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Easter appetizers: Best deviled eggs recipes from classic to spicy

Deviled eggs are a popular appetizer to serve on Easter Sunday. They are easy to make and a great way to use the eggs you colored for the Easter bunny. Classic deviled eggs only require a batch of hard boiled eggs and a few simple ingredients. If you want to spice them up a bit, the recipes below will give your eggs a little more variety.

Best deviled eggs recipes
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Curry, horseradish, spicy mustard, smoked pork, avocado, sweet pickle relish or bacon all make great additions to the egg mixture.

Spicy or plain, make a batch of deviled eggs and watch them disappear shortly after your guests arrive for Easter dinner.

Classic Deviled Eggs recipe - This popular appetizer is quick and easy to make with just a few inexpensive ingredients.

Barbecued Deviled Eggs - Smoky chopped pork adds lots of flavor to this recipe.

Tex-Mex Deviled Eggs - Chili, jalapenos, and cheddar cheese give these eggs a Texas twist.

Guacamole Deviled Eggs - A great way to add a little healthy avocado to your eggs.

Horseradish Deviled Eggs - These spicy eggs will be a hit with anyone who likes their eggs spicy.

Paula Deen's BLT Deviled Eggs - Tomatoes and bacon turn an ordinary egg into something spectacular.

Deviled Eggs with Crab - Lump crabmeat and mascarpone cheese give eggs a fancy upgrade.

Need a refresher on how to hard boil eggs? Here are easy instructions that will make your eggs come out perfectly boiled.

How to Make Hard Boiled Eggs:

Start with cold water in the bottom of a deep pot. Cold water will help prevent the eggs from cracking and should be about an inch higher than the eggs.

Add a pinch or two of salt to the cold water to make peeling easy, especially for deviled eggs.

Bring water to a boil and then cover the pot of eggs. Boil for approximately 12 minutes on medium. Remove from the burner after 12 minutes. You can open one egg to make sure it's hard boiled if you aren't sure if they are done.

Carefully remove the eggs from the pot and place in a bowl of ice water. Cool in the refrigerator. To avoid food borne illnesses, do not leave eggs out on the kitchen counter.

Color cooled eggs or peel them for deviled eggs. Peeling eggs under cold water helps the shell come off a little easier.