Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Two Ingredient Sweet Baby Ray's Golden Mustard BBQ Sauce Deviled Eggs

I love trying new BBQ sauces and couldn't get this one into my cart fast enough... These two ingredient Sweet Baby Ray's Golden Mustard Barbecue Sauce Deviled Eggs were a big hit at dinner! They are sweet and tangy all at the same time, and in case you're wondering, there isn't any heat in this sauce. This is a nice alternative for folks that don't care for, or can't eat mayonnaise. So if you're looking for something new to make this Easter, don't hesitate to give these zesty eggs a try folks:@)

Can't wait to grill up some chicken...
Directions:
For every three eggs use 2 Tblsp Sweet Bay Ray's Sweet Golden Mustard BBQ Sauce (6 eggs=1/4 C sauce). Mix until smooth. Garnish with paprika, smoked paprika or chipotle powder if desired. Best eaten the day they're made.

I have no affiliation with Sweet Baby Ray's, just wanted to share a simple recipe that we enjoyed. 
Of course if they want to send a little love my way, well... They know where to find me:@)

12 comments:

  1. Your deviled eggs sound delicious Lynn! I love your pretty wavy cut of the egg white too :)

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  2. I love the pretty wavy cut too. Good idea Lynn for those who can't or don't like mayo.
    Sam

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  3. I love deviled eggs. For a long time, I was a purist--mayo, minced onion and sweet pickle relish. I'm branching out starting now!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  4. Now those eggs are 'deviled' not stuffed, but deviled. Love it.

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  5. My husband would love these! Zesty! Hugs, Diane

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  6. I can't wait to try this sauce! Your eggs are a work of art Lynn!
    Jenna

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  7. I love Seeet Baby Ray's regular BBQ sauce and would love to try this new sauce with the eggs.

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  8. Ooh my...this version of deviled eggs sounds so different and one that I'd love to try. Thanks, Deviled Egg Queen!

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  9. Your version sounds like a nice way to change up deviled eggs.

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  10. Thanks for the tip.."there isn't any heat in this sauce". My kinda flavor... I shall look for it, toot-sweet!

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  11. I'll have to look for this new Sweet Baby Rays flavor! I'll bet it would be great on chicken or pork and deviled eggs, of course with the mustard in it. Delish!

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  12. Hi Lynn,
    I would have to make an extra dozen of these, they look fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again soon!
    Miz Helen

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