World’s Easiest Deviled Egg Tricks


deviled eggs

In case you didn’t know it, I am the official deviled egg maker in our family of 30ish. I always bring the eggs. If you’ve followed my blog for a while you know that I make the world’s easiest boiled eggs nearly every week. If I skip a week it’s most likely because I’m sick or we are out of eggs. Needless to say, I become pretty efficient and I’ve learned some great tricks I thought I would finally share in a post. I always make a dozen, but I’d recommend 18 if you have an extra large family. Deviled eggs are always a hit for large holiday meals or pot lucks, don’t you think? Pin this post for future gatherings, you won’t be sorry.

  • Make your eggs ahead of time with the World’s Easiest Boiled Eggs tutorial {bumper car trick}
  • Add 1 heaping tablespoon EXTRA of mayo {trust me; it makes the filling lighter}
  • Whip your yolks with the whisk attachment with your Kitchen Aid if you have one {adds air to make it light and fluffy}
  • Place your deviled eggs on a bed of leaf lettuce {makes a beautiful presentation and holds the eggs in place
  • Fill in with extra veggies if you must {I used sliced waffle carrots because I realized I should have made more eggs}
  • Garnish with your favorites: sliced olives or paprika {what’s your favorite garnish?}

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Do you have any tips/tricks we can add to the list?

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Comments

  1. If my eggs don’t peel properly I make eggs salad and serve with crackers.

  2. Brandette W. says:

    We love deviled eggs, but sadly I only make them maybe twice per year. I always forget about them for some reason until Easter hits. I actually remembered them a few weeks ago and added them to this month’s menu plan….so we are having them with pancakes and bacon next week.

    I grew up with my Mom garnishing them with paprika, my husband did too. So that is always how I have made them. My yolk mixture is comprised of the yolks, mayo, yellow mustard, salt, pepper, sweet relish. Then sprinkle the tops with paprika. So tasty and they keep for a few days in the fridge if there are any leftovers.

  3. I always boil a couple extra eggs and use the yolks to over-stuff my deviled eggs. My pets get the extra or damaged whites.

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