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The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach

I love Eggs Benedict and order it at brunch all the time. I never, ever made it at home. To me, it was stuffy and labor intensive. Not to mention I had to poach eggs, which is the equivalent of retaking the SAT’s (they were hard for me). And whisking up a Hollandaise Sauce can be on the complicated side. Two products have made this seemingly elaborate brunch staple easy, easy, easy. Our new Egg Cooker will poach eggs to perfection while you toast the english muffins. No boiling water, adding vinegar, swirling or stirring needed. As for the sauce, our Single Serve Blender allows you to put in all the ingredients, pulse a few times and have the creamy, buttery decadence that IS Hollandaise sauce. We served it with fruit-infused sparkling water (made, of course, with our handheld SodaStation™) and roasted asparagus, which is just as easy to prepare as the Eggs Benedict. Trust me, try it at home (maybe for Mother’s Day?) and you will be amazed by the simplicity.

The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach

 

The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach


Eggs Benedict with Ham and Roasted Asparagus
SERVES: 1

Ingredients
2 large eggs
1 English muffin, split, toasted
4 slices baked ham
6 spears asparagus, roasted
Fresh dill
Instructions
Poach eggs to desired doneness in egg cooker.
Place English muffins, split-side up on a plate.
Top each muffin with 2 slices of ham, 3 spears of asparagus trimmed to fit muffins and 1 poached egg.
Garnish with fresh dill.
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The best Mother's Day Brunch (or any brunch!) includes Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollondaise sauce. Everyday Good Thinking | @hamiltonbeach


Easy Blender Hollandaise Sauce
SERVES: 2

Ingredients
1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted butter
2 large egg yolks
1 Tablespoon lemon juice
Salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
Microwave butter in a microwave safe container on HIGH for 1 minute.
Place egg yolks and lemon juice in blender jar.
Cover and blend on pulse a few times, then blend on HIGH for 1 minute, gradually adding melted butter until mixture is thickened and smooth.
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Hamilton Beach Egg CookerSingle Serve Blenders make smoothies, sauces and dressings quickly and easily everydaygoodthinking.com @hamiltonbeach

We used the Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker to perfectly poach the eggs. The Egg Cooker also prepares soft, medium or hard-boiled eggs. Along with making smoothies to go, the SingleServe Blender is perfect for mixing sauces or dressings. The Hollandaise sauce in this recipe can be drizzled over the eggs right from the jar.

 

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Deviled eggs are the edible centerpiece to every party. Popular at summer cookouts, winter holiday parties, and of course, Easter when hard-boiled eggs are so abundant, deviled eggs are a sure bet on the appetizer table. They’re widely considered to be the greatest thing since sliced bread – but in truth, they’ve been around since well before the automatic bread slicer.Classic Deviled Eggs | Everyday Good Thinking - @hamiltonbeachI know people with special deviled egg platters with little oval divots for snugly fitting the yolky baskets. Okay, I own one, too. Many swear by a special technique, passed down for generations, for cooking perfect hard-boiled eggs. And let’s not forget the seemingly unlimited variety of add-ins and flavors you can include to make your recipe truly stand out from the flock. We’ve seen deviled eggs with lobster, shrimp, sausage, cheese, and – of course – bacon. There’s hot sauce, olives, relish and jalapeño, too. You can experiment with whatever ingredients you like until you develop a recipe your friends and family will require you to make for every party until the chickens stop laying eggs.Classic Deviled Eggs | Everyday Good Thinking - @hamiltonbeach

We used our Egg Cooker and Stack & Snap Food Processor to refine our classic deviled egg recipe. In order for you to get started perfecting your own, you’ll need to know the basics. Start with this tried-and-true version of classic deviled eggs, and let us know what kinds of variations you like to make (or eat) in the comments.

Classic Deviled Eggs | Everyday Good Thinking - @hamiltonbeach


Classic Deviled Eggs
YIELDS: 12 servings

Ingredients
6 hard boiled eggs, peeled and cut lengthwise
2 Tablespoons mayonnaise
1 Tablespoon sweet pickle relish
2 teaspoons spicy brown mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
Paprika
Instructions
Using food processor S-blade, process egg yolks, mayonnaise, mustard, pickle relish, salt and pepper until smooth.
Pipe yolk mixture into each egg white half.  Sprinkle each egg with paprika.
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Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker

We used this egg cooker to make perfectly cooked hard boiled eggs. It also makes wonderful soft or medium-cooked eggs. It even poaches! 



Leftover Easter Eggs? Make this Classic Egg Salad from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @HamiltonBeach - everydaygoodthinking.com

Leftover Easter Eggs? Make this Classic Egg Salad from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @HamiltonBeach - everydaygoodthinking.com

I know it seems like it snowed just yesterday, but soon colorful Easter eggs will be all over Pinterest and flyers for Easter egg hunts will be plastered everywhere. If there’s one kitchen task I’ve always avoided, it’s making hard-boiled eggs. As accomplished as I am in the kitchen, I always seem to mess them up. But the new Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker makes it easy and reduces the hassle and cleanup involved. After the eggs have been decorated and you’ve cracked and eaten a few, get creative with hard-boiled egg dishes like cobb salad, pickled eggs, deviled eggs (look for that recipe next week!) or this classic egg salad.

If you’ve ever been a kid, you know egg salad is as ubiquitous as mac n’ cheese and tunafish sandwiches – sometimes dishes are classic for a reason. That’s how we feel about egg salad, at Easter or any other time, and our recipe below honors the basic egg salad tradition. However, we highly suggest serving this delicious mixture of eggs, mayo and mustard in new ways – like over toasted artisan bread with arugula and bacon – for a nice twist on the usual and a welcome reprieve from snacking on decorated eggs.

Leftover Easter Eggs? Make this Classic Egg Salad from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @HamiltonBeach - everydaygoodthinking.com

 


Classic Egg Salad
SERVES: 6

To get perfectly cooked hard-boiled eggs every time, use the new Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker.
Ingredients
7 large hard-cooked eggs, cooled and chopped
1/4 cup mayonnaise
2 Tablespoons sweet pickled relish
1 Tablespoon spicy mustard
1 teaspoon salt
1/8 black pepper
Instructions
Stir eggs, mayonnaise, relish, mustard, salt and pepper in medium bowl until blended.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Notes
Prepare your egg salad and serve as an open faced sandwich. Start with a slice of hearty bread, topped with arugula, egg salad and sprinkle with chopped cooked bacon.
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