The Best Deviled Eggs Recipe
The Best Deviled Eggs Recipe you’ll ever make has a few secret ingredients like, vinegar, and paprika! These are the ONLY deviled eggs we make now!
I happen to love a good deviled eggs recipe. I just think they are so delicious! This deviled eggs recipe is my sister in law’s and they are our favorite. In fact it is the only recipe we use now.
My Aunt Paula always teases me because she remembers a time when I would come home from school and make deviled eggs as my after school snack. Seriously not the best habit to get into, but I guess at least I was cooking it myself and not whining for anyone to make something for me.
The BEST Deviled Eggs Recipe
Back then it was just egg yolk and miracle whip with a dash of paprika but this recipe is still classic but in a much better way. And the age old question, are you a miracle whip or mayonnaise fan?
Click HERE if you need a quick refresher on making the perfect hard-boiled eggs, and then make up some yummy deviled eggs this Easter!!
Can Deviled Eggs be Made in Advance?
Why yes, deviled eggs can be made in advance. You can make deviled eggs 2-3 days in advance, but be warned, your fridge will smell like boiled eggs. You can make them and store them in their shells until you’re ready to peel them or you can prepare them and store the whites and filling separate. Read below.
How to Store Deviled Eggs
Did you know you can store deviled eggs for a few days? If you haven’t made the deviled eggs recipe yet, go ahead and leave the eggs in their shells for up to 3-5 days. If you are merely prepping the eggs 1-2 days ahead of time, make the filling and store it in a a zip top bag with the air pressed out and the whites stored in another air tight container.
If your deviled eggs have been prepared, store them in a container with plastic wrap over them and with a tight fitting lid. A little paprika on top will help to keep the plastic from sticking to the yolks.
How Long do Deviled Eggs Last?
Please, please stop keeping the best deviled eggs for more than 5-6 days. They really aren’t good after that. If your deviled eggs are reaching the end of their life, turn them into something new like one of these ideas below for leftover hard boiled or leftover deviled eggs recipes.
The best Deviled Eggs
The Best Deviled Eggs you’ll ever make have a few secret ingredients like, vinegar, and paprika! These are the ONLY deviled eggs we make now!
Recipe by Jessica
- 6 Hard Boiled Eggs
- 3 Tablespoons Mayonnaise
- 1 Teaspoon White Vinegar
- 1 Tablespoon Sugar
- 1 Tablespoon Honey mustard
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Garnish with Paprika
Mix the cooked yolk and all ingredients together and fill the whites back up. (You could use a star tip and pastry bag, but I kinda like to just fill them with a spoon)
Yield: 1 recipe, Serving Size: 1
- Amount Per Serving:
- Calories: 732 Calories
- Total Fat: 59.7g
- Cholesterol: 912.3mg
- Carbohydrates: 16.2g
- Fiber: 0.6g
- Sugar: 15.4g
- Protein: 30.8g
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