10 Reviews

These turned out great!!! This recipe has the flavor that other deviled eggs are missing. You won't be disappointed.

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Hippie Girl May 04, 2011

Oh, how yummy these were! I make deviled eggs all the time and I didn't mention that I had used a new recipe...it was so funny to watch my family & friends' faces as they recognized the difference! I will be making these from now on...Thank you!

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*Petunia* May 15, 2010

Took these eggs to a party where two other people brought deviled eggs. Everyone asked,"Who made these?" about my eggs. They didn't last long. Definitely the only deviled eggs I will ever make again.

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jpneubs December 20, 2008

These are so good! The ONLY deviled eggs I will be making from now on.

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kimberlyholst July 06, 2008

I used this recipe and I must say, it's absolutely amazing. I normally don't like deviled eggs, but I made them for Thanksgiving for everyone else. My husband ate a few and told me I HAD to try them myself and was surprised at how good they were. SO easy and SO yummy!!

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Dardus November 26, 2007

Made these for Thanksgiving. Wonderful flavor. Our new favorite! I only boiled a dozen and everyone was disapointed when they were gone. I used grey pupon mustard. And ours had a very faint dill flavor from the sugar. I had put sugar in an old pickle jar without thinking. :D A very creamy texture. I was worried at first it would be soupy but it turned out well. I had a heck of a time guarding the results until it was time to go to my inlaw's house for dinner.

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Amis November 22, 2007

I made these as a New Year's Eve appetizer. My husband loves deviled eggs and he liked these a lot. We don't mind 'funny chunks' so I added a few heaping tablespoons of my homemade green tomato relish. I also added 1/2 tsp. dried dill weed for additional flavor. With these adaptations, and reducing the sugar by 1 tsp., this is now my standard recipe for future batches of deviled eggs.

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terri.jentz January 01, 2007

MMM! These were a different type of deviled eggs but VERY good. My 4 yr old ate 3 by himself. Thanks for an easy recipe:)

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Ang11002 May 24, 2006

Very good recipe. The only change I made was not adding mustard because I was out and they turned out super anyway. Thanks for posting.

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Melly2 July 28, 2004

Well, crappola--only 5 stars!! These were super. My only suggestion for improvement: make more than you think you will want. I only cooked 3 eggs, and guessed a little, but they were fantastic. Tomorrow, I make up 6 eggs (i live by myself), and plan on eating them all in one chunk (like i just did the 3). Thanks for a super recipe.

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~Bliss~ April 19, 2004
Sweet & Sour Deviled Eggs