I don’t have a lot of experience with eggs. I never really liked them as a kid, then gave them up when I went vegan. I went straight into the AIP from there and finally added the suckers back in about a year ago. Hard-boiled eggs always grossed me out, but Noah loves them, so I thought I’d try some recipes that had more than just hard-boiled egg to them. Enter egg salad! I love the creaminess of the mayo with crunchy bacon and tart olives. You can count me a hard-boiled egg lover now!
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- Cook the bacon until crispy, then crumble it into bits.
- Combine all ingredients in a lidded bowl or dish and mix well.
- Refrigerate until chilled, then serve.