With Easter approaching this weekend, I decided to round up some unique and delicious ways to serve Easter brunch's most popular dish- deviled eggs. In the south, deviled eggs are a staple potluck item year round. I've included the classic southern recipe below, but also 5 different twists on the dish with different toppings and flavors. All are equally delicious and create quite a beautiful display when arranged all together!
You can find links to the recipes for each different deviled egg below. Whether you choose just one or try them all, your Easter guests are sure to be impressed! Have you ever tried any non-traditional deviled egg recipes? What are your favorite ways to top your deviled eggs?
A little mayo, mustard, pickle relish and topped with paprika and a sliced pickle- this is the classic go-to southern recipe for deviled eggs. If you want to keep it simple, this is the one for you! Find the full recipe here.
Perfect for a brunch spread, this recipe combines smoked salmon with fresh dill, egg yolks, and a bit of mayo for the filling. Top with a tiny bit of smoked salmon and sprig of dill for garnish too! Find the full recipe here.
This is definitely the most detailed recipe, but also probably my favorite. Bacon, roasted asparagus and garlic, AND blue cheese! These are so delicious, and full of perfectly contrasting flavors + texutres. Find the full recipe here.
Think fresh guacamole inside an egg and that's basically what this recipe is! A great healthy and low-carb snack option too. The flavors are super bright and fresh in this take on the deviled egg! Find the full recipe here.
You may say that we're taking the everything bagel trend a little far with this one BUT I promise it is SO delicious! Everything bagel seasoning makes everything better, INCLUDING deviled eggs. Find the full recipe here.
Did you know you can make crispy fried shallots without any oil?! I didn't either until I tried this recipe. The filling is a classic mixture of mustard, mayo, dill, and lemon juice but with the addition of hot sauce. It is then topped with chives and crispy fried shallots- YUM! Find the full recipe here.