Deviled Eggs with Bacon
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
We really enjoyed these. I used low sodium bacon and added a bit of yellow mustard to the mix. I swapped out the red onion for carmelized sweet onion which I cooked in the bacon drippings. Yum.
We found these to be very good. The relish gave it a nice flavor that deviled eggs don't typically get. A nice change from "normal."
So delicious! I used green onions instead of red. They were gobbled up fast.
I made these today for Easter and am not crazy about them. I added salt, pepper, garlic powder & a small amount of cayenne pepper but the flavor isn't good to me. I doubt I'll make these again. Was looking for a different recipe as I make eggs a lot to take to events. Thought they'd be great with the bacon added.
I've been making these for years. Got the recipe from my mom. Always a hit. You can use your favorite devil egg recipe and add the bacon.
These eggs sound so good. I put mayo and mustard in mine with a little S&P. Next time I make them I will add the relish and onions and may be a little garlic powder.
Sounds yummy! I'll try this recipe next time I make deviled eggs. I LOVE bacon and so does my whole family.
I didn't like the onion or pickle relish. I guess I'll stay with my old tried and true recipe. I just use mayo and ground mustard. The more mustard you add, the spicier they get. And leave them in the fridge over-night and they will be real spicy.
I leave out the onion, not a fan of raw onion. I add a tab. of spicy mustard. The bacon makes these so good!!
My family likes mayo and some spicy mustard added to taste. Lots of bacon mixed in and sprinkled on top