#SecretRecipeClub ~ 3 Ingredient Deviled Eggs

Welcome to the March 2016 Group D reveal day for Secret Recipe Club! I hope you will take a moment to visit the Secret Recipe Club if you've never heard of it before - it is a wonderful group of food bloggers who are given a secret assignment of another member's blog each month and our goal is to pick ANYTHING from their blog to make and post about on our designated reveal day.

This month I was lucky enough to visit Nora at Natural Noshing again. I first discovered Nora's blog back in 2013 with only my second Secret Recipe Club post when I shared a breakfast banana split! I was pregnant and wanted something quick and easy then, this time I was able to take my time and really dig into Nora's recipes a little more.

Where to start: Sun-Dried Tomato, Mushroom and Goat Cheese OmeletteChicken with Balsamic Bruschetta VegetablesUnstuffed Cabbage SkilletTurkey Meatballs with Spinach SauceTurkey TacosBest Grilled SalmonGrilled Fish TacosSalmon with Grilled Peach SalsaWhite Bean Tuna Salad MeltOpen Faced Egg SandwichIce Cream Cake Ball BombsPumpkin Pudding Pie in a JarPeanut Butter Ice CreamSpringy Egg SaladJava Chip SmoothieStrawberry Mango Smoothie, or a Banana Buddy Shake... ummm... I was a little spoilt for choice.

I had my eyes firmly on the grilled fish tacos but with Easter just happening yesterday I wanted to find something that could be served with our dinner so opted to browse through the sides and appetizers. When we came across these unique deviled eggs I knew my search was over. The original recipe calls for 2 TBS of hummus per egg yolk but we liked the consistency and flavor better with a 1 TBS to yolk ratio - you can start with 1 TBS per yolk and increase if desired. They were quick, easy, and really tasty! I love how you can change up the flavor profile very easily by using different flavors of hummus.

3-Ingredient Deviled Eggs from Natural Noshing

6 eggs, hardboiled, and cooled
6 TBS hummus (I used Sabra Roasted Garlic Flavor)
Paprika, for sprinkling (I used sweet smoked paprika)

  1. Gently peel the hardboiled eggs and discard shells. Cut eggs in half lengthwise. Pop the yolks out into a small bowl and mash until smooth. Add in the hummus and blend together.
  2. Arrange the cut egg white halves on a platter and divide the yolk / hummus mixture between the holes. Sprinkle lightly with paprika (if desired) before serving.


  1. It's not Easter without Deviled Eggs. Great choice

  2. Yummy! I haven't tried using hummus for the deviled eggs!

  3. Hummua deviled eggs!? I must try!

  4. This is my kind of deviled egg. I hate mayo so normally I stay clear away. But I adore hummus. I am going to try these soon. Thanks for sharing and Happy Reveal Day!

  5. What an interesting ingredient for making deviled eggs! Perfect choice for Easter!

  6. It truly isn't Easter without a platter of deviled eggs. I love the addition of hummus, I bet it was amazing.

  7. Sounds like the perfect appetizer! Wonderful pick for this time of year.


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