Deviled Eggs

This year for Easter, my 6 year old daughter helped me make Deviled Eggs- she is really getting good at peeling the shells off!  We also learned that when we color eggs-NOT to use glitter if we want to eat the eggs!  🙂

My daughter and nearly everyone else love my deviled eggs- and I get asked for the recipe frequently.  So, I thought- I’d share it with you too!

This recipe is for 6-8 eggs – so 12-14 deviled eggs 🙂

With the egg yolks, add 3/4 tsp Dijon Mustard, 3 Tablespoons of Mayonnaise (we use miracle whip), 1.5 teaspoon of cider or red wine vinegar, 1/4 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper to taste.  Fill egg halves with a cookie scoop–we don’t get too fancy around here- because these things are eaten as fast as they are made!

Add sweet paprika sprinkles- This year we got a little daring- and even added fresh bacon crumbles to a few–and they were YUMMY! (don’t use the jar bacon crumbles—not. the. same.)

That’s it– let me know if you try them! 🙂

PS. When I say my daughter loves them- I mean she asked me if we could have deviled eggs at her birthday–and she said that if she could she would get a DEVILED EGG CAKE!  Haha!!


12 thoughts on “Deviled Eggs

  1. Sounds yummy, I’ll have to try your recipe. All I use is Miracle Whip in my egg yolks and sprinke with Paprika. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Deviled Eggs!!! I love them and my son is a fanatic over them, I don’t add near as much as you do but I can’t wait to try this recipe!! I can only imagaine a Deviled Egg cake, hahahaha… don’t forget to post it, hehe…
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  3. I love bacon in the deviled eggs. I also put chopped up jalapenos in some. My husband loves them. My granddaughter loves “debiled eggs”. She is now 8 and says it right but we love to tease her!

  4. This year I made 58 deviled eggs. Most of my family love them and it is a good way to use up the colored eggs the grandchildren make with me. I always use Miracle Whip, mustard and paprika. Will try the additional ingredients you have shared with us. We live in eastern Iowa.

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