Made these today for Easter and they were a hit! I, like other reviewers, used some plain Greek yogurt and I didn't think they had a tangy taste at all. I sprinkled half with a little bit of blue cheese and some extra hot sauce and they were awesome. I would definitely use this recipe again.
Like several other reviewers, I use Greek yogurt because it is creamier than regular plain yogurt. I also up the hot sauce and sprinkle paprika and chives instead of green onions. I've made it several times and have received rave reviews, including a request for the recipe.
DELICIOUS. I am a huge fan of deviled eggs but have never attempted to make them before. I used Greek yogurt as my yogurt, and served with a bit of cayenne and paprika on top. Tasty.
I made these as a side dish for Thanksgiving dinner, and they turned out great! I used greek style yogurt to maintain a thick consistency, and otherwise followed the recipe as written. The filling turned out very flavorful, creamy and tangy. I will definitely make these again.
I'm a bit divided on this recipe. I made it recently for easter for my in-laws who are deviled egg enthusiasts. When I asked them for their honest opinion, they said it was good, but not like traditional deviled eggs, and I agreed with them. I felt like the yogurt made them too sour. Basically, they're good in their own right, but don't expect a traditional deviled egg replacement.
These eggs are always a good side for Easter or just BBQ picnic style get-togethers. I usually use less yogurt than the recipe calls for as it makes the filling too fluid, & up the hot sauce a bit.