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Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs Recipe

Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs Recipe

Give your plain old deviled eggs a festive upgrade with this delicious Cranberry Feta Deviled Egg Recipe!

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Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs

If you love serving deviled eggs at holiday gathering or just love eating them add a festive twist to them this holiday season with these Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs. Topped with a delicious cranberry sauce and feta cheese, deviled eggs just got a major upgrade! One bite of these savory deviled eggs and your tastebuds will thank you! This is one of those recipes that you can throw together last minute and requires hardly any work at all to make them.

Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs

Especially because I used Great Day Farms Hard-Boiled Eggs. They’re already cooked and peeled, which is the hardest part of deviled eggs anyway.

So all I have to do is slice the eggs, scoop the perfectly cooked centers and mix with a few ingredients. That’s it!

Holiday appetizers don’t get much easier than that!

Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs

What I love about deviled eggs is that they’re delicious by themselves but the topping combinations are endless.

You can really get creative with flavor combos for a delicious spin on a tradition recipe.

These Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs only need a few ingredients which you probably already have on hand! You’ll need:

  • 6 eggs
  • Mayo
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Feta Cheese
  • Parsley

Using Great Day Farms Hard-Boiled Eggs really helped me cut down on the prep time. Which was great because I totally made these last minute.

Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs

We had some friends drop by unexpectedly and I was able to whip these up in literally minutes because I had everything on hand.

Talk about a lifesaver (and timesaver)!

Great Day Farms Hard-Boiled Eggs are a great source of quality protein and are available in 2 and 6-packs at Walmart in the deli section.

Cranberry Feta Deviled Eggs

Enjoy! When you make this recipe, come back and tell me what you thought!