Friday, July 29, 2016

Baked Egg Bites With Garlic Yogurt Filling

By: The Food Hunter

When you are tasked with making deviled eggs for a summer party....but deviled eggs aren't really your something fun instead. These baked eggs are a nice change of pace from the classic deviled eggs you'll find at most picnics. They taste delicious, are fun to eat and have a tangy yogurt filling that you won't be able to resist.

I'll admit that making these eggs is even more fun with cool tools like the Le Creuset egg dish, the KitchenIQ measuring spoons and cool cutting boards and of course Stonyfield yogurt.

Baked Egg Bites With Garlic Yogurt Filling
(printable recipe)

6 eggs
1 cup Stonyfield Greek yogurt
1-2 teaspoons garlic powder
salt & pepper

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Butter your Le Crueset egg dish. Whisk eggs with salt & pepper in a large measuring cup. Gently pour into prepared egg dish and bake for 15 mins.

Remove from the oven, pop eggs from dish and allow to cool on a cooling rack. In the meantime mix together yogurt, garlic powder and salt and pepper. Add the mixture to a piping bag.

When the eggs are cool enough to handle you can remove a small amount out of the center of each with a little spoon. Pipe the yogurt filling into the center and top with a sprinkle of paprika.

I have an ongoing relationship with Stonyfield as a member of the Clean Plate Club. I receive product, coupons and compensation for posts featuring their products. As always, all opinions are 100% my own


  1. Your "printable recipe" tab is not working. I tried to click on it with no success. I would love to print egg bites recipe. Thank you.


  2. I saw these earlier on social media and began to salivate immediately. Needles to say they went straight to the top of my "must make" list!

  3. Yum! These look like something that would be the first to go if brought to a party! I'd probably have to make 2 lots, one to bring, and one to scarf all on my own:)

  4. We really enjoy eggs any way we can get them. Our kids always would chow down on deviled eggs but this is really a great variation. I'm definitely trying them out.

  5. What a unique twist on deviled eggs! I love baking eggs.

  6. What an awesome idea for the appetizer. So simple but so good!