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Easter Sunday Deviled Eggs

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Easter Sunday Deviled Eggs
Easter Sunday Deviled Eggs
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When Easter comes around, there is one tradition that's here to stay, and that's eggs. Whether you're eating them, decorating them or hiding them, you should be prepared to enjoy them in one form or another.

That's why we've given you a delightful recipe for Easter Sunday Deviled Eggs.

This easy deviled eggs recipe is sure to bring a tasty and hassle-free dish to your table. Look forward to brunch anytime, with this deviled eggs recipe that's sure to please the whole family.

Makes12 deviled eggs

Preparation Time20 min

Cooking Time10 min



  • 6 large eggs
  • 3 tablespoons mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon honey Dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon sweet pickles, finely chopped
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • pickle relish (for garnish)


  1. Place eggs into a small saucepan and cover with water by 1 inch. 

  2. Bring to a boil, then lower heat to a simmer and cook for 12 minutes. 

  3. Immediately place eggs into a bowl and cover with ice and water. Let stand 5-10 minutes before peeling.

  4. Cut peeled eggs in half and place yolks into a bowl and whites onto a serving plate.

  5. Mash the egg yolks well with the tines of a fork, adding the rest of the ingredients to form a thick paste.

  6. Yolks can be piped into the egg whites with a pastry bag and tip or simply spooned into the whites. 

Chef's Note:

If you use a pastry tip, be sure the pickles are chopped very, very finely.

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Devilled eggs are always a hit in our house. I make them for every family gathering and they disappear as fast as I can put them out. I have never made them with pickles, but we would probably like them this way too. I will have to try them at our birthday party next month.

I'm in charge of sides for Easter brunch, and I know I definitely have to make these. So good!

Pickles in deviled eggs...hmmmm I've had many different varieties but my favorite has always been the traditional. What is the pickle juice or apple cider vinegar for? Sometimes when I'm making deviled eggs and feeling a little indulgent...I'll beat a little cream cheese and some minced chives in with the egg yolks, then sprinkle with a little paprika and it really is a treat.

I like to try different recipes for deviled eggs. They are usually such an easy recipe, and my family loves them. Sometimes, though, I just end up chopping up the deviled eggs to make egg salad sandwiches. Love them! I usually think of deviled eggs as a summer picnic item, but I really should remember to make them more often.

I use 1 to1/2 Tbsp. sweet salad cubes or relish (I prefer cubed) and I drain them on a paper towel so my eggs would not become soggy.

Vinegar and honey mustard - who knew they could make deviled eggs taste so good?! I think I've found my new go-to deviled eggs recipe!

These were my first deviled eggs! I would definitely make them for Easter.

Tasty deviled eggs. I'd have these again.

Absolutely delicious! The filling had TONS of flavor!

I never thought that Easter Sunday eggs can be cook and eaten that way. It looks so yummy! Those deviled eggs are a must try one. We often seen Easter eggs with colorful paints and drawings and this one is very unique. Raw and can be feed on your monster in the stomach. You can have some installment loan to buy your Easter egg cool tools.


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