This is a new one, and it is amazing.
I use cod roe for my version of deviled eggs. Cod roe adds them a pinkish appetizing color! You can find cod roe at a Japanese food store. Be careful when you add salt to the yolk mixture because cod roe is very salty. Maybe you don’t need salt at all.
I was bored with traditional deviled eggs and had been trying to find more ways to cook with avocados. I made these for a Kentucky Derby party and all 24 were gone within minutes! Next time I will need to make a double batch.
Fun way to spice up a boring deviled egg. These eggs are filled with a spicy guacamole with a little egg yolk mashed in, and topped with bacon.
Kind of different than the usual deviled egg, so I renamed it. Creamy and easy to make. Delicious too!
My family loves deviled eggs, so I decided to make a little twist on our regular recipe, inspired by the flavors of Buffalo chicken. They are spicy, but not too spicy for my young kids, and it’s easy to change the level of spiciness to suit your taste.
Eggs deviled with crab meat, seasoned with Old Bay® and dry mustard. If you like Maryland-style crab cakes, you’ll love these deviled eggs.
A very easy, special touch for Easter and fun to do at baby showers as well. Do some plain white ones to keep everyone happy.
I always make deviled eggs to use up dyed hardboiled eggs from Easter, but many family and friends hate the mayo taste and texture. I tried an avocado base and it made the best deviled eggs anyone had tasted. You just can’t be afraid of green eggs and ham.
Deviled eggs with bacon and ranch dressing. Easy and tasty. I invented this recipe when I was looking for a new way to make deviled eggs. Week-old eggs peel easier than fresh eggs. You can use precooked bacon if you like.
Sliced eggs stuffed with potato salad. Makes a great appetizer or brunch.
I got this great alternative to Deviled Eggs from my brother Mark. I’ve taken this recipe to the office and family gatherings and they ask for me to bring to every occasion.
A cool, creamy ranch and cream cheese mixture with onion and pickle is the filling for these delicious deviled eggs. Omit the onion and pickle, if desired — they’re tasty either way!