Deviled eggs aren’t hard to make. So what’s the big deal about an “easiest” method? It’s just the fact that there’s no mess at all. And if you’re preparing for a big party or cook-out, you could probably use all the help you can get!
No-Mess Deviled Eggs Recipe
For this deviled egg method, boil and cut the eggs as you usually would. Then, pop out the yolks and put them into a ziplock freezer bag. The sandwich bags aren’t as durable at the seams, so I wouldn’t recommend using them. Add your other ingredients, squeeze out as much air as you can before sealing, and mash everything together with your hands.
When everything is combined and smooth, snip off one corner, and pipe the filling directly into your egg whites. Voila! No-mess deviled eggs!
What’s your favorite deviled eggs recipe?
Mine is really simple. Just a bit of mayonnaise and lemon juice, and a pinch of salt. Then, I like to top them with a slice of a green olive, or half if it’s not a huge olive (sadly, we are out of green olives today).
Are you in the mayonnaise + spicy mustard camp?
How about mayonnaise + relish?
Avocado + hot sauce?
There are a million ingredients you can use to make (delicious) deviled eggs. But in my book, this method is fantastic when you’re making a bunch at a time.
(I know… It’s a little wasteful because of the plastic bag, so I don’t do it all the time. If you don’t approve, you don’t have to use this method when you make yours.)
Give some of these deviled eggs recipes a try!
Bacon + JalapeÃ±o deviled eggs from PaleOMG.
Bacon + Frank’s Red Hot Deviled Eggs from Civilized Caveman Cooking.
Bacon + Chive + Dijon mustard hard boiled eggs from CookEatPaleo.
Guacamole deviled eggs! From Skinnytaste. Gina says, “My mom adds hard boiled eggs to her guacamole, so I thought Why not add guacamole to hard boiled eggs?” Wouldn’t these be fun for halloween or a green eggs & ham party?
Basic deviled eggs from Elana’s Pantry. I love the idea of adding shallots and celery!
Halloween’s coming up. Creepy crawly spider eggs from Make It – Love It. We WILL be making these!
I am demanded (seriously) to bring my Deviled Eggs to every family gathering. I’ve always spooned the yolk mixture into the eggs, it’s really time consuming, messy and the presentation is not the best. I definitely am trying this method for Christmas which is only 2 days away!
Thank you ????
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Honestly Thank You.
I have used this method for quite some time and it really helps with mess as well as looking nice.
I am a caterer and make them weekly. They are delicious.
I have never made devil eggs and I am 65 years old. Do you have the old fashion recipe my grandmother would make? Would you please send it to me?
Thank you, Brenda
What a great idea! I purposely avoid making deviled eggs due to the mess but this is genius! Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome, Katie. I hope you enjoy deviled eggs more now. hehe.