No family celebration or picnic is complete without stuffed or deviled eggs. Try one of our scrumptious variations.
Roasted Red Pepper Deviled EggsFresh, hard-cooked eggs can be a nuisance to peel, but steaming them makes it easy. You can cook the eggs and prepare the filling two days in advance, but wait to fill the whites until the day you plan to serve them.
Deviled Eggs with Smoked Salmon and Cream CheeseHard-cooked eggs get dolled up with the classic combination of smoked salmon and cream cheese. If you're buying smoked salmon for a special occasion, set aside some for this hors d'oeuvr
Crab Salad-Stuffed EggsPreparing the egg and crab salad with Greek-style yogurt instead of mayonnaise cuts back on the fat and calories. Serve on a bed of butter lettuce leaves with thinly sliced radishes for a simple and elegant presentation.
French-Style Stuffed EggsIf you plan to dye Easter eggs, cook extras for this dish. Stuffed eggs are often served warm in France, and this recipe is similar to one from the Périgord region.
Deviled EggsAt only 9 cents per serving, these tasty eggs are a cost-effective appetizer or side at your Easter gathering. Top with paprika, capers, or dill to dress them up and add a hint of extra flavor.
Lemon-Dill Chicken Salad-Stuffed EggsInstead of egg salad, opt to stuff each egg white with chicken salad. Make your own chicken salad or if you're in a rush, purchase chicken salad from the deli. For a pretty presentation, serve the stuffed eggs on stacked cake plates.
Basic Deviled EggsThe filling for Southern-style basic deviled eggs is nothing more than egg yolks, mayonnaise, mustard and sweet pickle relish. These deviled eggs are perfect for potlucks, tailgates, and summer suppers.
Bacon Deviled EggsExperimenting with bacon on egg-salad sandwiches at a deli led a Sunset reader to create these simple deviled eggs.
Tex-Mex Deviled EggsThis deviled egg recipe features cilantro, peppers, and chili powder, giving it a distinctively south-of-the-border kick! To take the heat up or down a notch, experiment with the amount of pepper and chili powder you add to the yolk filling.
Chive-Tarragon Deviled EggsReviewer Cm31954 has a tip for anyone wanting picture-perfect deviled eggs: "I used a small ziplock bag with the tip cut off to fill the eggs. They looked like a professional did them. They were easy and a huge success on Father's Day."
Barbecue Deviled EggsOne reviewer writes, "This recipe rocks...the pork is what makes it! Couldn't imagine ever making deviled eggs any other way anymore. I'd give it six stars if I could!!!"