13 Amazing Deviled Egg Recipes

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This coming for Easter Sunday dinner at Memaw’s house, I’m taking the deviled eggs. I haven’t made deviled eggs in years, but I won several first place ribbons for my deviled egg cooking demonstration in 4-H when I was a kid. Hopefully I haven’t lost my deviled egg mo-jo. Ha!

I was looking around on Pinterest {of course} and couldn’t believe all the different varieties of deviled egg recipes. Wow! I just had to share this info with y’all!

Simple deviled eggs from Simply Recipes

Avocado Deviled Eggs from Eat Well Living Thin

Bacon Cheddar Deviled Eggs from Incredible Egg

Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs from Baked By Rachel

Cream Cheese & Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs from The Curvy Carrot

Deviled Eggs from Amy’s Finer Things

{this recipe is similar to my award winning recipe!}

Salsa Deviled Eggs from Daily Crave

Cucumber, Dill & Caper Deviled Eggs from Whole Living

Hot Chile Deviled Eggs from Betty Crocker

Sauteed Mediterranean Deviled Eggs from A Farmgirl’s Dabbles

Ranch Deviled Eggs from Betty Crocker

Smoky Deviled Eggs with Greek Yogurt from The Kitchn

Tarragon Deviled Eggs with Capers & Crispy Ham from Food For My Family

Yum! I would love to make each recipe! If this post has you thinking about all those eggs you’ll need to peel, don’t worry. Kami from No Biggie has a fabulous tip – Never Peel An Egg Ever Again!

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Are deviled eggs an Easter tradition for your family?



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  1. Yum, yum, yum! You can’t have a holiday in my family without deviled eggs…..or a fight over the last one! In my opinion, you can never have too many deviled egg recipes. Thanks for sharing!
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    1. Thanks for your sweet comment, Brenda! 🙂 I hope you have a wonderful weekend!! Your Sauteed Mediterranean version looks incredibly scrumptious!! xoxo

  2. They are not an Easter tradition in my family and I had not had any for a long time but I saw a post on Not Without Salt with recipes for some that looked amazing. I decided to give them another try, I just used lemon juice, scallions, and a tiny bit of mayonnaise and they were so good! I might be a convert.

  3. I was thinking, just last night, about bringing some deviled eggs to family Easter. My idea is chipotle deviled eggs…but now I want to try all of these! Oh, and I must say that I am super impressed with your 1st place ribbons 🙂 Sounds like you are a deviled egg expert!
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  4. They’re not an Easter tradition at our house, but we do make/eat them frequently. I don’t have a set recipe, which drives my husband nuts, but I love that deviled eggs are so forgiving! If you want to try yet another recipe, feel free to try mine! (Please excuse the lack of amounts… Like I said, I don’t have any set recipe.)
    eggs, mayo, yellow mustard, white vinegar, siracha sauce, salt and pepper. Topped with smoked paprika. YUMMY!!

    TIP~ I put all my yolks in a sandwhich size zip lock (I make a LOT of eggs at a time.) and smash them up good, then add the ingredients right to the bag. When completely mixed, I cut the corner off the bottom of the bag and pipe it right into the whites. 🙂 Less mess!

  5. Oh YUM Myra! I love deviled eggs of all kinds (unless they are too vinegar-y). Just saw these ADORABLE ones -probably on Pinterest too- that you cut just the top of the egg off, pipe the filling back in, replace the top with just a little of the yellow showing, add some little currants and a carrot wedge to the yellow part for eyes and a nose, and it looks like a little chick peeping out of the egg. SO CUTE! Happy Thursday to you…

  6. Who knew!?! I grew up eating a lot of deviled eggs. (Pretty common in France). We also have them at Easter. I always use Dijon mustard. That makes all the difference. (of course I use Dijon for everything and have actually never had yellow mustard in my home. Probably another carry over from France!
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  7. thanks for sharing, I know my kids LOVE these, but I haven’t made them forever, now I will! Way too easy too.I love the Deviled Egg “holder” with the adorable bunny, too cute! Happy Easter to you and your family!!!

  8. Mmmmm these look so good!

    I don’t think we really have deviled eggs in the UK, at least I’ve never tried them or even heard of them! But they look amazing so I’ll have to try them out.

    Now the only thing I have to do is decide which recipe to make!
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