Bella Tuscany Deviled Eggs from 13 Easy Deviled Egg Recipes to Help You Celebrate Spring Slideshow

13 Easy Deviled Egg Recipes to Help You Celebrate Spring Slideshow

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Bella Tuscany Deviled Eggs

Debbie Moore

Debbie More loves deviled eggs so much, she wrote a whole cookbook about them. This recipe is called "Bella Tuscany," resonating with flavors of the Italian countryside: capers, rosemary, lemon juice, and sun-dried tomatoes. 

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BRC’s Oyster Devils

BRC

Chef Lance Fegen serves up these oyster devils at Houston’s BRC Gastropub, which give a simple deviled egg recipe a major kick from a crunchy fried oyster and a slice of bacon on top. The idea of an indulgent deviled egg gets taken to a whole new level with these bad boys. 

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Central’s Anchovy Deviled Eggs

Central

Created by chef Michel Richard at his Las Vegas restaurant Central at Caesars Palace, these deviled eggs have a little bit of Dijon mustard in them for a spicy touch, sour cream for a rich taste, and anchovies for a salty finish. 

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Ombre Deviled Eggs

Chanie Apfelbaum

Deviled eggs are a sight for sore eyes to begin with, but these pickled deviled eggs make them magnificent. Chanie from Brooklyn, N.Y., uses beet juice in her deviled eggs to give them that glow, making them a perfect addition to a Passover meal.   

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Devil's Food Eggs

Debbie Moore

Now you can have your devil’s food cake and deviled eggs all at once. These eggs contain cocoa powder, crème fraîche, and a little milk chocolate to make the dish that's traditionally served as an appetizer into a dessert.

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Deviled Potatoes Recipe

Paul Jarvis

Forget the egg whites! Chef Paul Jervis gives deviled eggs an entirely new makeover, serving the rich, creamy yolk filling in a potato. 

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The Dinnervine’s Deviled Eggs

Lyndsy Hasset

For Culinary Content Network member Lyndsy Hasset of The Dinnervine, the devil is in the details. She adds a few special touches to her mother’s recipe to make it her own. Think sour cream, dried dill, and even a little Worcestershire sauce.

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McCormick’s Deviled Egg

McCormick

McCormick doesn’t mess around with deviled eggs, especially when they are traditionally made with one of their specialties, paprika. This recipe is as simple as it gets, but the flavors always shine through.

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Ocean Prime’s Truffled Deviled Eggs

Ocean Prime

If you can’t resist the taste of truffles, all you need is a little truffle oil in your life. The work of chef Jason Shelley, this recipe for deviled eggs shows you how easy truffle oil can be incorporated into the classic dish. 

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Sassy Salsa Swingers

Debbie Moore

The name says enough, but in case you need more encouragement to try this recipe, these eggs get their kick from Tabasco and pickled jalapeños.

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Springtime Herb Delights

Debbie Moore

These are considered the ultimate springtime celebration, filled with herbs like parsley, dill, and chives, and sprinkled with lemon juice for flavors that are bright and fresh.

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Whole Foods Market’s Chickpea Deviled Eggs

Whole Foods Market

There’s been a lot of talk about deviled eggs being indulgent, but this recipe gives them a healthy side, too. Whole Foods stirs some chickpeas into their mixture to add texture and some protein.

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Yardbird Southern Table & Bar's Deviled Eggs with Chives, Dill, and Caviar

Yardbird

Looking for an elegant version of deviled eggs to serve at your next champagne-filled party? This recipe, created by chef Jeff McInnis at Yardbird in Miami, serves them with caviar, and other stylish ingredients like champagne vinegar and chopped capers. 

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