Here are 18 easy-to-make incredible edible Deviled eggs to impress your guests when you serve at your next party, Easter egg hunt or summer picnic potluck.

Deviled eggs are extremely easy to make and are very tasty hors d’oeuvres to serve at your next party. They are always a favorite served at Easter egg hunts and summer picnic potlucks. And the great thing is you don’t have to take a cooking class or even become a gourmet chef to do a fabulous job making deviled eggs for your Superbowl, Easter, Memorial Day picnic, 4th of July party, Thanksgiving table, Christmas party or simply for your next family get-together.

Deviled eggs are simply hard-boiled eggs, that are cooled, shelled, cut in half, and filled with a piped mixture made from the hard-boiled egg’s yolk and other ingredients such as mayonnaise and mustard, as well as spices. A classic deviled egg is a favorite of many a die-hard traditionalist. It is made simply with mayo, yellow mustard and sweet pickle relish. But feel free to embellish that classic deviled mouthful with some Southern flair by using sweet pickle relish, mustard and pimentos. Want more ideas?  Keep reading.

Deviled eggs are usually served cold. They can be served as a side dish, appetizer or as a main course, and are a common holiday or party food. Deviled eggs make for one gorgeous platter setting that is sure to impress. Make them extra pretty by piping the filling on using a star-tipped piping bag (or just cut off the corner of a plastic sandwich bag). Of course you can always simply use a spoon to put the egg yolk mixture back into the egg white halves. Be creative, and have fun. Why not try them all.Whether you’re a novice or expert in making deviled eggs, the following recipes are certain to cater to everyone’s taste buds (with little to no effort on your part).

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Deviled Eggs: This is a no frills version of Paleo Deviled Eggs and is a great place to start if you’ve never made deviled eggs before. Stephanie also includes an avocado option in lieu of mayo.

Dill And Lemon Deviled Eggs: Take the classic deviled egg recipe and add a little fresh dill and a squeeze or two of lemon juice, and voila! You’re welcome!

Garlic and Parsley Deviled Eggs: The classic deviled egg is improved upon with the addition of lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, anchovy fillets, garlic and parsley. The pungent, savory and salty ingredients bring a new depth of flavor to this classic appetizer!

Bacon Guacamole Deviled Eggs: There’s nothing better than the combination of eggs, guacamole and bacon. In fact, deviled eggs never had it so good stuffed with bacon guacamole! These are a must for your next party.

Bacon Deviled Eggs: What do you get when you combine bacon, avocado, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce and eggs? Pure heaven, that’s what. Thanks George!



Cilantro Chipotle Deviled Eggs: Juli uses her favorite chipotle mayo and garlic as a base for this simple and very quick recipe. Chopped cilantro to garnish. Makes the perfect summertime snack.

Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs: Kevin has taken deviled eggs to a new level entirely. He starts with a chicken and egg ‘salad,’ adds mayonnaise and finely diced carrots, celery, onions and a bit of blue cheese. Then stirs in his favorite buffalo hot sauce for a spicy little devilish buffalo chicken flavored deviled egg appetizer.

Guacamole Deviled Eggs: Put on a pot of carnitas and pour a margarita! Start with an avocado and add cilantro, serrano peppers, mustard seeds, and a generous squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Olé

Guacamole Deviled Eggs: Same name, but a completely different approach that combines avocado, minced red onion and diced tomato to create a beautiful deviled egg that’s ready for cocktail hour, and a little black dress!

Bacon Jalapeño Deviled Eggs: Impress your Super Bowl crowd with this spicy recipe. Julie combines bacon with jalapeño, her homemade mayo and a touch of smoked paprika for a treat that will vanish faster than it takes you to make.

Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs: Kendra starts with the classic recipe, and rounds out the flavors with her homemade paleo ranch recipe, some finely chopped cooked bacon and uses smoked paprika for garnish. The result is a tasty little morsel that will disappear fast. Double the recipe, you won’t be disappointed.

Guacamole Deviled Eggs: If you know someone who hates mayo, these are the eggs for them. Gina has replaced the mayo with avocado in her recipe, making them not only extremely nutritious, but also perfect as a snack or appetizer for St Patrick’s Day!


Jalapeno Popper Deviled Eggs: This recipe combines all of the flavors of bacon jalapeno poppers in deviled egg form! These deviled eggs are stuffed with the mashed egg yolks, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, jalapenos and bacon and then they are sprinkled with even more cheddar cheese before some brief time under the broiler to melt the cheese! Who can resist!

Crab Deviled Eggs: Use the best quality lump crab meat you can find, along with some dill pickle, celery, onion and a pinch of Old Bay Seasoning to make Jan’s recipe. Can’t find Old Bay Seasoning where you live? check out the recipe Jan shares in the comments.

Demoned Eggs: A new twist on an old favorite! It’s deviled eggs with dungeness crab meat. And bacon!

Deviled Eggs with Bacon & Chives: Lisa uses bacon and chives, roasted red peppers and olives in her recipe. She also added whole grain mustard for a nice tanginess and a little bit of crunch.

Smoked Deviled Eggs: Take a classic 80’s combo of smoked salmon, capers, red onion and boiled egg, and make it over deviled style, so now all the flavors are wrapped up in a handy, take anywhere package. Yes please!

Avocado Deviled Eggs with Bacon: This recipe is sure to become one of your favorite appetizers. They are incredibly easy to make, and they are a great protein snack that are sure to be a hit at any party. P.S. Did I mention there’s bacon?

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