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Egg Salad Celery bites

Come Sunday afternoon many of our fridges will be overflowing with hard boiled eggs. What to do with all these colored beauties? There’s only so many hard boiled and deviled eggs I can eat.  My kids and I came up with a perfect snack to use up those eggs that’s both healthy and gives us an afternoon boost. To top it off it’s fun to eat, crunch crunch!

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  • Scooping the Mayo 1 of 9
    Scooping the Mayo
  • Squirting the Mustard 2 of 9
    Squirting the Mustard
  • Stirring It Up 3 of 9
    Stirring It Up
  • Peeling The Eggs 4 of 9
    Peeling The Eggs
  • Pouring The Sauce Ove The Eggs 5 of 9
    Pouring The Sauce Ove The Eggs
  • Chopping The Eggs 6 of 9
    Chopping The Eggs
    We use a pastry cutter which made perfect slices and was easy for the kids.
  • Assembling The Celery Bites 7 of 9
    Assembling The Celery Bites
  • Sampling Our Creation 8 of 9
    Sampling Our Creation
  • All Finished! 9 of 9
    All Finished!

Egg Salad Celery Bites Recipe

4 hard boiled eggs

3 tablespoon mayo

1 tablespoon spicy brown mustard (I like Guldens)

1 tablespoon dill relish

4 stalks of celery cut into 1 to 3 inch pieces

Combine the mayo, mustard and relish and pour over hard boiled eggs. Using a pastry blender, cut up the eggs into small cubes, then stir until combined. Spoon onto celery pieces and serve. Serves about 6.

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*this post is dedicated to my sheep loving SIL Sunni


 

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