Deviled eggs are a staple for any Southern party. Update this classic with these new flavor ideas.
The filling for Southern-style basic deviled eggs is nothing more than egg yolks, mayonanaise, mustard, and sweet pickle relish.
Two Southern classics come together to make an unforgettable deviled egg, especially if you garnish with sliced country ham
and pickled okra.
Shrimp and Creole seasoning give these deviled eggs a distinctly Southern taste.
This is the best of both worlds – deviled eggs kissed with smoky chopped pork. One of our favorite make-ahead tips: place
yolk filling in a zip-top plastic bag, and the egg white halves in another container (especially handy if taking to barbecue).
When you’re ready to fill egg white halves, simply snip a corner of the zip-top plastic bag and pipe away.
Chili, jalapenos, and cheddar cheese combine for a spicy Texas-twist on the traditional appetizer.
Delight your guests with these deviled eggs filled with pickles, okra, and capers.
Ready in under an hour, these spicy shrimp bites are simple to make but packed with flavor. You'll love this unique twist
on deviled eggs with shrimp, spicy Creole mustard, and lots of garlic.
Drained and rinsed canned black-eyed peas, minced pickled jalapeño peppers, and fresh cilantro leaves top these flavor-packed
Peaches, country ham, and pecans add a new twist to these eggs while still appealing to traditional Southern tastes.
Jumbo lump crabmeat, chopped fresh tarragon, freshly ground pepper, and a squeeze of fresh lemon give these deviled eggs a
These spicy deviled eggs, stuffed with mayo, mustard, cumin, and pickled jalapeños and topped with cilantro, are sure to please
anyone who loves a bit of heat.
The perfect idea for a party! Let your guests get creative and top their eggs with whatever inspires them.