Southwest Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs

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I love Easter!

 

I’m not sure if it’s because of Spring in the air, or the fact that I love to have potluck  at my daddy’s with all of my sisters.  Of course, watching all the kiddos looking for Easter Eggs is always the highlight of the day!

 

Being the baby of the siblings, I usually am the last in getting a say in my menu choices.  My sisters take the easy, no brainer dishes and that means that I’m left to coming up with something classic but with a twist.

 

This year I decided to go with the fail- proof deviled eggs, but I thought why not spice it up a bit.  That’s when I decided on Southwest Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs!

 

Everybody can use a little spice in their life, Right?

 

Deviled eggs are a staple food at any Southern get-together. I grew up standing in the kitchen watching my momma make a platter for family reunions and bbq’s.  These  Southwest Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs definitely aren’t my momma’s recipe, but I do believe she would approve 100%!!

 

And yes, I use fresh eggs from my hens!

 

Don’t they just look lovely in pictures?

 

Southwest Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs

Southwest Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs

What you need:
  • 6 hard boiled eggs
  • 8 oz sour cream
  • .5 oz package of southwest ranch dry seasoning
  • 4 slices of bacon cooked and chopped
  • 1/4 cup of shredded cheese
  • pinch salt & pepper
  • paprika (optional)
  • green onions (optional)

 

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What you do:
  1. Boil the eggs in a pot of water for 10-15 minutes.
  2. Drain and cover in ice water for 10 minutes.
  3. Peal all of the eggs.
  4. Cut hard boiled eggs in half lengthwise. Remove yolks and place in a small mixing bowl.
  5. Mash yolks with a fork, add sour cream, southwest ranch dry seasoning, salt and pepper.
  6. Spoon mixture into egg whites and garnish with cheese, bacon and green onions (optional).  
  7. Sprinkle with paprika.

 

* You can use a piping bag to add yolk mixture into egg whites. 

I serve with a side of salsa!  Believe your guests will thank you!

 

Enjoy and Happy Easter!

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 blog profile picMiranda, is a Crunchy, Country Mama giving her look on a Homemade Life of Homeschool, Good Eats, (Mis)Adventures, and Living Grace-Filled Everyday at GraceandGravy with a side of life! Miranda has been married to her sweet husband for 16 years and a homeschool mama to 2 kiddos at home. She loves her four-legged, fur babies and they make her life complete. Miranda is passionate about Guatemala Missions, Early Farmhouse Life/Decor, and learning to be a Self-Sufficient Homesteader!

 

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Basket of Eggs “Easter” Craft Printable

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I love walking outside and seeing all the flowers in bloom and hearing the birds chirping away.

 

That means Spring is here and I am in love!

 

And with Spring here, well, that means that Easter is coming soon.

 

After a long winter we could all use a bit of cheer, and what could be better than a quick and easy craft to make with your children to get excited about Easter?

 

My Basket of Eggs Easter Craft is the perfect solution!

 

What could be more fun than coloring eggs and gluing them into a basket?

 

No mess, no hassle, just memories to create and remember.

 

Want to make it a teachable lesson?

 

How about having your preschoolers count eggs as they glue them into the basket!

 

Perfect fun and learning in ONE!

 

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What you will need to have on hand:

  • Crayons or Markers
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • A Printer
  • Paper

What you will need to do to complete this Easter Craft:

  • Print off Basket Printable and Egg Printable
  • Color Basket and Eggs
  • Cut out eggs
  • Glue Eggs in Basket
  • Hang up to enjoy

 

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To Download click Basket of Eggs Easter Craft.

 

Hope you enjoy!

 

*All clipart and graphics were created by MyCuteGraphics.

 

 

blog profile pic

Miranda, is a Crunchy, Country Mama giving her look on a Homemade Life of Homeschool, Good Eats, (Mis) Adventures, and Living Grace-Filled Everyday@GraceandGravy with a side of life! Miranda has been married to her sweet husby for 16 years and a homeschool momma to 2 kiddos at home. She loves her four-legged, fur babies and they make her life complete. Miranda is passionate about Guatemala Missions, Early Farmhouse Life/Decor, and learning to be a Self-Sufficient Homesteader!

You can also find GraceandGravy on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter!

 


8 Amazing Dip Recipes to Please a Crowd!

Tonight is New Year’s Eve and I know a lot of you will be out having a great time with your friends and family.  We will be heading to a friend’s house for the countdown.  If you don’t know yet what you’re taking to your parties, let me entice you with several amazing dip recipes.  But first, let me remind you about the amazing Resolutions Sale we have going here on Sidetracked Sarah, where you can get 50% off of many of my ebook bundles!  (there are several different ways to save, so be sure to check it out so you can save money and time on dinner!)

8 Amazing Dip Recipes

 

Most of these are recommended to me by friends and I have not tried them yet, but wow, don’t they look amazing?  Of course, I can’t offer dip recipes, without sharing our incredibly popular Chile Con Queso dip.  Mmmm, it is always a favorite in our house!

 

1.  Chile Con Queso

from yours truly, Sidetracked Sarah

Chile Con Queso Dip for Your Slow Cooker

 

 

2.  Buffalo Chicken Dip

from Love Bakes Good Cakes

Buffalo Chicken Dip

 

 

3.  Indian Layer Dip

submitted by From This Kitchen Table

Indian-Layer-Dip-From This Kitchen Table

 

 

4.  Individual 7-Layer Dip

from The Girl Who Ate Everything

7 Layer Dip - Individual Servings

 

 

5.  Easy Guacamole

by Sidetracked Sarah

How to Make Guacamole the Easy Way

 

 

6.  Peanut Butter Fruit Dip

by Real Mom Kitchen

Peanut Butter Dip

 

 

7.  Marshmallow & Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

by Sidetracked Sarah

Apple & Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

 

 

8.  Hot Spinach Artichoke Dip

by Living Well Spending Less

hot spinach artichoke dip

 

Don’t forget to get entered into the slow cooker and recipe book giveaway!

 

And don’t miss out on this week’s AMAZING Resolutions sale where you can get 50% off of many of my e-cookbook bundles!  This is only for a limited time!

 

If you’d like to see EVEN MORE great dip recipes, visit my board on Pinterest!  Oh and if you’d follow me on Pinterest, that would be awesome, too!
Follow Sarah Robinson (SidetrackedSarah.com)’s board Dips & Spreads on Pinterest.