MAR 29th

What do Siracha, Peanut Butter and Avocados Have In Common? Easter Egg Recipes, Of Course!


First I’d like to extend a warm welcome to all the new subscribers!  I am overwhelmed with the kind emails and comments from my last post.  Your thoughts and suggestions are very important to me so please don’t hesitate to reach out.  It’s really cool to know that you are reading this from all corners of the world.  Since the “Peek Into” series was so popular we will be doing another one very soon!  If there is a room or a space that you would like to “Peek Into,” please let me know.

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I’ve been an interior designer for (gulp) almost 20 years and I gratefully acknowledge that I have a wonderful and loyal clientele with some pretty awesome projects.  And while I strongly advocate making it a part of the decorating budget; I know that hiring an interior designer isn’t possible for everyone.  So, I am starting a new series called “Ask A Designer.”  I may not be able to answer every question -and some things might not be able to be answered in a blog post-but I’ll sure try.  So please send me your questions.

And now onto the important business…What do I do with all of those Easter eggs?  Beans, (my five year old daughter’s nickname) loves to color eggs.  Which is great but…I am usually left with so many eggs that I end up throwing some out. And I hate to waste food.  But c’mon.  How many hard boiled eggs can a family of 3 eat?

Amy Vermillion Blog- Easter Egg Recipes- Martha Stewart Eggs

Martha Stewart

How about some new spins on some old favs? (Click on links or pictures for easy printing and pinning)

I love egg salad–it’s a homey comfort food.  Adding avocado seems only natural.  I’d put some bacon in there too but I think bacon makes everything better.

Avocado Egg Salad From The Chicken Recipe Box



And if you are dreading upcoming bathing suit shopping:

Here is SkinnyTaste version of Avocado Egg Salad (4 Points+ Weight Watchers)

Deviled Eggs?  Yes please.  They seem to be a popping up all over hip restaurants menus.  Even the super simple deviled eggs are delish but these next ones–kapow!

This recipe looks amazing!  I love the flavors of Thai.

Thai Deviled Eggs from The Wannabe Chef

And for the heat lovers there are Siracha-and-Wasabi Deviled Eggs from Food & Wine

I am dying to try this one!


Saveur has a simple one for Bacon-and-Cheese Deviled Eggs

Amy Vermillion Interiors Blog- Bacon and Cheese Deviled Eggs via Saveur

via Saveur


Amy Vermillion Interiors Blog-Deviled Egg Tips


Thanks for hopping by…

I hope you have a wonderful Easter!

Let me know how your eggs turned out and please submit your questions for “Ask A Designer.”



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6 Responses to What do Siracha, Peanut Butter and Avocados Have In Common? Easter Egg Recipes, Of Course!

  1. Ellen says:

    Great Tips!…..have fun with the Easter Bunny!….smiles

  2. Thanks Ellen! Happy Easter! XO

  3. geoffrey says:

    Great recipes and I shall try some of them. Also, how about egg chopped w red onion, avacado and salsa in a taco shell? (and maybe some cheese…)

  4. Yum….I am sooo hungry now! Some good ones and glad a few are diet friendly. HAPPY EASTER!!