Deviled Eggs for the 4th of July

Deviled Eggs

Don’t forget the deviled eggs this weekend!  Friends and family love these Deviled Eggs so much that the whole plate disappears quickly no matter how many I make.  I’ve learned that I need to hide a couple in the refrigerator if I want to eat any myself.  For an added kick, try sprinkling smoked paprika on top.

Best Basic Deviled Eggs Recipe

  1. Ruby

    ohhhh those are my favorite!

    10:47 am  Jul 2nd, 2010
  2. my spatula

    i’ve never met a deviled egg i didn’t like – yours look like perfection!

    11:55 am  Jul 2nd, 2010
  3. Michelle

    What a great shot. And the perfect dish to take to a 4th of July picnic.

    4:57 pm  Jul 2nd, 2010
  4. Nicole @ the dirty oven

    If only I had seen this before we planned our 4th BBQ…darn it!! I think I am going to have to make them anyway. They look perfect.

    9:01 am  Jul 3rd, 2010
  5. Kristen

    I think they disappear because they are such a perfect bite-sized snack. People can eat as many as you serve and would still come back for more. I’m guilty!

    1:13 pm  Jul 4th, 2010
  6. Charles G Thompson

    One of my favorite summertime picnic dishes!

    7:57 pm  Jul 5th, 2010
  7. lauren

    looks like tasty… i must try this.

    9:46 pm  Jul 16th, 2010
  8. Grace

    Deviled eggs are my favorite! My family loves them. They only last a few minutes on our holiday tables.

    7:04 pm  Jul 19th, 2010
  9. Linda

    I don’t have a pastery bag but I use a ziplock bag. Put the bag in a short glass [helps to hold the bag while you are filling it] and put the filling in the bag. Cut off a corner of the bag and pipe the filling in the eggs. I always make 1 extra egg so I have plenty of filling and if I have extra I pipe it on my finger and eat it. What could be better any time of year than deviled eggs.

    6:26 pm  Oct 21st, 2010
  10. Karen Albro

    Good thing I haven’t deleted my emails, this is just what I was looking for Christmas dinner! Thank you.

    12:17 pm  Dec 20th, 2010
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