Celebrate National Deviled Egg Day with These Egg-cellent Ideas

Check out some of our favorite ideas for easy deviled egg inspiration.
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No, the calendar hasn't fast-forwarded to spring. Today, Nov. 2, is indeed National Deviled Egg Day, and while deviled eggs often take on a shining role come Easter, they're also a go-to appetizer for that other holiday just around the corner: Thanksgiving.

Since they're hearty and comforting, deviled eggs will surely please your hangry turkey day guests when they arrive, but they're not so large that partygoers will fill up before the feast. No matter if you opt for the tried-and-true classic recipe or decide to dress up the traditional deviled egg, you'll be able to do much of the prep for this starter ahead of time, which means you'll have one less thing to focus on as mealtime inches closer.

Check out some of our favorite ideas below for egg-cellent deviled egg inspiration.

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