peep this: 3 "heavenly" Easter egg recipes

here at fitlosophy, we make quite a few peeps about Easter. and why not?? it’s a pretty special day, after all. and what better way to celebrate than with deviled eggs (with a side of irony)?? let’s face it, we’ve all got a surplus of boiled eggs hangin’ around this time of year. why not put them to good use with these tasty little devils? in true fitlosophy fashion, we’ve cleaned up the typical recipe to bring you bites that are all mayo-free and all divinely tasty! they may be deviled, but we think they’re pretty darn heavenly. chick ‘em out!

[avocado heavenly eggs]

makes 2 deviled eggs

1 boiled egg

¼ avocado, diced

½ tsp cumin

sea salt + pepper to taste

1 tbsp cotija cheese crumbles

1 tbsp chopped cilantro

  1. cut egg in half lengthwise + remove yolk.
  2. in a small bowl, mash yolk, avocado, cumin, salt + pepper with a fork until fully incorporated.
  3. fill the two egg halves with the yolk mixture + garnish with cotija cheese crumbles + chopped cilantro.
[pesto heavenly eggs]

makes 2 deviled eggs

1 boiled egg

2 tbsp ricotta cheese

1 tbsp pesto + 1 tsp for garnish

1 grape tomato, chopped



  1. cut egg in half lengthwise + remove yolk.
  2. in a small bowl, mash yolk, ricotta cheese + pesto with a fork until fully incorporated.
  3. fill the two egg halves with the yolk mixture + garnish with more pesto + chopped tomato.

 [bacon + scallion heavenly eggs]

makes 2 deviled eggs

1 boiled egg

1 tbsp plain greek yogurt

1 tsp dijon mustard

sea salt + pepper to taste

1 slice bacon, cooked + crumbled

1 green onion, chopped

  1. cut egg in half lengthwise + remove yolk.
  2. in a small bowl, mash yolk, greek yogurt, dijon mustard, salt, pepper, bacon crumbles + green onion with a fork until fully incorporated.
  3. fill the two egg halves with the yolk mixture + garnish with more bacon + green onion.

Happy Easter, fitlosophy peeps!!


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