Angel Eggs Not Deviled Eggs

The hunt is over! Here is a recipe that converts Deviled Eggs to Angel Eggs with fewer calories and fat all while maintaining the flavor of the standard egg icon in America. Simply discard the fat, calories and cholesterol that are found in egg yolks and keep the good protein - the egg white (albumin). Try these on your family…just do not tell them ahead of time. :-) 



2 medium potatoes, boiled

6 eggs, boiled and peeled

½ cup fat free mayonnaise

1 T yellow mustard

1t Dijon styled mustard

1 t sweet pickle juice

Paprika for garnish


Peel and boil potatoes. Mash to a very fine consistency and when cooled, add the fat free mayonnaise, mustards and pickle juice. Mix well, set aside.

Peel boiled eggs. Cut in half, discarding yolks. Using a pastry bag filled with potato mixture, pipe the filling into each egg. Sprinkle with paprika.


Serves 6. Serving size: two egg halves.

Nutritional analysis: Calories 82, fat 0.2 g, carbohydrates 14 g, protein 4.8 g, cholesterol 0 g.

Usual Deviled eggs: Calories140, fat 8.4g, cholesterol 214 g, protein 6.4g.

If you need more of an egg yolk flavor, then add ½ the amount of egg yolks. For 6 eggs, add 3 of the egg yolks into the potatoes.

For a variation on eggless fillings, see suggestions below.


Green Eggs and Ham:

Prepare eggs in standard manner. Let cool and remove yolks.  Prepare the guacamole according to directions. Using a pastry bag, pipe in the guacamole. Top with two thin slices of low sodium ham.


Southwest Angel Eggs

Prepare eggs as directed and peel when cool. Prepare ½ cup of polenta with cheese (follow package directions). Let cool. Using a pastry bag, fill each egg with the polenta. Top with a sliced jalapeño and sprinkle fresh chopped cilantro.


Mediterranean Eggs

In place of the standard egg filling, add hummus to the eggs using a pastry bag.  Top with chopped black olives (optional) or Italian parsley.


Heart Healthy Omega-3 Angel Eggs

Prepare eggs and remove yolks. Finely chop a small red onion.  Place a small portion of the red onion into the halved egg. Then add a small dollop of reduced fat cream cheese. Top with a thin slice of smoked salmon. Garnish with capers on top of the salmon or chopped fresh dill.

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Serves 6. Serving Size: two egg halves
Angel Eggs Not Deviled Eggs – Nutrition Information

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.