11 Deviled Egg Recipes to Make with Leftover Easter Eggs
Avocado Deviled Eggs
Perfect for guacamole lovers, these avocado deviled eggs are filled with creamy, heart-healthy avocado. If you don't want to make the filling from scratch, try store-bought guacamole instead.
Chickpea Deviled Eggs
These tasty chickpea deviled eggs have twice the protein of classic deviled eggs and lots of fiber thanks to the addition of garbanzo beans. Top each deviled egg with a chickpea and a sprig of parsley for a beautiful presentation.
Chive and Anchovy Deviled Eggs
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If you think you don't like anchovies, it's only because you haven't tried these deliciously savory deviled eggs. The richness of egg yolk and the salty flavor of the fish pair perfectly.
Classic Deviled Eggs
Everyone needs a reliable deviled egg recipe like this one. It's a classic, and can easily be adapted to your taste or pantry. If you want to create your own deviled egg recipe, this is the perfect starting point.
Herbed Deviled Eggs
These easy herbed deviled eggs are made with fresh lemon juice, parsley, dill, and chives for a bright flavor. If you don’t have those herbs on hand, use any herbs you like.
Jalapeño Deviled Eggs
The easiest way to wake up basic deviled eggs? Add some heat! These jalapeño deviled eggs use hot sauce for flavor — so no need to dice peppers.
Spicy Deviled Eggs
This recipe for spicy deviled eggs makes us want to drop everything and head straight into the kitchen. Sriracha hot sauce and rendered bacon fat are mixed into creamy egg yolks for an amazingly flavorful spin on the classic.
Truffled Deviled Eggs
A drizzle of truffle oil goes a long way — as it does in these tasty truffled deviled eggs. The recipe also calls for shaved truffle slices as a garnish; if you don’t have any, try topping the eggs with a light drizzle of the truffle oil.
Tuscan Deviled Eggs
These easy-to-make Tuscan deviled eggs are sweet, salty, and earthy thanks to ingredients like sun-dried tomatoes, capers, and fresh rosemary.