Halloween Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are delicious any time of year, and even more so when you can decorate them with fun fall designs. These deviled eggs each have a secret ingredient that dresses them up for Halloween. Make this classic appetizer to enjoy at your next Halloween gathering. If you're traveling with the Halloween deviled eggs, here's an easy tip: Prep the eggs ahead of time, but wait to fill them until you arrive. Store the filling in a zip-top bag, then simply snip the corner for easy piping. Happy haunting!
Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs
Serve these devilishly tasty treats as part of a Halloween feast. Roasted red peppers and paprika give the filling an orange hue reminiscent of jack-o-lanterns, while snipped chives resemble their stems.
Hot Chicken Deviled Eggs
These Southern-inspired deviled eggs say summer fun like nothing else. A picnic-perfect use for leftover fried chicken, these tasty bites are spicy, but not burn-your-mouth spicy. Feel free to increase or decrease the cayenne pepper depending on how much of a kick you like. A sweetness from the chopped pickles, tang from the vinegar and hot sauce, and salty-savory deliciousness from the fried chicken make for a perfectly balanced chicken + eggs-perience.
Green Goddess Deviled Eggs
Steak and Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are made even more savory with the addition of our garlicky, rich Perfect Roasted Beef Tenderloin. Old school crispy shoestring potatoes add texture and flavor like no other ingredient can. These deviled eggs are the perfect way to use the leftover "end" of the beef tenderloin and pair well with any Super Bowl food.
Turmeric-Pickled Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs get way more interesting when the eggs are pickled in a tangy brine that also dyes them a lovely color. The brine features turmeric, an orange-fleshed root that lends the eggs golden color and a peppery taste that’s matched by curry flavors in the filling. The longer the eggs marinate in the brine, the firmer they become and the more vibrant the color gets. If you’d like a tangier flavor, use some of the brine to loosen the filling instead of water. To update the look of these eggs, we cut them in half crosswise instead of lengthwise; you’ll need to slice a tiny sliver off each end so the egg halves won’t wobble on the platter.
Bacon-Horseradish Deviled Eggs
Tex-Mex Deviled Eggs
The South's iconic appetizer fuses with the nineties' obsession with Tex-Mex.
Romesco Deviled Eggs
We mix up the standard deviled egg with this recipe for Romesco Deviled Eggs. Romesco is a nut and red pepper-based sauce from Catalonia, Spain.
Green Eggs and Ham Deviled Eggs
An ode to Dr. Seuss, both you and your kids will love snacking on Green Eggs and Ham Deviled Eggs featuring avocado and prosciutto.
Lobster Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are considered a Southern staple but this recipe gives them a touch of elegance by adding lobster. The combo makes for the perfect appetizer.
Deviled Eggs with Smoked Salmon and Two Mustards
These luxurious deviled eggs are surprisingly gentle (the crème fraîche mellows the mustards).
Bacon and Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs
Bacon and blue cheese pair so well in so many dishes. Applying this pairing to our Bacon and Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs makes for a simply delightful treat.
Hummus Deviled Eggs
"The Pig Skin" Deviled Eggs
Truffled Deviled Eggs
I love the added flavor of white truffle oil, but these are also good without it. Prep: 25 minutes; Cook: 10 minutes; Stand: 10 minutes.
Muffuletta Deviled Eggs
Easy Muffuletta Deviled Eggs melds the flavors of olives, egg, and salty salami.
Mushroom Deviled Eggs
Cremini mushrooms and shaved Manchego cheese come together for these delightful Mushroom Deviled Eggs.
Curried Deviled Eggs
Trout Caviar-Horseradish Eggs
Impress your guests with Trout Caviar-Horseradish Eggs—an elegant twist on a classic deviled eggs recipe.
Wasabi-Ginger Deviled Eggs
The Japanese influence of wasabi meets coarsely ground Korean chile for these Wasabi-Ginger Deviled Eggs that pack some heat.