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Saturday, January 20, 2024

Wonderful Vegan Hard Boiled Deviled Eggs That Are Soy Free

 These hard-boiled eggs taste just as good as the real thing without the cholesterol or the cruelty. They are so easy to make with a few simple ingredients. 

A year ago at Expo West, I was introduced to a plant-based hard-boiled egg and it was love at first bite. I have been craving these vegan eggs ever since and searching my local stores for plant-based eggs without any luck. I was so excited when I discovered a recipe for vegan hard-boiled eggs and I knew that I had to make them.

It was a discovery of Wunder Eggs that inspired me to make these vegan deviled eggs. Since my local grocery stores don't carry them, I had to make them. If you have a chance to buy Wunder Eggs, you need to try them as they are so good and taste like real hard-boiled eggs. For those meat eaters, who say "Why don't you eat the real thing?", I say to them ~ my body is healthier on a plant-based diet.

 I just love that there are so many delicious plant-based products and recipes, so I never feel deprived when eating. Even with my many food allergies, I find plenty to eat thanks to all the companies that make allergy-friendly food. This plant egg recipe is perfect for those with food allergies as it contains no dairy, soy, wheat, or nuts. 

It all started with a vegan deviled egg salad recipe

 My inspiration for creating these delicious vegan eggs all started with my discovery of a Vegan Deviled Egg Salad recipe on Instagram. I saw a recipe video and when I searched for recipes for vegan deviled egg spread, some of the recipe sites had instructions on how to make vegan egg whites. 

After I made the deviled egg salad, I knew that I had to make the white portion of the deviled eggs. The problem was I did not have all the ingredients that were needed to make the plant-based egg white recipe. 

 The recipe needed agar agar powder and an egg mold. So I ordered the silicone egg mold, the agar agar powder, and the special black salt that tastes like eggs on Amazon. 

Vegan Hard Boiled Deviled Eggs 

~ Are Delicious

~ Are Vegan

~ Made without Soy - other similar recipes use tofu but I am allergic to soy

~ Dairy-Free

~ Gluten-Free

~ Nut-Free

~ Loaded with Protein

~ Fun to Make and Eat

~ Perfect for Parties

Hard-boiled eggs without the cholesterol or the cruelty

What I love about these delicious eggs is the fact that they have no cholesterol and no chickens were harmed. They are loaded with plenty of plant-based nutrition. You will love how they resemble real eggs and no chickens were needed.

Ingredients Needed for Soy-free Vegan Hard-Boiled Eggs 

For the Whites

+ Plant-Based Milk - My favorite choice is coconut milk

Kala Namak 

Agar Agar powder

+ Egg Mold

For the Yellow Part

+ Chickpeas

+ Vegan Mayo

+ Nutritional yeast flakes 

+ Lemon juice 

+ Mustard 

+ Turmeric

+ Garlic

+ Salt and Pepper

How to Make Vegan Hard-Boiled Eggs

This recipe has a couple of different parts and steps to make the finished product. It is really 2 recipes in one. You have to make the vegan egg white part in the egg mold and let it set before you can fill it with the vegan deviled eggs.

Making the vegan egg white

The plant-based egg white is made with plant-based milk and agar agar powder. If you have never heard of agar agar, it is a vegan gelatin. So the agar powder is what transforms the milk into the white part. The Kala Namak or black salt gives the white part the egg taste. 

Making the vegan egg yolk

While you are waiting a couple of hours for the white halves to form, you can make the yellow yolky part. The vegan deviled egg salad is made from chickpeas, vegan mayo, nutritional yeast, and some other ingredients. You simply combine the ingredients in a food processor until smooth. Then once the white section is done, you fill them with the vegan egg salad.

Recipe Tips

~ Place the filled egg white molds in the fridge for 2 or more hours. 

~ Remove the egg whites from the mold once they are firm

~ Use a half teaspoon to remove a section from the egg white for the egg yolk filling

~ Make sure the egg yolk filling is room temperature or colder before filling the egg whites

~ Use a pastry bag for the yellow egg filling to make it easier to fill the whites or a small melon baller

~ Serve the vegan eggs on the egg mold

~ Place leftover eggs in the fridge for up to a week

~ Sprinkle the egg with salt, paprika, or everything bagel spice seasoning

~ Use the leftover "egg" white sections and combine them with leftover egg salad and pickle relish for a delicious egg salad

Check out some other delicious vegan recipes

~ Vegan Scrambled Eggs

Vegan Omelet

Vegan Deviled Egg Salad 

Jackfruit Vegan Tuna Salad

Vegan Tuna Salad 

Vegan Jackfruit Pulled Pork

Vegan Jackfruit Tacos

~Vegan Crab Cakes

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AiringMyLaundry said...

These eggs look so good! I haven't tried vegan deviled eggs, so I am curious.

Melanie Edjourian said...

These do look good. I'd love to try them. It sounds from the ingredients that they'd be full of flavour.

Karen said...

I love deviled eggs! I had no idea there was such a thing as plant-based eggs. I will definitely have to try them as I'm supposed to cut down my egg consumption.

Laura JL Books said...

These devil eggs sound so good. But I didn't realizes that there was plant based eggs. I will have to try them.

Gust si Aroma said...

Thank you for sharing this fantastic recipe for vegan hard-boiled deviled eggs! Discovering plant-based alternatives that actually taste like the real thing is a game-changer!

Lavanda Michelle said...

The use of coconut milk, kala namak, and agar agar powder for the egg whites is such a creative and plant-based twist. The deviled egg salad made from chickpeas, vegan mayo, and nutritional yeast is a fantastic alternative.

Beautiful Touches said...

These vegan, hard boiled deviled eggs look delicious and convincing; I had to do double-takes at the photos! I'd have never known they were vegan just by looking at them, I'd love to try the recipe out and see how they fair for taste and texture.

Marysa said...

How interesting to create dairy-free eggs! This is so creative and interesting. I am curious how they taste.

Lady In Read said...

such a cool recipe and so interesting how you use coconut milk and black salt to make the egg whites

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

These look delicious and I'm really interested to try it. Thanks for sharing .

Unknown said...

I love deviled eggs. I will have to try your recipe sometime. Those eggs look good! -LYNNDEE

Clarice said...

I had no idea that there is such a thing as vegan eggs. I mean never imagined that it's possible to make one. Thank you for sharing the recipe and I can't wait to try it.

Clarice said...

I had no idea that there is such a thing as vegan eggs. I mean never imagined that it's possible to make one. Thank you for sharing the recipe and I can't wait to try it. :)

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