Deviled eggs are a staple at many summer and winter holiday gatherings alike. This easy deviled eggs recipe will become a family favorite recipe and be requested at the summer picnic as well as the Christmas dinner.
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Deviled eggs were only prepared for special occasions in my family until I met my husband. He loves them, and often requests them for Sunday dinners. I am not really sure why they were only for special occasions, because they are pretty easy to make and healthy, especially for those who follow a ketogenic diet.
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Easy Deviled Eggs Recipe
Our family deviled egg recipe has changed over the years, but there are a few ingredients that are always included. Some of these are even local favorites. JFG Mayonnaise, for example, is a southern thing. No other mayo tastes quite like it.
Spicy Brown Mustard – We prefer Gluden’s Brand. Spicy brown mustard gives the egg filling just the right amount of zing.
Option: If you want your deviled eggs to have even more zing than the spicy brown mustard provides, I recommend eliminating the mustard and substituting Sir Kensington’s Siracha Mayonnaise for the regular mayo in the recipe.
Deviled Egg Decorating Tips
Easy Deviled Eggs
These delicious deviled eggs are great for tailgating as well as holiday dinners and parties.
- 12 large eggs
- 3 tbsp Mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp Spicy Brown Mustard
Hard boil eggs
Peel Eggs and slice in half lengthwise removing the yolk to a separate bowl
Mix yolks with mayo and mustard mashing yolks well until the mixture is creamy
Refill egg whites with yolk mixture
Chill and serve