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Classic Deviled Eggs

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90Calories
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Classic Deviled Eggs

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Ingredients

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12 SERVINGS
  • 12 hard boiled eggs (peeled)
  • 2 Tbsp. sweet pickle relish (or chopped bread and butter pickles)
  • 2 Tbsp. bread and butter pickle (or sweet relish juice)
  • 1 tsp. Dijon mustard
  • 1 pinch cayenne pepper
  • 2 Tbsp. mayonnaise
  • paprika (for garnish, optional)
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    90Calories
    Sodium
    Fat
    Protein
    Carbs
    Fiber
    Calories90Calories from Fat50
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat6g9%
    Saturated Fat1.5g8%
    Trans Fat
    Cholesterol215mg72%
    Sodium100mg4%
    Potassium85mg2%
    Protein7g14%
    Calories from Fat50
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate3g1%
    Dietary Fiber0g0%
    Sugars2g4%
    Vitamin A15%
    Vitamin C2%
    Calcium4%
    Iron4%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

    Reviews(32)

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    Gina Rosa 9 months ago
    this is my go to recipe
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    Irvin 10 months ago
    Easy to make. Delicious!
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    Blesilda Avila 10 months ago
    It’s really good 👍😋 I added some chives.
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    Larry H. a year ago
    turn that great had good flavor 😁
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    Larry W. 2 years ago
    When making a large batch for the holidays, i use a hand mixer to mix up the ingridents, as well as extra mayo to make it creamier.
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    Aaron McMillen 2 years ago
    Pretty good, but I did adjust a bit. I added a little celery salt and instead of cayenne, I use chipotle powder. I also added an extra dollop of mayo to help the consistency.
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    Gretchen Mitchell 2 years ago
    Delicious!!! 👍🏼 Made it with a little extra mayo for added creaminess, will definitely make it again!! YUM!!
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    Judit G. 2 years ago
    Came out great! Very tasty.
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    tonja gloshen 3 years ago
    very yummy turned out really great
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    HannahLea A. 3 years ago
    We loved the addition of Cayenne!
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    Robinson 3 years ago
    It was good. I had forgotten how long it takes to peel the eggs. I had trouble with the shells. New eggs are not the way to go.
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    chappell 3 years ago
    absolutely delicious!
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    Tariq Kenyatta 3 years ago
    Taste like back home
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    Kelzar 3 years ago
    Great! I added a little sour cream, no sweet relish, dill powder
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    Justin C. 3 years ago
    Had to add more mustard and pickle juice to get the yokes to the right consistency. But was very yummy!!
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    MaryJane R. 3 years ago
    Very good I used a little more mayo then what the recipe called for I like creamer filling made them for work.Co-workers love them!
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    MB 4 years ago
    I used 1/2 recipe. I added too much mustard, however they were still very good.
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    Michael 4 years ago
    Very good and simple to do. Everyone loved them at Sunday funday.
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    Tiara Thompson 4 years ago
    Thank your the simplified and very tasty recipe. But I got a little confused with the 2 tablespoons of relish, pickle, etc. then below that ingredient was the same phrase. I saw that it referred to the “juice” and not the relish itself. After that clarification, they came out wonderfully. One add though, before boiling the eggs, turn them upside down in the carton for a few minutes so the egg white flows to the opposite end. It will yield an even sided inner egg wall rather then one side being thinner than the other when you cut them in half.
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    Walker 4 years ago
    Delicious! Just need to do better with my piping next time
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    Patty Pedersen 4 years ago
    This is the best deviled egg recipe ever!
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    Jessica Giltner 4 years ago
    Next time I would take out the relish and just use pickle juice the relish gave them a chunky texture that I didn’t love. They were still a hit though!
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    Primrose 4 years ago
    Nothing special it was just alright
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    Nadine 5 years ago
    Everybody loved them, i brought them to a party and they were gpne so fast! Will need to bring more next time.
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    RDQ 5 years ago
    They were just delicious! They didn’t last long after I served them
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    Alayna Brovont 5 years ago
    It turned out pretty good, next time I make it I will remove the cayenne pepper, it had too much of a kick for my tastes.
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    Amber Mansholt 5 years ago
    Good base recipe. A little too sweet for my taste. I think I’ll use dill relish next time. Still really great though!
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    katteline j. 5 years ago
    really tasty and you cant miss this recipe
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    LovLee Vee 5 years ago
    This recipe turned out great! I even added my own twist by adding caramelized bacon on top! Yum! It was simple and quick!
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    Adrienne 5 years ago
    Excellent!! First time making these and super yummy

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