Megan's Deviled Eggs

Megan's Deviled Eggs Recipe

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Megan Stewart


Everybody has their own way of making deviled eggs, and this is mine. My father in law and hubby love deviled eggs, as do I. It is a sure bet we will eat them, but the rest of my hubby's family avoids them--just more for us! :) The plus side, is this makes incredibly good egg salad if you happen to break the eggs when peeling, or have leftovers.


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How to Make Megan's Deviled Eggs


  1. Boil eggs until cracks appear. Drain off hot water by adding cold water until the temperature is cool enough to put your hands into. Remove one egg at a time, crack by rolling on the counter or edge of sink and applying pressure from your palm. Remove skins under cold running water and allow to cool completely.
  2. Cut in half, put yolks into a bowl. Add a little relish, sprinkle with seasonings and mix to break up. Then add miracle whip to consistency desired and cool in fridge overnight.
  3. Before filling eggs, adjust seasonings and add miracle whip if needed. Once filled, you can add a sprinkle of paprika if you want.

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About Megan's Deviled Eggs

Course/Dish: Other Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American

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