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My husband John has three food-related obsessions, horseradish, bacon and eggs. It’s pretty common knowledge to just about everyone on the planet that everything’s better with bacon, but in our house most things are also better with horseradish. We love it, and even our not-typically-spicy-loving kids are fans.
A few years ago I came up with an idea to put two of his favorite things into a deviled egg recipe. He has always loved deviled eggs more than words and when I added in his beloved horseradish, oh my gosh the joy was priceless. He could eat them every day, seriously.
I, on the other hand, do not make them every day because they are such a mess, and a little time consuming with all the boiling, peeling and filling. But yum, are they sooo good. And some days like today, they are totally worth it, especially since I’m also posting about easy kitchen clean up with the new Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth. Check out my free printable Clean Kitchen Check List below. And now check out my step by step recipe for these fabulous deviled eggs.
Cheesy Horseradish Deviled Eggs
one dozen eggs
1/3 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese
1/4-1/3 cup horseradish sauce (or more if you’re John)
1/3 cup cream cheese
1/3 cup mayonnaise
Boil and Peel Eggs, then Cut in Half.
Egg Peeling Tip! Normally “they” say that it’s better to peel hard boiled eggs after at least a day or so, but I’ve found a trick that works for even newly boiled eggs. Peel them in a bowl of water for easy-to-peel eggs. Most will come out super smooth with no dents!
Mix “Deviled” Ingredients.
Put your egg yolks into the food processor and then add 1/3 cup Parmesan, 1/3 cup cream cheese, 1/3 cup mayo, and 1/4 to 1/3 cup (or more) horseradish sauce. Mix with processor for 1 to 2 minutes until smooth.
Spoon in Filling.
Carefully spoon in your filling into the half egg whites and smooth out for a flat look. A small sized teaspoon seems to work best for this step.
Top with Parmesan Shavings and Fresh Dill.
Sprinkle a bit of Parmesan cheese and a small sprig of fresh dill for added flavor and texture.
John and the rest of the family certainly did!
These were so good and creamy but as I said, a MESS to make like all deviled eggs. But the new Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth makes clean up a snap. It has non-scratch scrubbing with the wiping and drying functions of a dish cloth. One side, as you can see here, has scrubbing dots similar to what you’d find on Scotch-Brite® stay clean sponges, which is so awesome for those stuck on messes.
These are washable and reusable, and the designs and colors are really nice too. They’re available in 2 packs in gray, mint, coral, and navy for $4.99 at Target. Plus, save now on Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloths at Target with this Cartwheel offer from 6/19-6/25!
Kitchen cleaning is really NOT my favorite thing. I actually kind of hate it, and sadly (for me) since John broke his thumb over a month ago he hasn’t been able to do much of the lovely dish washing and cleaning that he is always so great at doing. Have I mentioned how much I love my husband? There are so many areas of the kitchen that I just don’t always think about cleaning so I thought I’d put together a comprehensive list and turn it into a printable. Just click on this image, hit save as, and print!
With kitchen cleaning, I sometimes forget to wipe down handles and knobs. Extra germs can accumulate there because of hands, especially those germy little kid hands, and these towels make it so easy. To use the Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth simply wet the towel, add dish soap if you’d like, use the scrubby side if needed for stuck-on messes without the risk of scratching, then use the smooth side for a nice clean and shine.
My coffee machine is one small appliance that I very often forget about. It gets coffee splashes on it regularly and that dried-on mess is no match for the Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth. This photo was pre-clean. Yuck.
After making those yummy deviled eggs today I have such a mess in my sink. These dish cloths make clean up very easy. You know those times when a regular dish cloth doesn’t do that scrubbing you need. I sometimes even use my fingernail to get the stuck-on junk off. So this non-scratch scrubbing side is perfect. You can find Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloths in the kitchen cleaning section of Target, which is near the cleaning tools, not where the other dish towels are located. And don’t forget, you can save from 6/19-6/25 with this Cartwheel offer!
Check out other great recipes and cleaning tutorials here from some of my favorite bloggers at the social hub! Have you tried with Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloths?