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Easter brings with it many hard boiled eggs that you’re going to end up wondering what to do with. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered! We’ve asked our fellow food bloggers to send us their best and most unique deviled egg recipes to share with you.
If you’re dying Easter eggs, you’ll likely have a couple dozen eggs left over after the celebration. It’s one of the biggest quandries. What do you do with the leftover eggs? You can only eat so many hard boiled eggs before it’s no longer appealing. That’s where these deviled egg variations come in.
Mix up the usual and try something unique! You can eat these eggs for breakfast, lunch or snacks. They’re pretty much the perfect little appetizer.
These Banh Mi Devilled Eggs are bursting with all the freshness of mint, cilantro, carrots, cucumbers and onions! They are quick and easy to make, healthy, gluten-free and Weight Watchers friendly. They also make a great snack or appetizer!
This recipe incorporates all of the elements of delicious jalapeño poppers – cream cheese, bacon, and jalapeños – into a dreamy bite sized snack. Perfect for parties and holidays and low-carb & keto-friendly.
A crisp Panko breading that’s been tossed with gumbo file, salt, and pepper, coat every one of these crispy fried deviled eggs. Piped with a smooth Cajun spiced filling, they’re then sprinkled with smooth smoked paprika for the full effect.
These Mississippi Sin Deviled Eggs turn a classic southern dip into one amazing deviled egg recipe! Creamy egg yolks, ham, and cheese make these deviled eggs an Easter appetizer or summer potluck recipe you don’t want to miss!
Laura is a home cook, with 25 years experience behind the stove, who spends an extraordinary amount of time in the kitchen cooking. She loves making new recipes and finding wonderful new things to eat, both at home or abroad. She spends a lot of time researching, crafting, and perfecting her recipes and currently has a cookbook in development.