Think deviled eggs are just mayonnaise and paprika? Think again. This collection of recipes shows you how to make deviled eggs with everything from bacon to ranch dressing to crab meat. If you're making any of these recipes for a crowd, use a food processor to mix the filling. It will make the yolks really smooth. To pipe the filling into the egg shells, try using a gallon-size plastic storage bag, with the bottom corner snipped off (sort of like a homemade pastry bag) or a cookie scoop.
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The horseradish mustard gives these deviled eggs a little kick, but the recipe isn't overly spicy. I like to make the hard boiled eggs a day in advance, then make the filling just before I'm ready to serve.
Dry ranch salad dressing lends a well-seasoned flavor to this deviled eggs recipe. This recipe really appeals to the kids.
This is a classic deviled egg recipe, made with mustard, Miracle Whip brand salad dressing and celery. A garnish of paprika gives these deviled eggs nice color.
This recipe proves that bacon and eggs aren't just for breakfast (as if you needed any convincing). Serve these bacon deviled eggs at your next party, and watch them disappear.
You don't have to be from Maryland to enjoy this Maryland-style deviled eggs recipe. Made with backfin crab meat and Old Bay seasoning, this irecipe is perfect for people who like spicy food. If you can't find Old Bay, you can use any creole seafood seasoning mix.