Dan’s Scrumptious Deviled Eggs {Recipe}

My husband, Dan, really likes to cook, and he happens to make the best Deviled Eggs…. they’re just so flavorful, tangy, and delicious! We made a batch recently, and I decided to share his recipe with you all. It’s really simple, easy, and quick! Deviled-Eggs-RecipeBelow is a printable recipe, without photos, for your convenience.

The first thing you want to do is boil the eggs until they’re well cooked. We usually use about a dozen eggs, unless we’re making for a big potluck meal…. in that case, you may want to make more. After eggs have cooked, pour cold water over the eggs, and let cool. Boiled-Eggs-for-Deviled-EggsPeel each egg. Slice each egg in half, and remove the yolk. Cut-eggs-apart-and-separate-yolksSmash yolks and combine with salad dressing (Miracle Whip), mustard, and salt and pepper. Mix-yolks-with-ingredients-for-deviled-eggsSpoon creamy yolk mixture back into each halved egg white. Fill-each-egg-with-deviled-egg-fillingThen dust Deviled Eggs with a dash of Paprika.Sprinkle-Paprika-on-Deviled-Eggs

These are great for family dinners, church potlucks, parties, and sometimes just a yummy snack. Enjoy!Plate-of-Deviled-Eggs

Dan’s Scrumptious Deviled Eggs
 
Ingredients
  • 1 dozen eggs, boiled
  • ½ cup Miracle Whip (or similar salad dressing)
  • 1 tbsp mustard
  • Salt & Pepper, to taste
  • Dash of Paprika
Instructions
  1. Boil eggs until well cooked. After eggs have cooked, pour cold water over eggs, and let cool. Peel each egg. Slice each egg in half, and remove yolk.
  2. Smash yolks and combine with salad dressing (Miracle Whip), mustard, and salt and pepper. Spoon creamy yolk mixture back into each halved egg white. Dust Deviled Eggs with a dash of Paprika.
  3. Serve and enjoy!

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Mel Lockcuff

Mel is a wife and homeschool mom to 2 boys, as well as a lifestyle and travel blogger residing in Northwest Arkansas. Mel is also the founder of MamaBuzz Media. You can find Mel on Google+, Facebook, and Twitter @MamaBuzz, or contact her via email at info@mamabzz.com.

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Comments

    • 2

      says

      Rachel, I’m a Miracle Whip girl too.:) These eggs peeled pretty easily, surprisingly. It’s not always that pretty. lol

    • 9

      says

      Jennifer, we just made another batch today. Thanks so much for stopping by. You’ll have to let me know if you try these.:)

    • 15

      says

      Thank you, Shannah! Yeah, I usually let Dan make them…. he’s the deviled egg expert around here, and they’re so yummy.:)

  1. 16

    Rana says

    My dad always said I made the best deviled eggs he ever ate! My recipe is simple. I have found that the fresher the eggs the easier it is to peel them. So I always buy fresh! I remove the yoke and crumble it in the blender til fine. I add several tablespoons of miricle whip until it is the right consistancey. Then add a shot of yellow mustard. My secret ingredient tho is a tablespoon of dill relish!!! It makes it tangy! Then I place this mixture in a pastry bag and use a shells tip. This makes filling each egg effortless and soooooo pretty too! I sprinkle with parsley to finish! Enjoy!

  2. 18

    says

    I use mayonnaise but at a little sugar to it. I also use worstershire sauce. I use a honey mustard at times but either way the come out great and everyone loves them.

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