you’re looking to try something different, maybe lighten things up while giving your deviled eggs a pop of flavor, I’ve got a recipe for you!

This recipe makes 12 deviled eggs but you can easily double it if you have a bigger group.  Hope you enjoy it, and Happy Easter!



Oh and if you are more into the classic deviled eggs, here is a more traditional recipe I made last year:




Date posted: April 10, 2014 | Author: | No Comments »

Categories: Appetizer Holidays Sides

corn pudding

Hands down one of my favorite southern casseroles is good ol corn pudding.  This one is made with fresh, sweet corn, and it’s lightened up a little from the traditional version.  If you’re making this during the fall or winter, frozen corn, thawed, will work here as well.  However, you just can’t beat sweet southern corn, it really makes all of the difference in this dish.  Give this one a try for your Easter brunch/lunch this Spring, you won’t be disappointed!


Date posted: April 3, 2014 | Author: | No Comments »

Categories: Holidays Sides