No Yolk Hummus Filled Deviled Eggs

"This is a delicious and lower fat/calorie alternative to traditional deviled eggs. Instead of filling the whites with yolks and mayo, these easy to prepare eggs are stuffed with hummus! Experiment with different flavoured hummus -- there are many commercial variaties available at most grocery stores, from garlic to roasted red pepper. Perfect as a quick, protein rich and healthful snack, or as a unique hors d'oeuvre. Kids love these too!"
photo by Chef RZ Fan photo by Chef RZ Fan
photo by Chef RZ Fan
Ready In:
12 halves




  • Remove eggs yolks from hard boiled eggs. (save them for a treat for your dog!).
  • With a pastry bag (or freezer bag with corner cut off), pipe hummus into egg half hollows.
  • Top with desired garnishes. Parsley goes well with almost any variaty of hummus, slivered almonds or paprika are nice on traditional flavoured hummus, and red pepper flakes pair well with roasted pepper hummus. Experiment to find your perfect combination! :).

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  1. somebodys_sweet_pea
    Totally yummy! I love this idea and it tastes great! I mixed in just a couple out of 6 yolks and just a little teaspoon or so of veganaise - but just because I love the taste! You could really play around with this. Thanks!
  2. Chef RZ Fan
    We loved these. I filled them with Recipe #11424. Thanks for sharing this one.
  3. Starrynews
    Thanks for sharing this idea! I actually used the yolks, mashed and mixed in with the hummus. I used a Roasted Garlic Delight hummus with paprika, and it was fabulous!
  4. lea_petra
    We still used the yolks, only used 1/3 cup of hummus. Turned out great. We rarely have mayo in the house, because I am the only one that will eat it and that is occasionally. So This was a great alternative. Even my kids love it. They like it more than the eggs made with mayo. Next time we will try the straight hummus.
  5. pha3134
    Used different flavors of hummus. I liked this recipe more than my husband. We both like hummus and I think that in order for this recipe to be appreciated you must care for that ingredient. Took to a picnic and it was not really liked.



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