Game Day Ready Recipe
The big game is almost here so let’s make sure your eats are touchdown-worthy before you invite guests over to root on their favorite team. Football party food should be easy to prepare, easy to eat, and finger foods fit the bill. You can quickly whip up a snack that packs big taste and will keep everyone happy.
This recipe idea is an all-star fan favorite, but with a tasty twist! I made some easy Eggland’s Best Balsamic Deviled Eggs with Pancetta. It’s delicious and it packs a nutritional punch for your friends and family.
To make it, you will need:
1 4oz. package diced pancetta
12 Eggland's Best eggs, hard-cooked
3/4 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon celery seed
2 teaspoons chives, chopped
The MVP of this recipe is the EB eggs! Let’s take a look at the stats:
Talk about a power player! With Eggland’s Best Eggs you get 25% less saturated fat, 2x more omega-3s, 5X more vitamin D, and 10X more vitamin E, compared to ordinary eggs.
And what stamina! Independent testing has confirmed that Eggland’s Best eggs stay fresher longer than ordinary eggs due to a wholesome, all-vegetarian hen feed – a fresh egg equals a fresh recipe!
You can’t miss these guys in the grocery - just look for that distinctive EB stamp right on the shell!
So let’s get cooking:
First, hard cook your eggs. Heat on high until water is boiling. Then cover with a lid and turn off the heat. Let the eggs stand for about 12 minutes.
Meanwhile, fry the pancetta in a skillet until brown and crispy and set aside.
Peel and halve the hard-cooked eggs lengthwise, and put the yolks in your food processor. Add all of the remaining ingredients to the food processor, except for the pancetta. Puree until smooth. Add most of the pancetta and pulse until well combined.
Spoon the egg mixture into a baggie, snip the end off, and fill egg whites. Then, just garnish the eggs with the rest of the pancetta!
Eggland’s Best eggs also contain 3x more vitamin B12 compared to ordinary eggs, which is important for turning food into energy, so the fans can cheer on!
Now enjoy the game AND the game day food!