Addictive Deviled Egg Spread

Addictive Deviled Egg Spread
Addictive Deviled Egg Spread

A less chunky version of egg salad, this Addictive Deviled Egg Spread will be gone before you know it when you set it out for guests at your next party. Spread atop a cracker or piece of bread, this delicious egg salad dip is perfectly satisfying without being too heavy. A wonderful easy appetizer recipe for a family gathering, this is one of those dips we love making because it's so effortless yet so incredibly tasty. Get out this recipe the next time you have party guests to please.


If traditional deviled eggs are more your style, check out this handy step-by-step guide to making them right here.


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I have just recently become a deviled egg fan- never liked hardboiled eggs for some reason but now I love them! This is a really unique way to use leftover deviled eggs the next day.

I've always loved deviled egg and this Addictive Deviled Egg Spread is just another good recipe. It looks very delish and filling. Great for lunch or dinner.

I'm looking for ways to use up all of the leftovers from Christmas. We are blessed to have so much! I hate wasting food so I'm looking for ideas to use everything up. This dip is perfect for the deviled eggs I have left over. I'm glad I found this, I would never have thought to use up deviled eggs in this way.

Love the additional of a little mustard because it really adds a wonderful flavor. I also added some chopped green onion (a tip from another recipe on this site) which also does great things to the eggs. I left it in the refrigerator for about 2 hours to allow the flavors to meld and then we had it with toasted bruschetta and it was very good indeed.

I have always wondered what 'egg salad' was and now I know. Although this is not egg salad, I know! But still it is explained in Christy's blog. I love deviled eggs so was drawn to a deviled egg spread. I was intrigued as to what that was. I also love mayonnaise. I am definitely going to make this and can't wait to taste it. I can imagine it tastes quite nice with the added mustard too.

I have never heard of deviled egg spread. The photo above looks like mashed potatoes. I usually mess up my deviled eggs, anyway, and break some of them, so this would be a good alternative. I would probably make sandwiches with it, instead of putting it on crackers. I know some people sweeten their deviled eggs, but my recipe has yellow mustard in it.

I have made deviled eggs and egg salad, but never a deviled egg spread. This is pretty much how I make my deviled eggs. With these, you definitely would not need to have perfectly peeled eggs since you are just going to cut them up in the end. I think a little minced onion or even granulated onion would be a lovely complement.

Alright. So the chunkier version of this deviled egg is the egg salad which is my favorite. I often make egg salad as sandwich filling but end up eating it by itself. The salad has a distinct taste that is so addicting, you can't stop eating it. Even this Addictive Deviled Egg spread is true to its name, addictive. It is also filling, it can be a meal by itself. I've been making both deviled eggs and egg salad but there's one ingredient here that I have overlooked - mustard. I'm gonna include it next time. Thanks.

This the way my mother always made her devil eggs, she would half the eggs and remove the yolks and mix them with mayo and a little mustard and gently return the yolks to the egg whites, I couldn't get enough of them when I was a kid.

I love this recipe, I never thought of making deviled Eggs into a spread. Wow, my daughter will flip out when she taste this, she just loves deviled eggs. I would sprinkle the top with a smokey Paprika to add color and a little more flavor. Thank you so much for this free recipe that I will be making and sharing.

I too love deviled eggs and this is the classic, basic recipe before you add all your doo-dads in. If you want the fresh classic Taste of egg salad, this is it. The only Spice in here is salt pepper and the ground mustard. This recipe allows the true fresh flavor of classic egg salad to come through and it's best on Fresh Bakery bread.

Looks great for parties!


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