When hosting a party or holiday gathering, deviled eggs deserve a spot on the menu. These twists on the classic, from lobster-stuffed bites to turmeric-dyed showstoppers, are sure to become your new favorite appetizer.
Here's a healthy recipe for classic deviled eggs that you can make again and again. We dress these eggs up with simple and healthy mix-ins and toppings: Canola mayo lends creaminess without the fat, tangy apple cider vinegar sneaks in extra nutrients, and smoky-sweet paprika ties the flavors together.
This fun twist on deviled eggs is a nice change-of-pace dish for your next picnic or cookout. With just a hint of tang and spice, they’ll appeal to all, including folks who aren’t particularly adventurous eaters. Try to use older eggs—they will peel more easily. Look for shichimi togarashi in the same place you buy miso.
Eggs steam perfectly in the Instant Pot, making this once labor-intensive appetizer a breeze. Classy enough for a dinner party while casual enough for game day, these Lobster Roll Deviled Eggs combine two fun foods into one delicious dish. If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly dish, substitute pre-cooked shrimp for the lobster tail.
Deviled eggs get way more interesting when the eggs are pickled in a tangy turmeric-spiked brine that also dyes them a lovely color. The longer the eggs marinate in the brine, the firmer they become and the more vibrant the color gets. For a tangier flavor, use some of the brine instead of water to loosen the filling.