Deviled Eggs 5 Ways

From the bariatric patient to the average health nut, we all have had our fair share of boiled eggs for a low-calorie protein kick! But sometimes, even your go-to deviled egg recipe gets old. We took it upon ourselves to try out five tasty ways to prepare deviled eggs, perfect for lunchtime meal preps, high protein snacks, or a feature on your Thanksgiving table this year!

We really went out of the box with these recipes. From blue cheese to Mexican deviled eggs, we have a delightful deviled egg recipe ready and waiting for you in this video for meal preps made easy!

Each recipe starts off simple. Boil your eggs to the desired temperature (from hard boiled to slightly fudgy, we also did a video on the “best” ways to boil your eggs!) then begin preparation by halving them and scooping out the yolk. We prepared twenty total eggs for all five recipes, but don’t fret! We don’t expect you to eat that many eggs! Each recipe is designed for four eggs, so feel free to double, triple, or quadruple the portions as needed! Bear in mind, boiled eggs hold up for about a week in the fridge. For the sake of everyone in your household, definitely don’t push the expiration date!

Once you’ve completed the boiling and oddly satisfying cracking and peeling of your eggs, you are off to the races!

First up in our video: The Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs. What came first, the wings or the egg? We’re helping you avoid the calories and cholesterol that come with chicken wings by providing you with the same great blue-cheese-dipping-sauce taste in the form of deviled eggs! Not only is the flavor great, but you can usually expect to have the ingredients already hanging out in the fridge for an easy weekday recipe done in a flash! We used a piping bag to fill our eggs, but you can definitely scoop the filling with a spoon for a more artisanal look!

Next, the Chipotle Deviled Eggs! This recipe brought a mellow smokiness to a side dish classic. Don’t be afraid of the chipotle chilies! They add more flavor than they do heat. If you do need to cool it down, you can add light mayo or low-fat Greek yogurt. Stir together until smooth and fill up your egg halves to enjoy!

Loaded potatoes anyone? Wait, that’s the wrong recipe… but we come pretty close to it with this one! We combined all of your favorite baked potato toppings into this deliciously easy deviled egg recipe. Garnish with bacon pieces, chives, and paprika for a beautiful finish!

Pimento cheese and Mexican deviled eggs round out our video! Both with some cheesy goodness to satisfy our bariatric community and our ketogenic friends!

Which recipes was your favorite? Tag us on social and tell us!


Here’s the recipe for each flavor- each recipe Is for 4 eggs

Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs

2 Tbsp Lite sour cream or plain Greek Yogurt

1 tsp dijon mustard

1 Tbsp hot sauce

1/4 cup crumbled blue cheese

Mix all Ingredients together and top with blue cheese crumbles and hot sauce.

Salt and pepper to taste.

Chipotle Deviled Eggs

4 Tbsp Lite mayo

1 tsp canned chipotle peppers

10 Cilantro leaves

Mix all Ingredients together and top with extra cilantro leaves

Sour Cream, Chive and Bacon Deviled Eggs

2 Tbsp lite mayo

2 Tbsp lite sour cream

1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese

1 tsp Dijon mustard

3 slices crumble bacon (1-2 pieces for the mixture then the rest to top the eggs)

1 Tbsp freshly chopped chives

Mix all Ingredients together and top with bacon, extra chives and paprika

Pimento Cheese Deviled Eggs

4 Tbsp lite mayo

1 tsp lemon juice

1 Tbsp pimento peppers

2 Tbsp shredded cheddar cheese

1/2 tsp Dijon mustard

Mix all Ingredient together and sprinkle with cheddar cheese

Mexican Deviled Eggs

2 Tbsp lite mayo

1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese

2 Tbsp lite sour cream

1 tsp taco seasoning

1 tsp chopped chives

Mix all Ingredients together and top with extra chives

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