Eat This, Not That: Deviled Eggs

Amanda Peterson, RDN, LD | Molly Mills, RDN, LD
March 30, 2021
Deviled Eggs

 

Nothing screams springtime or Easter quite as much as deviled eggs. And, honestly, they can be a great food choice! They are a good source of protein and, therefore, a very filling side dish. The only downside to deviled eggs is that they can be rather high in fat. However, we have a tip to fix that! Instead of making your eggs with mayonnaise, try using low-fat plain greek yogurt instead (in a 1:1 ratio). Greek yogurt adds the same creamy texture and MORE protein but takes away the added calories from fat, so you can Eat This, Not That!

Eat This: Greek Yogurt Deviled Eggs
Serving Size: 2 egg halves (1 full egg)
Calories: 100
Protein: 8 g
Fat: 5 g

Not That: Traditional Deviled Eggs
Serving Size: 2 egg halves (1 full egg)
Calories: 140
Protein: 4 g
Fat: 11 g

About the Author

Amanda Peterson, RDN, LD | Molly Mills, RDN, LD
Amanda and Molly are the MUSC Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery Program Registered Dietitians. With 15+ years of experience combined, they facilitate behavior change through nutrition counseling for weight loss and maintenance with children through adults.
Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery

Keywords: Diet, Healthy Eating, Healthy Recipes, Weight Loss, Weight Management