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Deviled Egg Recipes

Learn how to make the best deviled eggs with these recipes that everyone will love, from classic deviled eggs to cute and creative variations.

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Potato salad and deviled eggs—two of our favorite things come together in one mouthwatering appetizer. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Mexican Deviled Eggs

Mexican Deviled Eggs

Mexican Deviled Eggs

With two young children, my husband and I live on a beautiful lake and host lots of summer picnics and cookouts. I adapted this recipe to suit our tastes. Folks who are expecting the same old deviled eggs are surprised when they try this delightful tangy variation. -Susan Klemm, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Quick and Creamy Deviled Eggs

Quick and Creamy Deviled Eggs

Quick and Creamy Deviled Eggs

Cream cheese imparts a pleasantly smooth texture to these mouthwatering deviled eggs. Barbara Towler of Derby, Ohio shared the recipe, which makes just enough for two appetizer servings.—Barbara Towler, Derby, Ohio

Bacon-Cheddar Deviled Eggs

Bacon-Cheddar Deviled Eggs

Bacon-Cheddar Deviled Eggs

I created this recipe a few years ago when I was craving something different to do with hard-cooked eggs. Three of my favorite foods—bacon, eggs and cheese—come together in these deviled eggs. They're my go-to party snack. —Laura LeMay, Deerfield Beach, Florida
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Crab Deviled Eggs

Crab Deviled Eggs

Crab Deviled Eggs

My family loves crab salad and deviled eggs, so I tried combining the two. The crabmeat adds a lot of flavor. What a hit! —Kevon Shuler Chelsea, MI

Hop-To-It Deviled Eggs

Hop-To-It Deviled Eggs

Hop-To-It Deviled Eggs

Make sweet Easter baskets filled with fantastic flavor! These adorable eggs would be a wonderful project for the kids while moms and dads finish up preparations for an Easter feast. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Almond Deviled Eggs

Almond Deviled Eggs

Almond Deviled Eggs

Meet the Cook: This recipe's one I've used many times for potlucks, during the holidays and several times a month when entertaining. The reactions have ranged from "These eggs slide down gently" from one young man to just "Scrumptious!" Though this dish is good on its own, you might also want to consider adding it to a salad plate or serving it with soup and sandwich for lunch. -Martha Baechle, Nipomo, California

Spinach Deviled Eggs

Spinach Deviled Eggs

Spinach Deviled Eggs

Spinach adds unexpected color and flavor to this tasty variation on deviled eggs. They're easy to make and an attractive addition to a party spread. —Dorothy Sander of Evansville, Indiana

Chicken Creole Deviled Eggs

Chicken Creole Deviled Eggs

Chicken Creole Deviled Eggs

Scrambling for a quick-and-easy recipe to use up some of those hard-cooked Easter eggs? Just add a little diced chicken and these zippy deviled-egg snacks from our Test Kitchen are almost a lunch in themselves! NO CREOLE seasoning or honey mustard? The following spices can be substituted for the Creole seasoning: ¼ teaspoon each paprika and garlic powder, and a pinch each of cayenne pepper, dried thyme and ground cumin. As a substitute for honey mustard, combine ½ teaspoon Dijon mustard and ½ teaspoon honey.

Secret-Ingredient Stuffed Eggs

Secret-Ingredient Stuffed Eggs

Secret-Ingredient Stuffed Eggs

My take on deviled eggs is full of surprises. The down-home appetizer Mom used to make gets an upscale touch from mango, goat cheese and pecans. People love these tempting treats.—Beth Satterfield, Dover, Delaware

Zippy Deviled Eggs

Zippy Deviled Eggs

Zippy Deviled Eggs

"I take these eggs to our monthly retirement potluck...and if I don't bring them, I get told about it," writes Marbeth Balensiefer of Sun City, California. "A few splashes of hot sauce liven up these eggs, which are so easy to make."

Bourbon Candied Bacon Deviled Eggs

Bourbon Candied Bacon Deviled Eggs

Bourbon Candied Bacon Deviled Eggs

At our house, it doesn’t get any better than deviled eggs with bacon—bourbon candied bacon, that is. See if you can resist them. We can’t. —Colleen Delawder, Herndon, Virginia
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