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Easter is just around the corner and no Easter dinner is complete without deviled eggs. The signature dish has become a staple in many homes this time of year and we have 15 unique recipes that will impress your guests this year.
From cute chick deviled eggs to deviled egg buffet bites, there are plenty of cool ways to jazz up the delicious dish this year.
Here are 15 unique deviled egg recipes for Easter! Enjoy!
These vibrant deviled eggs will light up your food table this Easter. They’re incredibly easy to make: Simply dye the eggs with food coloring and make the deviled eggs the same way you would with the traditional recipe.
Use an icing decorator to create pretty little swirls out of the deviled egg filling for the perfect finish! Sprinkle with chives.
Some of us absolutely live for spicy food. The more it makes us tear up and go red in the face, the better!
Add a little bit of spice to your deviled eggs this Easter with some jalapenos. The kick of the jalapeno works nicely with the creaminess of the egg and will keep everyone coming back for more.
Do you like guacamole? Then you’ll love this version of the classic Easter dish. Mix your egg mixture with avocado to give it a fresh, unique flavor. Trust us, you’ll never make deviled eggs the old way again.
The best part of this recipe is the spices! Your taste buds will be taken to the deep south with these perfect cajun seasonings.
This is a cool idea for your Easter food table. Make classic deviled eggs and serve them on a platter on your food table. Beside the platter, have a spread of toppings for your guests to choose from.
Topping can include (but are not limited to) finely chopped green peppers, red peppers, yellow peppers, jalapeno peppers, green onions, red onion, cucumbers, avocado, spices and more.
While deviled eggs are delicious, they’re also classified as the classic grandparent hors d’oeuvre that we would enjoy at every single type of celebration over. and over. and over.
If you want to dress things up a bit, try this new twist on deviled eggs. It’s no surprise that someone decided to combine two incredible foods into one amazing dish. These shrimp deviled eggs will add a splash of flavor to any Easter dinner.
There’s only one thing that can make a classic deviled egg even more delicious: bacon! Add a bit of bacon (and fresh avocado) to your deviled eggs and you’ll have a refreshing and satisfying snack like never before.
The best part about this recipe is that you’re able to actually benefit from the healthy fats that both the avocado and egg have to offer!
Who doesn’t love a good everything bagel from time to time?! It is basically like eating all dressed chips where the flavor combination is absolute perfection.
You may not be able to believe this but these keto deviled eggs possess the same types of flavor you’d find in an everything bagel. Your family will be a huge fan of this recipe after their first bite.
Everything’s better fried, right? Well, if you agree with that statement then you’ll love these tasty fried deviled eggs. They’re as simple to prepare as class deviled eggs but have a little more flavor at the end.
Consider whipping a few of these together for your guests this year and it won’t be a surprise when they can’t go back to the original deviled egg recipe.
This particular recipe has received piles of repins on Pinterest, which can only mean one thing – it’s delicious. Everyone loves deviled eggs — but they can be somewhat fussy to make.
This recipe is a busy cook’s solution: all the flavor of deviled eggs, with none of the fuss. Think of it as a deconstructed deviled egg, plus a bunch of pasta. Is there anything stopping you from making it now?
There are a lot of cute chick deviled egg recipes on the web but this one takes the cake for cuteness. The adorable carrot feet and dill sprig feathers set this recipe apart from all of the others.
These deviled eggs will put a smile on your kids’ faces this Easter season, especially when it’s a simple enough recipe to have your little ones’ help make it too.
Are you more into hosting a classier, more sophisticated Easter supper? You’re definitely not the only one who wants to put on their Sunday best for an Easter celebration.
Instead of doing plain deviled eggs, try out this deviled egg recipe that has you devil-ing the eggs vertically instead of horizontally. They’re finished with a charming parmesan crisp that will obviously make it all taste better.
If you are tired of serving deviled eggs for Easter, try mixing it up by adding some new flavors and serving it in a different format.
This deviled avocado egg salad is perfect for scooping with chips or crackers, but it can also be enjoyed on a sandwich with some fresh veggies.
Surprise your guests this year with no deviled eggs at all, and instead, serve up some chips and crackers on a platter with a scrumptious dip.
They will soon realize that they are digging into an amazing deviled egg dip that is blowing their minds and they won’t think twice about those old deviled eggs again.
Even people who are huge deviled egg fans can be vegans! It’s such a tragic situation, so how do we make it better? We make a vegan deviled egg recipe!
At Forkly, we’re all about those vegan alternative recipes that can accommodate any eating restriction. This Easter, have a special appetizer for the vegans in the crowd!
If mayo is simply not your jam, deviled eggs are still possible for you! Using a little greek yogurt and mustard, you can make a perfectly tasty deviled egg in no time!
This recipe also offers high amounts of protein between the eggs and the greek yogurt – and we definitely need that lasting energy when it comes to family get togethers.