Adventures in Healthier Eating with 2 Kids and a Picky Husband

Breakfast Deviled Eggs

5 WWPP Posted by 2 years ago 9 Comments

I’m obsessed with eggs for breakfast. Almost every day I wake up early, hit the gym and then whip up an omelet with whatever I have in the fridge. It’s a morning tradition.

That is, when I’m home.

If you haven’t noticed my posting here on GreenLiteBites has been a little spotty. I’ve been traveling a lot this summer and actually have one more big trip planned next week with the 8-year-old. I’ll be posting about it on TheUnworldlyTravelers if you want updates.

Anyway, this morning I thought I’d mix things up a bit. I made a dozen hard-boiled eggs a few days ago, and normally on really busy mornings I’ll just grab a couple, but today I had a few minutes to experiment with a deviled egg idea I’ve had for some time.

One of the perks of working with The Laughing Cow is free cheese. I have every Smooth Sensations flavor in my fridge and I’ve been wanting to find fun ways to eat them besides smeared on a bagel, which is absolutely delicious but a bit boring. Plus I’m just not a big bagel girl anymore.

Breakfast Deviled Eggs - ingredients

Eggs are my new go-to for breakfast and now I’ve come up with a way to eat eggs and cream cheese and let me tell you, it’s delicious!

Deviled EggsI’ve never been that big of a deviled egg fan mostly because the stuff — OK, mayo — people put in them grosses me. I’m not going to get into it again, just know mayo and I have never been friends.

The result of using The Laughing Cow and the egg yolks was a thick, creamy, satisfying bite. I added the pickle and bacon just because and it ended up being my favorite part of the bite.  The sweet and salty bits hit your taste buds first and it sets the stage for the rest of the deviled egg experience.

I may have liked these a little too much. Here’s what I did…

Cut the eggs in half and gently remove the yolks.

Breakfast Deviled Eggs - Remove Yolks

Combine the yolks, Laughing Cow and pickle juice.


Mix until smooth.


Spoon the yolk mixture back into the egg whites. Then sprinkle with the pickle and bacon bits.

Breakfast Deviled Eggs Done


Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 Entire Recipe – 2 whole deviled eggs
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
190 13g 0g old: 5 new: 5
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
2g 6g 4g 14g

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    August 5, 2013

    Be still my heart! I love eggs and they've always been my go to at breakfast. I have an obsession with egg salad or deviled eggs, so this will definitely help curb that craving. What a great idea! Reply


    August 5, 2013

    I was surprised/disappointed to find out that Laughing Cow is NOT real cheese. False advertising. Reply


      August 6, 2013

      Kat, If you have any questions about the products you should contact The Laughing Cow, their customer service is really good... That being said, their ingredient list doesn't scare me. :)


      October 3, 2013

      What makes it not real cheese? It's cultured milk...cheese is cultured milk, right?

    Matt @ Your Living Living Body

    August 5, 2013

    Those look awesome. Hard boiled eggs are my go to as well for those early mornings. Easy source of fuel for my hectic nursing job. Reply


    August 6, 2013

    That's the perfect breakfast right there, bit of protein, fat and carbs :) Reply

    Tracy @ Sassy Girl

    August 6, 2013

    I love the idea of deviled eggs for breakfast! Sometimes I will dice up two hard boiled eggs and add a tablespoon of blue cheese and toss. Love this with a side of tomato! You've inspired me to try more deviled eggs for breakfast. Reply


    August 9, 2013

    I LOVE eggs of all forms. And occasionally I make deviled eggs as part of a quick meal, but never even considered Laughing Cow cheese (which I also love) with them. Wow! Cannot WAIT to give this a go. Reply


    May 19, 2015

    Wow! I took this idea and turned it into egg salad to go in a pita pocket. I added a teaspoon of relish, chopped one egg and mixed it all together. I put it in a pita with romaine and raw spinach. Yum! Thanks for the inspiration. Reply