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If you’re a lover of all appetizers, it’s your lucky day because November 2nd is National Deviled Egg Day, and I have all the recipes you’ll need to celebrate right! From classic Deviled Eggs to variations including avocado or bacon, you’ll find the perfect dish for weeknight meals, easy entertaining, and hosting the holidays!
Why Is It Called Deviled Eggs?
During the 1700s, the culinary term ‘deviled’ was used for any dish that was fried or boiled and then heavily seasoned. While we no longer commonly use the word ‘deviled’ for other foods, the name stuck for eggs. To properly devil an egg, you must boil the egg and cut it in half, fill it and heavily season it, usually with paprika!
What Is Deviled Or Stuffed Egg Filling Made Of?
There are all kinds of Deviled Egg variations out there, and you’ll see many of the recipes below. The classic Deviled Egg is straightforward, so you can really experiment with flavors, but here are the must-have ingredients…
- Hard Boiled Eggs – with the boiled yolk separated to use for the filling
- Mustard – you can also use other acidic flavors, including a dash of vinegar or lemon juice.
- Paprika – sprinkled over the top.
Whether you’re celebrating National Deviled Egg Day or looking for twists on the classic recipe, you can find all the variations right here. With 15 delicious Deviled Egg recipes, you’re sure to find a new favorite just in time for the holidays!
I love deviled eggs, especially for breakfast. My favorite includes grated cheese mixed with the yolk then and bacon on the side. I see several recipes I can’t wait to try. Thank you for the new ideas. I’ll try a few at the upcoming Christmas and New Year’s parties.
Hey there Carolyn!
I am so happy to hear that these recipes are getting you inspired! These Deviled Egg recipes are all super easy to prepare and they’ll be wonderful additions to any Christmas or New Year’s Party. Thank you so much for your support, please let me know how everything turns out if you give these recipes a try, I’d love to hear what you think! Happy Holidays!