Easy and simple I use a little sweet relish and garlic powder in the miracle whip top with paprika for color. My family loves these eggs.
I use Miracle Whip but add a little yellow mustard and a dash of celery salt, sprinkle paprika on to finish.
Can't go wrong with a basic deviled egg recipe. I love the cayenne, I usually use paprika. We love mayonnaise so I went with the full fat stuff :)
Very good simple deviled eggs. I did replace the Miracle Whip with Hellman's olive oil mayonnaise. I use How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs. Made for Veggie Swap 37 ~ August 2011 ~
YUCK! What a waste of a dozen eggs. The only thing you taste is Miracle Whip. Mayo/Mustard is much better - add a little bacon; dill pickle relish; chopped olives; roasted red pepper and give your deviled eggs a signature.
This is your good basic deviled egg. Made for best of 2012.
Yummy deviled eggs! The cayenne is a nice touch - provides a bit of a pop with the creamy filling. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
it was awesome . i did replace the miracle whip with kraft mayo
Delicious variation - and so simple! I did the sugar/lemon juice addition to mayonnaise to get the Miracle Whip flavor and proceeded from there. We really liked the use of cayenne pepper on top - made a great sweet, salty, tangy, spicy combo. Thanks for sharing! Veggie Swap 43
Easy peasy! I used mayonnaise and added a touch of vinegar and sugar to make it more like Miracle Whip. I enjoyed the ease and quickness of this recipe. Thanks! Made for the Vegetarian Swap-Sept. 2011.