Deviled eggs are the perfect dish to make for almost any party, especially one where you don’t want to bother with plates and utensils. They are their own little self-contained package, going quickly from plate to mouth. And, boy, do they go quickly!
For your Super Bowl Sunday parties, why not make up a couple of these creative recipes from our Sunday Supper tastemakers?
Seafood Deviled Eggs
If you are watching your waistline, you want to make these lightened up Tuna Salad Deviled Eggs, filled first with tuna salad made with yogurt and mayonnaise, then topped with the creamy yolks.
If you don’t make these Shrimp Creole Deviled Eggs for the Big Game, hold on to the recipe for Mardi Gras! They’d be perfect for either celebration.
Another Mardi Gras worthy contender, these Shrimp Remoulade Deviled Eggs are a fun, spicy twist on our favorite way to eat eggs!
This Tuna Salad Deviled Egg recipe takes the traditional southern tuna salad, which is always made with boiled eggs, and turns it into deviled eggs instead.
Spicy Deviled Eggs
A creative take on the perennial football food favorite, why not serve Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs instead of wings this year!
Buffalo Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs are the best because of the spicy kick of hot sauce and tangy blue cheese makes everything better, especially on game day.
Think Jalapeño Popper in deviled egg form form! No matter how many you make, they’ll disappear.
With sriracha AND candied jalapeños, fans of sweet and spicy deviled eggs with be in deviled egg heaven. That’s a thing, you know.
Love spicy kimchi? These Kimchi Deviled Eggs with a Korean kick are going to be your new favorites.
Spiked with some curry powder and habanero chutney, these coronation chicken deviled eggs have everything we love about coronation chicken, plus a few pomegranate arils!
Pork Deviled Eggs
We all know that bacon makes everything better. Give your bacon deviled eggs some extra punch with the addition of horseradish.
Love creamy guacamole? Add some to make guacamole deviled eggs, but don’t forget the bacon. (See above rule: Bacon makes everything better.)
If bratwurst is the “official” tailgate food of the Green Bay Packers, I’m pretty sure these Bratwurst Deviled Eggs would make the honorary list. You don’t have to be a Packer fan to love them! Plus, look, they are decorated like little footballs!
Who doesn’t love a good ham and Swiss cheese sandwich? That flavorful ham, that creamy cheese! The best of both are in these Ham and Swiss Deviled Eggs!
As a kid, Green Goddess dressing was my absolute favorite. I loved it even more than Thousand Island and that’s saying a lot! If you are watching your calories but still want deviled eggs, try these Green Goddess Deviled Eggs with Crispy Ham.
Candied BACON! Yes, you heard that right. These bacon bleu cheese deviled eggs are topped with candied cinnamon chile bacon!
Vegetarian Deviled Eggs
No one can resist a Sweet Basil Deviled Egg, made with basil honey dressing. They are the perfect amount of deliciously herbal, and the added basil is soooo good! !
These no mayo deviled eggs are made with artichoke piccata and yogurt with just a sprinkling of smoked paprika. What could be easier or more delicious?
Add some creamy hummus and yogurt to your eggs for a creamy filling with extra protein and flavor. Hummus Deviled Eggs are so delicious!
With olives, capers, sun-dried tomato, Italian parsley and rosemary, Mediterranean flavors are ALWAYS a winner and that goes double when you add them to a creamy deviled egg.
Baked Deviled Eggs
Ever make Polish Deviled Eggs? These little beauties are baked in the traditional Polonaise-style with a butter crumb topping!
And for something completely different, how about some Baked Egg Bites. Also known as inside out deviled eggs, these are for the folks who don’t eat deviled eggs because they 1. Don’t like just egg whites or 2. Don’t like just egg yolks. Check ‘em out! A unique twist on deviled eggs.
Easy Deviled Eggs
Here’s one for the traditionalists: These easy deviled eggs are sooo easy and really delicious, make sure to double the recipe and watch them fly off the platter!
Short on time? Make these super simple 2-Ingredient Deviled Eggs. It only takes a couple of simple ingredients to make the most astounding deviled eggs, for the easiest appetizer.