Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs

Raven Higheagle


Last week I made some incredible Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs to enjoy for lunch while my parents were here. I love Buffalo Chicken Dip and (Bacon Jalapeno) Deviled Eggs, so this combination was perfect and they were insanely delicious! They had an awesome amount of spice, crunch, creaminess, and flavor! I will be making Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs as an appetizer for many occasions, including Labor Day, football parties, and girls nights!
Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs are a delicious twist on the traditional deviled egg and have an awesome amount of spice, crunch, creaminess, and flavor!

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Makes 24
10 Min


12 large
hard boiled eggs
12 oz
cooked chicken - chopped
1/2 small
vidalia onion
1/2 c
blue cheese crumbles
1/2 c
franks buffalo wing sauce
1 stalk(s)
4 Tbsp
blue cheese dressing
thinly sliced green onion


1Chop up the chicken and the celery.
2Peel the eggs and slice in half lengthwise.
3Scrape the yolks out into a large mixing bowl.
4Add the rest of the ingredients to the bowl of yolks, except for the onion.
5Use a microplane (or smallest part of your grater) to grate the onion over the bowl (The juice from the onion will add a lot of flavor to the mixture)
6Mix all ingredients together.
7Put mixture into a Ziploc bag and squeeze the mixture to one corner of the bag.
8Snip off the corner of the bag and use this to pipe the mixture into the eggs.
9Sprinkle green onion on each egg.

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