These Are Not Your Grandma's Deviled Eggs
Just don't tell her we said that!
Deviled eggs are the ultimate spring party food, but they can end up feeling a little dated. Luckily, we’ve found multiple ways to modernize this retro app. Don’t worry, they still nod to the classic, so you can tell grandma they’re inspired by her original recipe.
Fried Deviled Eggs (pictured above)
No one’s ever said no to deep-fried anything — and the rule applies to deviled eggs, too. These are topped with pickled jalapenos for a tangy flavor to cut through the creaminess.
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Make your classic deviled eggs with a colorful twist. These simple dip-dyed eggs look gorgeous on a platter and taste just like the original!
Forget peeling a dozen hard-boiled eggs. This hack will save you time and lots of frustration. For this recipe, you’ll separate the whites and yolks of the eggs and cook them individually before bringing them back together for the main event.
This mashup is complete with all the fixings of classic deviled eggs and then some. It’s complete with layers of corn relish, pimento cheese, egg salad and more. Just make sure you have sturdy of crackers for serving. This one could get messy.
Yolk lovers, these are for you. You’ll top boiled potatoes with your favorite deviled egg filling to make a hot app that looks like the real thing.
Deviled eggs for dessert? It’s possible! These sweet treats call for creamy Cadbury eggs that get split in half and filled with ganache.