Like I mentioned in my Spicy Sour Cream Sauce post, I’m loving hot and spicy foods these days.
Sriracha sauce gets liberally applied to just about anything. So why not make deviled eggs a bit more true to their namesake? Like, make them Sriracha Deviled Eggs and make them hot and spicy! I’ve recently updated this recipe, too and it’s even more amazing.
YouFood (formerly TwoGrand) is an app I use daily to help me track what I eat. It’s also a great source of inspiration. I wish I could take the credit for thinking up this delightfully tasty Sriracha Deviled Eggs concept, but I saw a post from a fellow TGer and just had to try it. Thanks so much, @friendlyshoe!
It was love at first bite. And, an update…
In fact, I spent an entire evening daydreaming over how I was going to make and eat Sriracha Deviled Eggs for breakfast the next day. Oh, the anticipation…
As if these things aren’t delicious enough, I made some today and added two of my favorite ingredients – nooch (nutritional yeast) and Simply Sunflower Lecithin, which is available through my affiliate partner, the THM Store.
Why nooch and lecithin?
I love to put nooch in all the things because it’s a great way to add B vitamins and a little extra protein and fiber. It has a cheesy/nutty flavor that goes well in so many savory applications. It’s also the secret ingredient in my Bread in a Mug recipe that makes this gluten free bread more bread-y.
Sunflower lecithin is fast becoming one of my favorite ingredients. Lecithin is rich in the lipids phosphatidylinositol, phosphatidylethanolamine, and phosphatidylcholine as well as abundant in fatty acids which are essential for a healthy brain and nervous system. It also has this amazing superpower – the ability to make things creamier with just a tiny amount! I just added a small amount to this and what a difference in texture!
Trim Healthy Mamas, this is one satisfying S!
Enjoy these devilishly good, brain boosters in a low carb setting. Have them for breakfast, lunch, supper or snacks – they are amazing any time of day. Always make sure you center your meals and snacks around a healthy protein source, THM recommends 20 grams. One whole extra large egg contains 7 grams of protein, so make yourself three of these (that’s SIX halves…feast!) and you’ve got enough protein.
Follow the instructions above to make and assemble the Sriracha Deviled Eggs. Take them to a potluck. Or eat them all yourself. I’d probably do the latter, to be honest. Sriracha Deviled Eggs bring out the devil in me, I guess 😉