DEVILED EGGS | how to make the best deviled eggs recipe (paleo, keto, whole30)

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Deviled eggs are a classic recipe and perfect for the holidays, Easter or parties. Learn how to make deviled eggs (so easy!) and you’ll always have a healthy appetizer and snack recipe ready for the masses.

My deviled eggs recipe is naturally gluten-free and also paleo, keto, low carb and whole30 friendly. It’s the classic recipe version though you can always spice it up with additional flavor variations like those on the full blog post below.

Deviled eggs are easy to make, have only have a handful of ingredients and most people love them. So I’m happy to share my best deviled egg recipe with you today! Enjoy!

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  1. Hi guys! I've been eating these deviled eggs all week as a snack and they're delicious! Not only are they great for holidays and parties, but they're perfect for healthy meal prep (and last up to three days in the fridge). Do you know why deviled eggs are called "deviled?" If not, I answer that on the full recipe post. 😉 xo – Lisa

  2. Exactly how I make mine except I use a touch less mayo (just a preference) and instead of vinegar, I use tabasco. Tabasco is already 80% vinegar anyways so I find it just adds more flavor than just vinegar and accomplishes the same goal.

  3. Yo! This was the best addition for me and my friends here in Seattle, WA. During COVID-19, we didn't have the opportunity to go home to family for the holidays, so we decided to spend it together and do a friendsgiving potluck! You're eloquent with your instructions. Thanks for the recipe! 🙂 *PLEASE GIVE MORE RECIPES*

  4. Well, my comment is kind of late but… I think you need something to add a different texture. You have a soft egg white filled with a soft and creamy filling, so adding a little crunch is perfect to break it up. The best choices are fine diced onion, fine diced celery or some firm dill pickles that are diced. You can get creative and dice up some dried cranberries (great for Thanksgiving and Christmas) or even used chopped up nuts like walnuts or peanuts.

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