Deviled eggs aren't as much a party snack as they are friend-makers and crowd pleasers. I'll be darned if the most popular person at every potluck isn't the one who brought the deviled eggs. Deviled eggs are so well received by party-goers that stores now carry special travel cases to ensure that these homemade morsels arrive to their destination unscathed—heaven forbid we lose a single egg to a surprise pothole or a wayward sidewalk crack! So, without further adieu, in the name of popularity and National Deviled Egg Day I bring you four devilish dishes from some of the coolest bloggers on the block.
Hey! Who you callin' a shrimp! These bite-sized wonders from Helen's Cooking may be small, but they pack a major punch with their solid flavor combos. Earthy basil, tangy mustard and fresh shrimp add a variety of tastes and textures to this singular dish, making an instant hit at parties, picnics and social events.
Getting a gaggle of gals together before the holidays? This next recipe is for you! Blondie's Cakes' She Deviled Eggs adds a feisty touch to your standard deviled egg recipe. Punchy beet juice lends its unmistakable flavor and color to these savory snacks, making them a pretty party treat for a night of cocktails and devilish conversation.
Everything is better with cheddar, and no one knows this more than the cheese-minded genius behind Stirring the Pot. Open wide for a cheese surprise, because these Bacon and Cheddar Deviled Eggs are about to change the way you think about the party staple.
Here at Celebrations we truly believe that every day is a party and no occasion is too small to celebrate. While no every even can be a full-on galla, sometimes it can be just as fun to throw a party of one, and enjoy the festivities—whatever they may be, alone in your cubicle, your bedroom or your car. Celebrate singularity with this tempting recipe from the superbly savvy Poor Girl Eats Well. A Deviled Egg Sandwich takes all the tastiness of your favorite finger food and puts it between two slices of bread, for a quick and satisfying snack without breaking out the cocktail napkins.