Bacon Lover's Deviled Eggs


Bacon Lover's Deviled Eggs

If you like easy deviled eggs with bacon, then you're going to love our Bacon Lover's Deviled Eggs! This deviled eggs recipe combines two all-time favorite ingredients to make one amazingly delicious side dish.




Preparation Time10 min


  • 6 hard-boiled eggs, peeled and cut in half lengthwise
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons shredded Cheddar cheese
  • 1 tablespoon bacon bits, plus some extra for garnish
  • 1 scallion, thinly sliced, with a few pieces reserved for garnish

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We love deviled eggs at my house. This recipe is so simple, and different from traditional deviled eggs. I like the idea of adding bacon and cheddar cheese. I don't like onion, so I will leave out the scallions. I will sprinkle paprika on top, to add more color.

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh EGGS. My favorite food!!

I made these tonight and they were SOOOOOO good!!!

you can buy hard-boiled eggs at Walmart Super Centers. They sell them in 2-packs or 6-packs. They're made for people like me who can't hard boil an egg without getting the grey ring around the yolk.

#1 breakfast for my 5 year old grandson. I omit the scallion. Use a little extra cheese.

i love deviled eggs, this looks & sounds so delicious. i dont care for scallions so im gonna substitute it. when i make it, mine is easy & simple. boiled eggs (duh) mustard, mayo, sweet pickle juice, salt, pepper, pinch of sugar. sometimes i dust paprika on the final touch.

For the past 40 years or so I've been making bacon-and-deviled eggs somewhat differently, and they are always snarfed up at the speed of light at any potluck I attend: - Omit the cheese - Omit the bacon bits and instead use 3-4 strips of real bacon, chopped - Omit the Cheddar cheese - Add Dijon or Horseradish mustard, to taste (I use several dripping Tbsp, you'll probably want less) - Add hot sauce to taste (Again, I prefer several dripping Tbsp) - Add salt & freshly ground pepper (duh!) to taste - Omit scallions; garnish instead with Spanish smoked paprika or finely chopped chives Stand back, or you'll be trampled by the crowd rushing to the buffet :)

It's like im reading my own words. I have made my deviled eggs like that for many years. Like your style. They are always first to go.

This was surprisngly good. It doesn't really taste like the devilled eggs I am used to- it was completely different, but so very good. I used chives because I didn't have green onions. Also, I added a little squirt of miracle whip to give it a bit of sweetness/tang. Turned out excellent!


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