We love deviled eggs but I just don't make them very often. I will have to work on changing that. Actually I hate peeling them. It seems to take forever and then they are all eaten in about seven nanoseconds. Today I made these and I don't even know if I had let go of the plate before they were all gone. I took the picture before I brought them over to the table so I knew by the time had the camera in hand there would still be some left to take a picture of.
Here is how I make them. Boil the eggs the day before so they can sit in the fridge overnight and get thoroughly chilled. Stand at the sink for a good long while and peel them. I could ask for help but if I do my helper usually eats a couple therefore cutting down on the number of deviled eggs that even get made. Cut them in half length wise and pop out the yolks into a bowl. Mash the yolks until they are a paste like consistency. Add a spoonful of mayo and some mustard.
Here is the mustard I like to use, it gives them a little zip compared to plain yellow mustard. That is all I put in them, nothing fancy. Use a baby spoon, these come in handy even after the kids are big, to put a bit of the mixture in each egg. Have a couple before you set them out so you get to have at least a taste.