The Best and Easiest Deviled Eggs

The Best and Easiest Deviled Eggs

When hosting a party, event, or even a family dinner, it’s always good to have a few classic appetizer recipes on hand. One of the most classic appetizers is delicious deviled eggs and today we will be sharing a couple of our unique deviled egg recipes along with some hard-boiled egg-making tips and tricks.

Dilly Deviled Eggs

Our Dilly Deviled Eggs are amazing and are a unique twist to the classic deviled eggs we all know and love. This is the ultimate appetizer or snack for your table! 

Our Dilly Deviled Eggs are super easy to make and only call for 1 tsp. of our Dilly Dip Mix, ½ cup of mayonnaise, 1.2 tsp. of yellow mustard, ½ tsp of sugar, 1 tsp. of white vinegar, and 12 eggs. All you have to do is blend your Dilly Dip Mix, mayonnaise, mustard, sugar and vinegar thoroughly and let it chill in the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours. Next, hard boil your eggs, peel them and slice them in half removing the cooked yolks and mashing them in a bowl. Once your yolks are mashed you just add in your chilled mixture, adding additional mayonnaise until your desired consistency is reached. Finally, you fill your hard-boiled egg halves with your delicious dill mixture.

Your guests are sure to love these deviled eggs. To make it extra special you can garnish them with a little bit of dill or a sprinkle of paprika. Give these deviled eggs a try!

Holy Guacamole! Deviled Eggs

If you want to take your deviled eggs to a whole new level then our delicious Holy Guacamole Deviled Eggs are perfect for you! Guacamole lovers will enjoy this unique take on deviled eggs and the best part is that they are very easy to make! All you will need is 1 packet of our Guacamole Dip Mix, 3 to 4 ripe avocados, and 8 eggs.

The first thing you have to do is make our guacamole dip by following the instructions on the packet. Next, make your hard-boiled eggs and peel them once they cool, cut them into halves when you are done. Remove the yolks and mash them in with guacamole. Finally, fill your halved eggs with your guacamole-egg mixture! These are served best chilled and can be garnished with a sprinkle of paprika on top. If you want to take this recipe a step further you can add ¼ cup of chopped red onion and 1 cup of chopped cooked bacon into your guacamole-egg mixture before serving in the egg halves.

Whether you add bacon or not, you are sure to love these unique deviled eggs! The delicious combination of fresh guacamole and eggs will have your guests coming back for seconds!

Tips For Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs

Hard-boiled eggs themselves are easy to make, however, it’s the peeling off of the shell that people often struggle with. Did you know that there are ways to make the peeling process tremendously easier? These tips will make making deviled eggs more simple than ever!

To make hard-boiled eggs all you need to do is place your eggs in boiling water and let them cook until your desired consistency. If you prefer soft-boiled eggs then you will only want them to boil for 2 to 3 minutes at the most. If you prefer hard-boiled eggs, then you should boil your eggs for 7-11 minutes. It’s important to note that the longer your eggs boil, the dryer they may become on the inside.

Do you have an air fryer? You can hard boil your eggs in there too! Any 1400 to 1700 watt air fryer can do it. While it isn’t recommended to cook a dozen eggs at a time this way, it’s perfect for smaller portions. A popular method is to put your eggs in the air fryer basket and set the temperature anywhere from 250 to 350 degrees. Let your eggs cook for about 15 minutes and see how they turn out. You can always alter the time spent cooking to match your egg preference. All air fryers are different so it may take a bit of trial and error to get it right, but once you do you’re set!

When boiling your water for your eggs add a splash of vinegar to soften the eggshells, a shake or two of salt which helps increase the water temperature as well as make the eggs easier to peel, and some lemon juice. Adding these ingredients to your water will help the shell. Eggs that are older will also peel a bit easier than those with a later expiration date. 

Wrapping it Up

You are more than ready to make the best-deviled eggs for your next get-together! Our delicious deviled egg recipes are unique and are perfect for any occasion. Make sure to try out these awesome egg peeling tips the next time you boil your eggs, they will help speed up the process immensely. Time to go make some deviled eggs!

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