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5 Ways with Deviled Eggs

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5 Ways with Deviled Eggs

Have you ever noticed that, no matter how many appetizers you serve at your gathering, the deviled eggs are always the first to go? Everyone loves this simple and classic snack! We love 'em made the traditional way, but we also love to switch up the flavors. Our Test Kitchen recently developed a few of these newbies, and we mixed in a couple of our favorite classic deviled eggs for good measure. Be sure to tell us which is your favorite!


Bacon Lover's Deviled Eggs

Bacon Lover's Deviled Eggs


Here's a way to combine two all-time favorites into one delicious treat. Try our Bacon Lover's Deviled Eggs for that winning combo. Bacon 'n' eggs is more than what's for breakfast with these tasty nibbles!


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Good Ol' Southern Deviled Eggs

Traditional Southern Deviled Eggs


These traditional deviled eggs are nice and tangy, thanks to the good ol' Southern way of making them with yellow mustard and relish. Serve 'em up at any gathering for a snack or appetizer that's sure to be a hit.


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BBQ Deviled Eggs

BBQ Deviled Eggs


We came up with a tasty twist on an old favorite. Our easy BBQ Deviled Eggs are great as a snack, yet special enough to serve as an hors d'oeuvre at a holiday gathering.


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Classic Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs


These are such an American standard that they may have been here before the here's the easiest and tastiest way to be oh-so devilish.


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Buffalo-Style Deviled Eggs

Buffalo-Style Deviled Eggs


We came up with a different way to enjoy the ever-popular Buffalo wing sauce. Our Buffalo-Style Deviled Eggs combine a traditional favorite with a flavorful new twist.


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  • Want tips on how to make the perfect hard boiled eggs? Check out our how-to page!

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I like to add horseradish to mine! Not to much, just enough to give it a little zip!!!

chop jalepenos, cilantro , and a little onion,salt and mayonnaise.. I made this substitution for my husband ,who is Mexican and isn't to fond of pickles, it's now the only way we like deviled eggs

Sounds good, I am going th try it this weekend. Thx!

Another way to make a good thing better. Thank you!

Easiest Deviled Egg Reipe Boil eggs and peel in the usual manner. Cut in half. Remove yolks and mash with a fork. Add Kraft Salad Dressing and mix until smooth. Spoon into cooked egg shells. Sprinkle with paprika and your done. No muss, no fuss. Can add bacon bits, cheese, etc as topping.

EGG SHELLS???????? Don;t you mean Egg white halfs?


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