Best Deviled Eggs Recipe
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 2 tablespoons 2% milk
- 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
- 1/2 teaspoon dill weed
- 1/2 teaspoon minced chives
- 1/2 teaspoon ground mustard
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon paprika
- 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/8 teaspoon pepper
- 12 hard-cooked large eggs
- Minced fresh parsley and additional paprika
- 1. In a small bowl, combine the first 10 ingredients. Slice eggs in half lengthwise; remove yolks and set whites aside. In another bowl, mash yolks; add to mayonnaise mixture, mixing well. Stuff or pipe filling into egg whites. Sprinkle with parsley and additional paprika. Refrigerate until serving. Yield: 2 dozen.
1 stuffed egg half: 73 calories, 6g fat (1g saturated fat), 108mg cholesterol, 81mg sodium, 0g carbohydrate (0g sugars, 0g fiber), 3g protein .
Reviews for Best Deviled Eggs
"I made very plain deviled eggs for many years to appeal to my kids. These were very tasty and flavorful and a nice change. I will definitely make these again in the future."
"I used precooked and peeled eggs for convenience so it made these really quick and easy.I made them for my in-laws' anniversary party and they were a big hit."
"I used regular mustard instead of ground mustard for our personal taste preferences and omitted the parsley. These the were only changes I made and the eggs were delicious."
"Served these for people to graze on Easter afternoon, and they were gobbled up so quickly! Love this recipe. not too sweet, lots of flavor."
"Very delicious! I also added a bit of finely minced onion. A hit at our Easter celebration!"
"So I never follow recipes exactly. I added a tiny bit of apple cider vinegar and they were really good. Will make these again, I like the idea of adding milk-never thought of that."
"I thought these had a nice tangy flavor and not to heavy on the spices where you couldn't taste the egg. I will make this recipe again and I also use this recipe just to add flavor to my mayo for sandwiches, etc. and not add the eggs. Great recipe. Thank you."
"I ONLY use Dukes mayo. for my deviled eggs."
"Took this recipe for a test drive a while back. Mr and I both agreed that this recipe is a very nice change from both the normal and overly loaded Deviled Egg recipes.I cut back on the mayonnasie. Used fresh Chopped chives including some of the white part. As well as a dash of Mustard.It has that Old fashioned taste. Creamy and Good. I'd hands down make them again . I gave them a new look by cutting them in half. Slicing off a small piece from the bottom. They sat perfectly still. I loved the New Look ~ Janie."
"Just made these for our annual church picnic. They got eaten up, but I think the filling would taste better if made the day before and chilled overnight to let the flavors improve. It made enough filling, which I was a little bit worried about."
"I thought these were quite good. I forgot to add the dried parsley, but it had plenty of flavor. I can't imagine what would make them disgusting. The recipe turned out much better than my previous attempts at deviled eggs."
"Awesome I loved it made it for Easter Brunch and they went quick."
"This recipe is totally disgusting, wasted a whole bunch of eggs, yuck, don't bother using this if you have a favorite recipe already, YUCKY!!!"
"Made at Christmas, everyone loved them, except my picky husband."
"I prefer to make these with Miracle Whip instead of mayo"
"Everyone loved them! I made a double batch and they were gone within the first 30 minutes at the potluck!"
"It was good, but too fussy. Too many herbs & too much time for what you got. I didn't even add the milk because it didn't need it. My family agreed the eggs were O.K. nothing special, but wouldn't make them again."
"Very good recipe. Everyone loved them."
"This was a hit with my family. I used regular mustard instead of ground. I left the minced chives out as well. I would DEFINITELY make these again. I might even make them for my daughter's 2nd birthday!! =)"
"yummy! a huge hit for Easter! the dill and the chives gave it such a great flavor, i even spread the mixture on a piece of toast and it was delish!"
"need fat gram content before i could try it"
"This is the best recipe ever! I have made these so many times. I am known as the deviled egg lady!"
" I like to add a teaspoon of horseradish. "
"My kids absolutely love these eggs. I always double or triple the batch as they're gone in a flash."
"We really enjoyed all the flavor in these eggs."
"On my second batch, I substituted the dill weed for pickle relish, got rid of the milk and ground mustard, and put some bottled mustard. Came out much better."
"This is by far my family's favorite deviled egg recipe! The blend of spices is always a hit at potlucks and the flavor is a nice change from an ordinary relish-based filling."
"These deviled eggs are excellent! The combination of herbs give it a delicate earthy taste. Both the adults and children loved them. Great for special occasions!"
"My husband doesn't handle garlic powder very well so I add some horseradish instead. It really gives the eggs a nice bite to them."
"Great recipe! Definitely make ahead and put in paper towel lined tupperware container. Loved them!"
"A tip I read recently - put your yokes in a zip-lock bag and then add all your ingredients. Cut a hole in one corner of the bag and squeeze the filling into the eggs - much less mess."
"I love to serve bubbly drinks with Apps during all my holidays, especially Easter. Champagne and Prosecco goes great with Easter Apps and dinner. I recommend a sparkling juice such as Kristian Regale. They can be found at IKEA and come in a variety of flavors that are all delicious and healthy! Enjoy!"